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New information released by the state shows how the Library Gardens balcony builders made deadly departures from the design specifications.
A packed weekend, with the book festival, Pints for Paws, dance, free Dvorak performances, photographs of undocumented youth, more.
Police hope new outreach will help find a missing woman with Down syndrome who was last seen in 2005 in her sister's apartment.
The Solano Avenue green space will do double duty as a parklet and a bus stop. This, plus more East Bay food news in this week's Bites.
We visited five shops in Berkeley and Oakland serving up some of the East Bay’s best donuts.
A bomb threat sent to campus printers in May was determined not to be credible. It is one of several offensive messages to pop out of printers and fax machines at Cal recently.
Jacquelyn McCormick's response to my opinion piece about homelessness in Berkeley offers itself as a counterpoint to my remarks. In fact, it misses the point entirely.
If you have a thing for that mid-century-modern vibe, check out these homes slated to be open for viewing this weekend.
Assembly Bill AB 1506 ( which has been withdrawn) was sponsored by Assembly persons from Santa Monica. This article was written before it was withdrawn but I thought the information would be useful to those interested in the effects of rent control without Costa Hawkins.
On Saturday, UnderCover Presents marks the 50th anniversary Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band at the UC Theatre. We spoke to the event's director, Joe Bagale.