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Car stops in Berkeley net 2 power saws; men charged in gun case, grand theft
Two men were charged this week after police found reciprocating saws, which are often linked to catalytic converter theft, in ...
Opinion: For fire safety reasons, the sidewalk in front of the former Hillside School in Berkeley must remain open
A private property owner now controls this vital evacuation route and Berkeley should ensure that he be required to keep it ...
Mike Zint, vocal defender of homeless rights, dies
Michael “Mike” Zint, an outspoken activist whose “Poor Tour” around Berkeley thrust the plight of homeless people in city ...
Big Screen Berkeley: ‘Beanpole’ reminds us that war doesn’t end when the guns fall silent
Previously serving near the front as an anti-aircraft gunner but mustered out of the service after suffering a concussion — ...
Central Works ‘The Human Ounce’ explores the dilemma of separating artists from their art
When a famous 19th-century artist is discovered to have an unsavory history, two friends and colleagues have a difference of ...
Doña is bigger, faster, less buttoned-up than Doña Tomás, and that’s a good thing
Too easily, one could express dismay over Dona Savitsky’s decision last summer to shutter her beloved 20-year-old Temescal ...
Opinion: Who’s right? BUSD vs. Berkeleyside over closing school gates to the media
It pained us lovers of the First Amendment to see Berkeleyside reporter Natalie Orenstein ousted from the Berkeley High ...
Watch: Berkeley mayor announces ‘first in the state’ housing policy
On Thursday afternoon, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and housing advocates are announcing what they have described as a ...
Glenn Yasuda, who made Berkeley Bowl internationally known for its excellent produce, dies at 85
Berkeley Bowl, lauded for its seemingly endless varieties of fruits and vegetables, is in mourning after losing the man who ...
Remembering Alice Schenker, whose Print Mint on Telegraph Avenue sparked the 1960s poster revolution
Alice Schenker died at age 88 earlier this month. Alice and her late husband Don opened the Print Mint inside Moe’s Books on ...
Opinion: People’s Park is Berkeley’s most famous landmark and provides badly needed open space
Berkeley is one of the most densely populated cities in California and open space is needed, particularly in the crowded ...
Bites: Black Vines celebrates California’s black vintners; Calabash; Tacos Super Monilla
A TOAST TO DIVERSITY Black Vines founder Fern Stroud says her “life work is to bridge the gap between business, art and ...