Refurbished Julia Morgan Hall reopens as Botanical Garden showcase (UCB News)
Mutual aid agreement draws debate (CoCo Times)
Election season: Ballot Measures of Berkeley (Daily Clog)
Video: Epic rap battle of Berkeley: Profs. Denero vs. Hilfinger (NoBigDeal)
Spooky places in Berkeley that you should haunt this Halloween (Daily Clog)
Sanctuary Bistro: The ascent of the eggless soufflé (The Monthly)
UC Berkeley Muslim students plan to block Maher (Breitbart)
Daily Cal Berkeley election endorsements (Daily Cal)
Berkeley calls today “Berkeley Patients Group Day” (Express)
Art Review: John Zurier at Berkeley Art Museum (SFGate)
Berkeley: “Queerness and Games” con targets homophobia, stereotypes (California)
The country's first "cat café" opens in Oakland, as does new soul food joint Zella's and Woods brewery, and Boss Burgers is coming to Albany.
Slow restaurant is missed, but in its place comes a pie shop -- one that promises good coffee and wine and beer too down the road.
For a pianist who’s been at the center of several musical revolutions, Katrina Krimsky keeps a pretty low profile. Since returning to San Francisco in 2001 after two decades in Zurich she’s performed at house concerts and benefits, often collaborating with her former Mills College student Barbara Higbie. But considering her near-legendary status as an interpreter and muse for disparate composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen, Terry Riley, and Woody Shaw, Krimsky has mostly avoided the spotlight. This makes her rare public recital Sunday at R. Kassman Fine Pianos on Gilman Street a particularly welcome development.
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