Several hundred demonstrators gathered Friday lunchtime on the UC Berkeley campus to protest the newly inaugurated President of the United States.
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Berkeley is approaching a major, although only dimly visible, financial crisis. To pile another $100 million of debt onto this grim situation without first reforming basic budgeting and policy practices would be irresponsible.
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[Sponsored]: The fifth annual Berkeley Restaurant Week kicks off today, with special-value lunch and dinner menus through Sunday, Jan. 29 at Berkeley restaurants across the city.
We provide a travel guide to the movement, from the banging of pots and the Ghostlight Project through an anti-inauguration Blue Ball and three Women’s Marches.
The rodents are nesting on car engines, invading attics and moving into basements and crawl spaces, pushing exterminator bills to thousands of dollars.
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Homeless activists held a vigil Tuesday for Laura Jadwin who was found dead under a tree on an empty property in downtown Berkeley.
The idea of modular housing units built to house those without homes is set to be considered by the City Council Jan. 24.
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The new shelter has storage space, bike racks and takes dogs. Berkeleyside spoke to some of its clients, as well as to others who won’t use shelters.