The award, to be given at the Northern California Book Awards, celebrates a six-decade career that includes writing and teaching works of feminist theory, personal memoir and elegy.
The annual fundraising event this year honored a diverse group of nearly 30 Bay Area authors who are seen to enrich and enliven the local community.
Berkeley leaders past and present reflect on the impact of a legendary politician.
On the 49th anniversary of the largest protest marches Berkeley has likely ever seen, Tom Dalzell recalls a day when Berkeley demonstrated "moral outrage" in abundance.
The owner, Ken Sarachan, has enlisted a developer and a sign announcing construction has gone up on the property at Telegraph Avenue and Haste Street.
A new app brings the storied past of Telegraph Avenue to life with eyewitness accounts and photos of events going back 70 years.
Crate & Barrel on Fourth will close after 30 years but plans to reopen nearby; Mad Monk has shuttered after 2 on Telegraph. Newly opened: Braid Bar & Beauty, Hands-On! and Uchi
Dorothy Bryant, who was honored by the Berkeley City Council in 2017, died Dec. 21 from complications related to cancer.
Glimpses of the magnificent sculptures and metal pieces can still be glimpsed around Berkeley.
Women and families without permanent housing can eat and relax at the Women's Daytime Drop-in Center and escape from some of the stresses of the street.
Councilman Worthington is pushing a Telegraph Avenue property owner to build the project he's been promising, including affordable units, or pay more than $640,000 to the city.
As Cal students return to campus, we visit the avenue which has visibly changed in the past year. Local merchants, and the TBID that represents them, say more positive transformations are on the way.