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The class action lawsuit alleges Gordo owners engaged in wage theft and other labor-related improprieties. The owners have settled the case, but dispute the claims brought against them.
Neighbors and customers of a nearby family-owned coffee shop lost a battle in 2014 to prevent the opening of this Starbucks. The indy business shuttered, and now the Starbucks will too.
Those in the Concert Career Pathways program spend nine months learning every aspect of concert promotion.
Randy Shaw argues more apartment complexes must be built in neighborhoods like the Elmwood and Thousand Oaks to ensure teachers and nurses can afford to live here. He will talk at Books Inc. on Thursday.
Beckles was buoyed on Monday by an endorsement from Sen. Bernie Sanders. The Richmond councilwoman has staked out positions on the left of the Democratic spectrum.
The independent senator from Vermont did not endorse AD15 Candidate Jovanka Beckles, although she was one of the few politicians to sit on the stage behind him.
She has been a successful attorney, giving her the skill set to balance being be a fierce advocate and a collaborative partner with City Council colleagues.
Despite the increases in minimum wage since January last year, a significant number of restaurants have opened, and fewer closes, suggesting that the hike does not prevent restaurants succeeding.
I believe building market-rate housing will not solve the affordability crisis, that Berkeley must seek higher percentages of affordable housing and that state law should not nullify local zoning.
Two former Berkeley mayors and seven current and former City Council members believe Droste is the best qualified candidate.
The city's new minimum wage is meant to benefit low-wage workers, but some local restaurant owners say it'll mean higher menu prices, shorter business hours and more closures.
Lori Droste made an attempt to lower the rate and postpone the increases which is why the authors support Mary Kay Lacey for District 8.