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A temporary restraining order buys the "Here There" camp one more week, but its neighbor camp on the same plot of land could be evicted tonight.
Doyle writes about people who disappear, fathers who desert their children, divorce, and homelessness in stories set in San Francisco and Berkeley.
While teaching high school world history, Cynthia Stokes Brown developed a passion for helping others understand history.
In 1917, Winehaven produced 12 million gallons of wine a year. It shut down after Prohibition and the U.S. Navy took over during WW2. Now wine is back at Winehaven after 98 years.
Accessory Dwelling Units are a grassroots solution to our housing affordability crisis. Berkeley now needs to create new models of housing policy to accommodate them.
The South Berkeley branch's name was changed in 2015, but the signage was only just installed this month.
The Bay Area Rapid Transit District has put two South Berkeley homeless camps on notice that it's time to go.
Republican political strategist and #NeverTrumper Rick Wilson and I disagree on most things politically, but I am looking forward to hearing him at Uncharted, and I have questions.
Here's what to look forward to at Berkeleyside's fifth annual Uncharted festival — from speakers through comedy, music, good coffee and, of course, a party.