Petition all you want, Bill Maher will speak in Berkeley (Vanity Fair)
To fill spiritual role, congregation takes two-for-one deal (J Weekly)
BART death was 19-year old international Cal student (Daily Cal)
Black students stage protest against police killings at Cal café (Daily Cal)
Building with a purpose: Q & A with Dean Rich Lyon (Haas Now)
How to privatize the post office, piece by piece (Black Agenda Report)
It's all happening in Alameda with openings galore; while Downtown Wine Merchants and Homeroom To Go have launched in Oakland.
Many people in Berkeley wonder how the city decides which streets to repair. Why is this street full of potholes untouched, while that street over there that feels pretty smooth gets a fresh coat of slurry?
The long-running saga of philanthropist and Lotus founder Mitch Kapor’s attempt to build a new home in North Berkeley landed at the California Supreme Court in Los Angeles on Tuesday this week.
HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING Thanksgiving is behind us, and the winter holidays are just around the corner. Downtown Berkeley is kicking off the season with its third annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration. It’s exactly what it sounds like — plus baked goods, holiday crafts for kids, and live music from the Berkeley Chamber Singers. Gather at the downtown BART Plaza on Friday, Dec. 5 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m to participate. Check in on Yelp for a free gift. Berkeleyside is a sponsor of the event. (more…)
How come my street isn’t getting fixed?
© Berkeleyside All Rights Reserved.