Berkeleyside reporters and photographers were on scene at Telegraph Avenue and Bancroft Way prior for a protest and appearance by Milo Yiannopoulos and supporters.
In an interview with Berkeleyside, the provocateur seemed calm and ready to march through campus to confront his opponents.
The former intelligence analyst who went to jail for leaking classified documents, told the crowd that people, not institutions, hold the real power.
Three days after police put out an alert about a probationer with a history of bizarre interactions with children, a local mother had her own troubling experience with him.
Hundreds of people marched in Berkeley and Oakland on Saturday to express their opposition to white supremacy and fascism.
Milo Yiannopoulos said Saturday morning he would share news "in an emergency Facebook Live press conference shortly."
The student group that had hoped to bring four days of speakers to the Cal campus has withdrawn its support for the event.
A representative for the student group denied cancellation rumors, but uncertainty still surrounds the events.
Familiar favorites, novel bites and playful presentations make up the new full-service menu at Kyle Itani's ramen spot.
Bernard Maybeck is known for shingled Arts and Crafts houses, not Mediterranean villas. But he designed this Berkeley Hills stunner for a divorced New York socialite in 1921.
Calling the Milo Yiannopoulos show "Free Speech Week" is language appropriation. Repeating that lie works against us.
After Charlottesville, veteran teacher Hasmig Minassian decided to scrap her regular lesson plans and develop something entirely new.
Berkeley firefighters and police were called to a working structure fire in an apartment building just before 5 a.m.