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.
Over 200 local, national and international authors will head to downtown Berkeley for the Bay Area Book Festival on June 3-4, which includes a street fair and kids' activities.
'Woman No. 17' is set in the luxurious Hollywood Hills, a far cry from the setting of Lepucki's dystopian novel, 'California.'
Marissa Moss has written a moving and compelling graphic book about love, illness, death and loss.
In Void Star, Zachary Mason draws from his professional work to create a vivid future world altered by climate change, social inequality, and longevity extension,
George Lakoff believes Democrats are relying on the use of logic to convert voters rather than appealing to people's worldviews, or unconscious beliefs. That's a losing strategy.
Alice Waters describes Carrie Glenn's aesthetic influence Chez Panisse as "impossible to measure" and her new children's book, 'Clever Cybèle' as "utterly charming."
Little Free Library is an international organization that started in 2009 and there are dozens of its little libraries in Berkeley. There are also quite a few unofficial ones.