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The Northern California chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists recognized Berkeleyside’s 2020 Nosh coverage, feature reporting and longform storytelling.
The new editor-in-chief will lead our pioneering nonprofit newsroom to new heights in its second decade.
Cityside, parent to Berkeleyside and The Oaklandside, was recognized for its journalism and the vision and principles it has built for its role in the communities it serves.
Most places in the world have a genius or two. Berkeley is thick with them, and people who live here get to witness all the ways genius can play out, and be recognized — or not.
After 2016, all the jokes about kooky liberals left a bitter taste. The truth is: Berkeley is Finland with sunshine, unrelenting in its commitment to justice, community and thrift.
In 1998, Michael Lewis wondered where in the world he and his wife could live where he would find things in driving distance worth writing books about. They landed in Berkeley.
The deadline for all election-related op-eds was Oct. 7. Berkeleyside will publish up to two for each side.
The Oaklandside is the first launch for Cityside, the newly formed nonprofit that is also parent to Berkeleyside.
Cityside will be the parent nonprofit for Berkeleyside and The Oaklandside.
Berkeleyside reporter Orenstein joining the Oakland newsroom brings the total number of staff there to seven.
Jacob Simas, Ashley McBride and Ricky Rodas are hitting the ground running reporting on COVID-19 Oakland news ahead of the launch of our standalone Oakland newsroom.