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As self-testing becomes more common, the Berkeley health officer said the data is a useful tool in monitoring COVID-19 in the general population.
Dave Malloy’s ingenious a capella chamber opera about an internet addict support group pierces a stake into the heart of the net, song by glorious song.
There are real needs for maintenance and improvement in the park but the city’s plan in its current iteration will not solve those financial problems.
Hundreds of fans of the Seattle bakery lined up for unique piroshki this week, but after many left hungry, Piroshky Piroshky planned an encore performance.
Students and faculty are rallying against class cuts at a time when enrollment has fallen steeply but state funding still flows at pre-pandemic levels.
Berkeley resident Aamina Ahmad’s stunning debut novel, The Return of Faraz Ali, follows a police detective assigned to cover up the death of a young girl.
Roy West, a fan of Alice Waters and Chez Panisse, found LA’s Lulu wanting when compared to local legends like César.
The Pulitzer Prize winning author was disinvited to the Bay Area Book Festival for her endorsement of a controversial author, who espouses antisemitic conspiracy rhetoric.
The district attorney’s office has charged Lamar Bursey with two felony counts of making criminal threats against staff members.
What’s on the primary ballot, how to register and vote, info on candidates for local offices and much more.
Despite the settlement, the owners of the tony Oaxacan restaurant claim they were not at fault.