“The collective knees on so many necks have finally given way,” Councilmember Ben Bartlett said during the meeting, recounting his childhood with Black Panthers, and the Rodney King riots.
The request came Sunday night as protests were happening simultaneously in a number of East Bay cities. The advisory was rescinded around 5 a.m.
BUSD turned to issues specifically affecting black students and their families in a virtual town hall on Tuesday evening, hearing from over 100 community members.
The grant will allow the organizations to expand distribution sites and help fulfill increased need for food-insecure residents during the pandemic.
The lab is under construction in a Second Street warehouse. It will open in June.
The Whole Foods press office said all stores will be open tomorrow, but will the workers be there?
City workers also knocked on tents and talked to people to hand out 560 kits with hand sanitizer and information about COVID-19.
John Krause spent 11 years in and out of Bay Area prisons before founding his East Bay-based coffee company, which gives second chances to former inmates.
The 40-year-old Capoeira Foundation has brought thousands to Berkeley and now hopes to own its home.
Consumers should reduce and reuse — before recycling. Also, avoid “wish-cycling” low-quality items in hopes they’ll be processed abroad.
Find out where to get Fremont’s best Afghani kebabs, kettle-fried falafel, chana bhatura, tacos, xiao long bao and so much more.
The small hotel is slated to open at an intersection near North Berkeley BART after stalled planning and a recession left the site vacant for more than 10 years.
Those in the Concert Career Pathways program spend nine months learning every aspect of concert promotion.
The hybrid restaurant, market and bakery on Piedmont Avenue will shutter after less than one year in business.
The first woman of color to be president of the League of Women Voters for Berkeley, Albany and Emeryville, which offers nonpartisan election resources and organizes candidate debates, is also the youngest.
A local medical professor is behind a new creative hub in South Berkeley whose mission is to support artists and enrich young people’s lives.