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Successful in his many pursuits, Michael Fuss’s greatest love was for his three children, whether building them a treehouse or imparting in them the joy of reading.
Miriam Klein Stahl is one of three artists whose designs promoting reproductive rights could appear on special California license plates.
Monday’s community Q&A with BPD touched on militarization, staffing, traffic violations, the budget, political protests, policy changes and more. Berkeleyside broadcast live.
Expect handblended herbal teas, house-made golden milk, reishi roast “coffee,” and nourishing eats at this new café on Telegraph Avenue.
Berkeley talks about helping the homeless but it seems beyond the city’s ability to provide a modicum of dignity to its residents who have the least.
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About 100 South Berkeley residents showed up to a town hall organized by Councilman Ben Bartlett to discuss a homeless activist encampment and its demands for a portable bathroom.
Tree houses, while invariably transient, are special, a good and safe place to be, shelter from the storm, autonomy from the adult world. Here are a selection in Berkeley.