Reid Soskin, 96, who co-founded Reid's Records in Berkeley, has just published 'Sign My Name to Freedom,' a memoir that recounts her many amazing experiences.
A small volunteer group is building a radio communications network so Berkleley neighborhoods can communicate during emergencies when the power grid and internet are down.
Ellsberg, famous for releasing the Pentagon Papers, is still speaking truth to power. He will be at two upcoming Berkeley events: Sunday at Cal and Feb. 1 at King Middle School.
What does "transparent pricing" mean? What is "strategic pricing"? Why do some listing prices go up, even during the bidding process? We provide some answers.
Youth Spirit Artworks is attempting to build two small tiny house youth villages, with a total of 25 residences that will be built by the youth themselves.
A modernist home influenced by the Bauhaus tradition is up for sale for the first time. Architect Donald Olsen built this house as a demonstration project, and his own residence.
A Julia Morgan house with deep connections to Cal is being sold by the family of Willa Baum, who directed the Bancroft Library's Regional Oral History Office.
Two of the city's oldest houses, now painted in vibrant New Orleans colors and located in South Berkeley, are on the market after a loving restoration.
A breathtaking house designed by Berkeley architect John Hans Ostwald in 1958 is now on the market for the first time, with an asking price $2.375 million.
This West Berkeley condominium combines exotic woods with steel and glass to create a space that maximizes views of San Francisco Bay, Mt. Tam. and the city.
The two-hour rally, march and sit-in was put on by a diverse coalition of 30 groups. A security detail blocked right-wing news operations from entering the rally area.
Bernard Maybeck is known for shingled Arts and Crafts houses, not Mediterranean villas. But he designed this Berkeley Hills stunner for a divorced New York socialite in 1921.