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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.
Jered’s Pottery hosts its third annual “food-meets-performance-art triathlon,” bringing together local chefs and artists to complement and enhance each other’s disciplines.
City staff say there are too many referred projects designed to ease Berkeley’s housing affordability crisis, and priorities need to be set.
Increasing fees on market-rate housing makes won’t produce more affordable housing; it will only make housing more expensive for everyone.
Zoning laws in Berkeley have been used historically to exclude African Americans and other populations from certain parts of the city. For equity’s sake, they must be changed.
Don your critical thinking caps and check your assumptions at the door: A new BHS class offers a deep dive into the justice system. And diverse views are welcome.
It is not true that asking developers to pay higher fees will kill their incentive to build. Just look at all the cranes out there.
The Jacquet family is an only-in-Berkeley family, a Frenchman running a popular restaurant and the daughter of Quirky Berkeley royalty, and their home is the proof.