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Berkeley’s solution to the “shuffle” of drivers moving their cars every two hours is getting pushback from some businesses and residents.
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Annie, “queen of the Campanile,” hasn’t ruled out a new life with the rival male peregrine that injured Grinnell, her longtime mate, last month.
A new Berkeley pizza spot with a Cal-Italian pedigree offers dine-in service and a sweet back patio.
The first three months of reopening have also brought challenges dealing with safety requirements and COVID-related scheduling changes.
Rubin, 64, was a past president of the Association of Family Therapists of Northern California.
From Fat Gold olive oils to Wright & Brown rum, there’s an East Bay gift for everyone in the 2021 Nosh gift guide.
Seabreeze Market and Deli has been serving its loyal fans for decades, but a multimillion-dollar park improvement project could close it for good.
The work began months ago when a curator at Cal’s Magnes collection was contacted by the vice president’s staff: Was there something in the collection that would be appropriate to hang in the vice president’s mansion?
Created by actress Beth Wilmurt, ‘The Cassandra Sessions: Recording This World’ premieres on the Ashby Stage Dec. 2-26.
The agreement would see the city reap the economic benefits of Bayer’s growing operations, as well as a commitment from the global life science company to invest $33.1M in the community.