UC Berkeley students Danielle Egan and Saumya Goyal launched Connect-In-Place and were overwhelmed by the response they received.
In 2005, city officials worked out a back-room deal with Cal. That can’t happen again.
Pierre Robinson and his son Dmir, both entrepreneurs, have joined forces to promote generational wealth in Black and brown communities.
Some of Oakland’s most prominent restaurateurs say they never heard about Juneteenth in school.
His interviews of celebrities and politicians like Ed Koch, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Roy Cohn made history.
What you need to know about wearing masks, whether you need to keep your distance and your workplace.
A new art installation at the former landfill explores the region’s hidden history.
Vivian’s vibrant and upbeat personality, energy and sense of humor resulted in a great number of life-long friendships.
Ross lived his 20 years with a love and intensity that enlivened and brightened the lives of everyone he met.
From the pre-pandemic bar scene to the daily lunch crowd, Dominic Prado’s street-style tacos continue to thrive.
For the next few months, all three of the campus’s newest peregrine falcons will be in flight school, practicing takeoffs and landings, perching and, most importantly, hunting.
The governor announced a $116.5 million inoculation lottery program. Random drawings will be held in June.
UC Berkeley will receive 85% of the auction price, while 15% will go to Foundation, an Ethereum platform. But the NFT will keep on giving: Cal will receive 10% of the proceeds of any subsequent sale of the NFT.
An interview with Savala Nolan, the executive director of the Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice at the UC Berkeley School of Law.
The brothers are growing “contour” or “body” feathers that cover their down and make them aerodynamic in flight.
Housing groups and legislatures want to narrow the racial wealth and homeownership gap, but do not agree on how.