The city has announced that first-dose vaccination appointments are available April 13-16 for Berkeley or Alameda County residents who are at least 16 years old as well as others.
Que Rico, from the owner of La Frontera Mexican Restaurant, will host outdoor happy hours on a rainbow-lit parklet, drag brunches and Latinx-focused club nights.
The Oakland mass vaccination operation will not close. Meanwhile, Governor Newsom announced California will say goodbye to colored COVID-19 tiers.
BART and Berkeley should create a development that is scaled to fit in with the surrounding residential neighborhood and aims to be 100% affordable.
Workers voted on March 9 to join a union in order to address what they consider a lack of COVID-19 safety controls.
There are hints that a local entity may take over from a federal agency, but nothing concrete.
The Sunday market features local Black and brown-owned farm stands, food vendors and other small businesses.
Also a Navy pilot and man of many languages, George Kreshka left us for another performance on March 9, 2021, at the age of 97.
A subcommittee of the Commission on Civic Privacy has recommended that the practice of displaying easily readable license plates should be discouraged on Berkeley city streets.
During the pandemic, many of us have turned to Charles Fleming’s book about the old Key Route stairways and relished the adventures they offer in numbing times.
Alameda County expects to enter the less restrictive reopening tier this week, but some publicans say the inhibition-dropping effects of alcohol are giving them pause to reopen.
Jenny Wong, Berkeley’s city auditor, talks about growing up as an immigrant and the anti-Asian hate her family experienced.
The city can develop housing in order to reduce rents and displacement, make homeownership more attainable, and end epidemic levels of homelessness.
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Social housing ensures that people of all income levels — including teachers, artists, activists, students, and working families — have access to dignified stable housing.
Kate Pope, 91, was also cheered by the vaccine helpers who are volunteering their time.