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.
While teaching high school world history, Cynthia Stokes Brown developed a passion for helping others understand history.
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.
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.
To prompt Berkeley and its residents to pay more attention to the inhumane treatment of animals, one Cal student ran onto the football field with a stuffed pig.
Blake Garden, owned by the UC system, is a beautiful public resource. But many working people cannot benefit from it since the garden is only open one weekend a year.
South Asians first came to California in 1850. Many who settled in Berkeley over the next 150 years became activists for various causes.
Take part in a five-minute earthquake drill wherever you are Oct. 19 and start the process of preparing for a disaster.
George T. Farrell worked as a U.S. Forest Service entomologist for his entire career, conducting important research on the impact of beetle infestations on Western forests.
Carmen Moreno de Aponte held several leadership positions in the Venezuelan government, notably in the areas of finance, development, and tourism.
We are nervous. We know what is happening in the North Bay will happen here and yet there is only so much we can do to protect ourselves from these fires.