The Chez Panisse founder will read from her memoir, speak in conversation with Steve Wasserman and sign copies of her new memoir.
It's Labor Day weekend. If you have time to read, check out these books by Berkeley authors or with Berkeley themes.
Debby Goldsberry, who co-founded one of Berkeley's first medical cannabis dispensaries, has written a book on how to start and run a marijuana business.
Jesse Kellerman has set his new book, which he wrote with his father, in Berkeley. It features a deputy sheriff working for the coroner's bureau.
The Berkeley radio station interpreted the tweets as offensive to Muslims, but the British scientist insists they are not.
The newly established Simpson Family Literary Prize is going to T. Geronimo Johnson, a Berkeley author.
There is no shortage of great books with a Berkeley theme to pick up this summer.
The two women who went to the Supreme Court to defeat Prop. 8 have a new joint memoir that discusses their lives and the legal battle.
One customer devastated to hear news of the impending closure is author Michael Chabon who said, "Dark Carnival's stock-in-trade has fed my work and my imagination."
Inspired by Thomas Frank’s 2004 bestseller, 'What’s the Matter with Kansas,' Cal sociologist Arlie Hochschild set out to understand the paradox that underlies the right-left split.