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Police are asking city officials to toss out a 1997 rule against the use of pepper spray during demonstrations so they can avoid using tools like tear gas and smoke.
Two years and two lawsuits after an application was made to build new housing in southwest Berkeley, City Council has approved the project after a judge ruled it had to.
Songs and progressive ideas from Dar Williams, Euripides in Tilden, Algerian Berber music, an artistic dive into New York, and the Solano Stroll. Quite a weekend.
The animals were airlifted in advance of Hurricane Irma making landfall in order to create space for the animals likely to be displaced by the storm.
A closed perimeter around Zellerbach, extensive parking restrictions and more have been announced by UC Berkeley in advance of Ben Shapiro's talk Thursday.
Traditional ingredients and familiar flavors mingle in innovative and often unexpected ways at this new izakaya in Uptown Oakland.
A corporate push to de-emphasize books and stress digital learning and community spaces is at the heart of the problems roiling Berkeley's public library.
Known as "the premiere vocal coach in the Bay Area," Raz Kennedy headlines his first concert in more than three decades Saturday at Freight & Salvage.