Bill Maher to give keynote at Cal’s December graduation (Daily Cal)
Details emerge at preliminary hearing on city’s first homicide of 2014 (Daily Cal)
Habitot Children’s Museum seeks record for world’s largest playdough ball (CoCo Times)
Bancroft exhibit showcases oil paintings made about California (UCB News)
Hip-Hop author Jeff Chang explores race in new book (SF Chronicle)
Berkeley group speaks out for legal services for unaccompanied minors (CoCo Times)
Guide to pumpkin-flavored everything in Berkeley (Eating Berkeley)
Your daily delivery of fresh East Bay food news.
Three seats on the Berkeley Unified school board are being contested by five candidates in this year’s election. Three of the candidates — Josh Daniels, Karen Hemphill and Julie Sinai — are incumbents on the board (although Sinai was appointed, not elected, following the resignation of Leah Wilson). Ty Alper and Norma Harrison are the two non-incumbents running for the board.
‘We should just open up a grass-fed burger place, raise all the cattle, and call it a day.’ And thus it came to pass. Farm Burger opens in Berkeley next month.
When homemade honey grahams meet the unexpected but delectable flavor of rosehips, delicious things happen.
The Alameda County Registrar of Voters has sent out 27,000 postcards to Berkeley voters informing them that the date of the election printed on their mail-in ballots is wrong. The date reads Nov. 5, when of course the actual date is Nov. 4.
Big outside money is playing a large role in California legislative races this year, and the East Bay is not immune to the trend.
Know where this is? Take a guess and let us know in the Comments.
© Berkeleyside All Rights Reserved.