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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.
The shop will be the San Francisco ice cream brand’s first location in Berkeley and will offer exclusive flavors made with locally sourced ingredients.
The California Department of Education said BUSD underplayed the extent to which a student was being harassed, misclassifying the taunts she received as bullying rather than sexual harassment.
Because it’s such a rare sight it’s always worth taking note when our local hills see some of the white stuff.
The Berkeley theater company’s new artistic director is an internal appointment who says his life’s work is to share the unique and visceral power of live theater with other people.
Berkeley’s Public Works Department has come up with various options for a redesign of Milvia Street, from Hearst Avenue to Blake Street, to make it safer for bicyclists and others traveling through downtown.
Owner Anwen Cai Baumeister introduces elements of her Chinese cultural background to the Temescal wellness café.
This dark August Strindberg play, well-directed by Barbara Damashek, is riveting in parts and upsetting in others.