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New regulations allow Berkeley property owners to start community gardens, grow produce for sale or donation, and lead farming workshops without the need for permits.
Three years after promising to provide lockers for homeless people to store their belongings, Berkeley has moved ahead with the program for a fraction of the original cost.
Mayor Arreguín and some members of the City Council are focused on hemming in law enforcement rather than reducing crime. They should do an about face and make Berkeley safer.
“We have a saying: Without music, there’s no party,” says percussionist Erico Minaya, a founding member of Lima’s La Patronal, which performs at Ashkenaz on Thursday.
Greg wants to help families come out of poverty by building housing all along the economic spectrum. Ensuring that Berkeley remains a welcoming place for all is his priority.
Tom Dalzell talks to the activist and writer who lived in Berkeley at an extraordinary time and was fully engaged in a series of history-changing movements.