Even though the City Council passed a resolution calling for the installation of traffic lights or a stop sign, city staff is recommending 'a halfway measure" which is less safe.
Public land should not be transferred to private use. Berkeley should work at the state and regional level to find solutions for RV dwellers.
In this illustrated interview, we learn about building community through cheese bread from the owner of Brazilian Breads, which is at 1707 Solano Ave. in Berkeley.
Prices are going up for plates and utensils made in China, which might make them too expensive to use.
Opinion: Cal campus provides improvement to call center, benefitting students and the academic mission
The call center is a key component of our efforts to raise vital funds for programs across the campus, including scholarships, and support Cal's research. We are committed to its success and to our student workers.
These days, Hatice Yildiz harnesses her innate curiosity and attention-to-detail to perfect recipes for baklava, bourek and other sweet and savory Turkish treats.
Federal visa requirements for international students don't allow them to work for private companies off-campus.
Since 2006, we have been due for another major, destructive earthquake along the Hayward Fault. The recent SoCal quakes are just a stark reminder that we need to be ready for it.
When Isaac Lee arrived at UC Berkeley, he was frustrated that there was no music club focused on Korean rap and pop. So he started one.
‘If I can tune up my car, I can take pictures.’ Photographer Cathy Cade on the quiet joys of womanhood
Cathy Cade first witnessed the power of photography during the civil rights movement, as black-and-white portraits of oppression and resistance blazed across the nation.
From June 26 through July 7, the Euro-Mediterranean restaurant in Rockridge will host a traditional Georgian food and wine dinner series.
Selz developed close friendships with some of his generation’s most influential artists—including Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, Sam Francis, and Christo. He also promoted local talent, like Nathan Olivera.
Peregrine falcons have nested on the Campanile for three years running, and this year, thanks to a live webcam and social media, people from around the world watched falcon chicks hatch and learn to fly.
Telegraph Avenue is a lot more "bougie" than when he was growing up, says Rob Richert, who graduated Berkeley High, a reflection of the city's changing demographics.
BrasArte on San Pablo Avenue has been throwing the festival for more than 20 years. About 200 to 300 people attend annually.