Rapping's goal is to groom a generation of public defenders to provide higher quality legal representation to marginalized communities.
The controversial preacher said he came to Berkeley because his staff urged him not to, saying progressives wouldn't listen to him. People did show up, but not in great numbers.
The controversial preacher and Trump supporter is coming to Ground Zero of the American progressive movement with messages both religious and political.
While many Berkeley residents are aware of the danger of earthquakes, few consider that they are at risk for a megafire, which could spread from the hills to the flats in minutes.
About 50 people gathered in South Berkeley to talk about racial discrimination in housing, jobs, schools, and the community.
A new exhibit, "Collection Gems: Forty Years of Documenting Berkeley History." also shows treasures such as an old receipt book from Hink's Department Store.
On Saturday, the owners of a long-closed 'Star Trek' oriented store on Telegraph Avenue hosted a reunion. This is a story with many layers of quirk that shows Berkeley at its best.
The Berkeley Public Schools Fund luncheon on Friday is the biggest fundraiser BUSD schools; it's also traditionally a big celebratory and heartwarming Berkeley community gathering.
At a community event in Berkeley, volunteer fixers revive the practice of repairing rather than discarding — and share a little know-how along the way.
Berkeleyside staff will be at The Vault in South Berkeley on Sunday to hang out with readers and hear your stories and ideas. It's the second session in our new coffee series.
The "Hamilton" star, who came to town this week to support BHS, advised students at his old school to aim for "a rigorous pursuit of being exactly who you are."
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