Cal students, some part of a campus group called Boricuas in Berkeley, are working to provide crisis relief to the island communities who need it most.
This intellectual and political book tells the story of a single, extraordinary life, but also explores in detail original humanity and the modern African diaspora.
Tucked inside Oakland's historic Preservation Park is a hidden gem serving dishes from Brazil and beyond.
Sanctioned encampments are a practical, legal and low-cost strategy to increase shelter for Berkeley’s homeless residents.
'Hale' is a new short documentary film about Hale Zukas, diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a child, who helped make Berkeley the birthplace of the disability rights movement.
As a formerly homeless person it sickens me that housed commenters are so insensitive to the suffering on homeless people and are even demanding civil-rights violations.
Someone killed a cat by recklessly and dangerously speeding in a residential zone, a fact that seems to have been forgotten by many who argue that cats should stay indoors.
Noriko and Takumi Taniguchi tell Nosh why they will be hanging up their aprons and closing their longtime Berkeley restaurant.
Tennis can be an equal opportunity sport. The Friends of BHS Tennis was formed to help the Berkeley school district find a way to restore its tennis courts.
Tonight, Berkeley City Council will discuss three items relating to police accountability. The issue, while seemingly non-controversial, has become a dividing one for Council.
Growing up in North Berkeley, life was rarely dull for Barry Corten, who went on to work at the San Francisco Chronicle and then for many years as a successful real estate agent.
They train to fight. They post their beatings online. And so far, they have little reason to fear the authorities.