This month, 28 new restaurants opened, including Tartine Bakery in Berkeley, Nido's Backyard in Oakland and Mama Lamees in Emeryville; 15 businesses closed.
In his new book, 'Free Speech for Some,' Berkeley lawyer and educator William Turner argues that the Roberts Court is one of the most business-friendly courts ever.
Opinion: Teachers and staff in Berkeley schools are struggling; district should give meaningful raises
The author, who has worked for the District for 24 years, had to pay $920 a month for Kaiser healthcare in 2015, a rate that forced him to get a second job. He supports the union demand for a 12% raise over two years.
Lava Mae has been offering showers in West and South Berkeley since May, but the service has been slow to catch on. That may be changing.
The outage began around 7:30 a.m. Sunday and power was restored by 11 a.m.
Prepare for an 'international wave of sound' on the streets of downtown Berkeley Saturday; also recommended: Kate McGarry and Keith Ganz at California Jazz Conservatory
The green infrastructure project is part of a $4 million effort across the East Bay to clean dirty rainwater.
BPD found multiple bullet casings after shots were fired near San Pablo Park around 7:25 p.m., while UCPD reported an armed robbery Southside later the same night.
After ruckus, business association votes to drop ‘Gourmet Ghetto’ moniker; others say name should stay
The North Shattuck Association is discontinuing the controversial neighborhood nickname, but at a lively community meeting held Thursday, the debate continued.
An enigmatic film that won Best First Feature award at this year’s Frameline festival, and a Swedish movie that proves foreign filmmakers make formulaic movies too.
'We Are La Cocina' features 40 chefs who've participated in the celebrated food incubator program and their recipes, including a Cambodian chicken salad from Nite Yun of Nyum Bai, shared here.
Opinion: Why is a black resident in Berkeley 13 times more likely to be unhoused than a white person?
Discriminatory policies play a role and Berkeley should examine its policies to make sure they don't contribute to this injustice.
In this production under the stars of "the Scottish play" the sword action is exciting, the witches are scary and there is enough blood shed to reinforce the theatrically of the work.