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In messages emailed to families, Brent Stephens and Erin Schweng tried to convey that they’re taking action in response to days of unrest and student demands.
The city of Berkeley is moving ahead with a plan to grant three-month renewable permits to 25 RV dwellers so they can stay overnight at certain municipal parking lots once the program is up and running.
An El Sobrante man was charged this week with sexually assaulting an unconscious woman last year near the Golden Gate Fields racetrack where he worked, authorities report.
Everyone needs a good lawyer. But Shylock, one of Shakespeare’s most historically fraught villains, is a special case. On Sunday, Berkeley Law takes over the Freight to give the old usurer another shot at justice.
The tangy citrus flavor in this light, vibrant cake is balanced with warm vanilla and toasty poppy seeds.
As founders of BHS Stop Harassing, we call for more prevention education on campus and a full-time Title IX coordinator specifically for Berkeley High.
This Italian film is about a Cosa Nostra loyalist who willingly assassinates his enemies, only to turn on the Italian Mafia when his two young sons disappear.
Georgia was a co-founder of the National Coalition for Independent Scholars and made a number of films. She loved walking her dog on the fire trail in Strawberry Canyon.
A meeting to gather input on Cal’s plans to create up to 1,200 beds for students at the Southside park drew some curious community members, a few students and also protesters who oppose construction on the historic site.