Let us linger on objects in Berkeley belonging, or appropriate to, a period other than today, especially an object that is conspicuously old-fashioned. Know of others? Give us a shout.
One of Berkeley's few remaining black-owned businesses lasted through decades of ups and downs and outlived megastore competitors, but it couldn’t beat the impact of technology and gentrification.
Long before she was a 2020 presidential contender, Kamala Harris was a resident of the Berkeley flats and a student at Thousand Oaks.
SLATE pre-dated the Free Speech and anti-Vietnam War movements. Its members protested racial discrimination by holding 'shop-ins' at Lucky's supermarket on Telegraph Avenue.
The Italian stone pine tree was removed during an eight-hour operation Monday.
The Post Office has issued a postmark to celebrate Berkeley's rich history of music recording, including at Fantasy Studios, and will hold a celebration downtown Saturday.
Neighbors gathered Thursday to mourn perhaps the oldest resident on Russell Street.
50 years ago Berkeley voluntarily integrated its schools. Even back then the district recognized that newly diverse classrooms demanded a diverse teaching force. In Part 3 of our deep dive we look at the situation today.
While the universal ninth grade is new, efforts to “redesign” Berkeley High in the name of equity are not. In a special three-part series, Berkeleyside examines the then and now.
Berkeley Unified made history by voluntarily integrating its schools 50 years ago this fall. In a special three-part series, Berkeleyside explores that history and its legacy in a very different present-day Berkeley.
About 100 people came to a community meeting Thursday to call for affordable housing development and the preservation of the Berkeley flea market.
Berkeley leaders past and present reflect on the impact of a legendary politician.
A collective of Bay Area video makers called TVTV ushered in the era of handheld cameras and on-the-spot interviews. Their 1970s work will soon be publicly available at BAMPFA.