The 100-foot-high Monterey pine stood in her Central Berkeley neighborhood — until it was taken down.
Showing now through Dec. 12 at the Mills College Art Museum in Oakland, this is Soren’s first solo museum exhibit in the Bay Area.
The superintendent or the school board must build the Title IX infrastructure to make campuses safe for all students, a parent writes.
John Walter Finkbeiner lent his distinctive voice to ensembles from raw garage rock to meticulous chamber music.
During Freedman’s Knesset tenure, which lasted until 1977, she advocated for women’s issues, feminist reform and rights of Arab citizens of Israel.
Audrey Tang crafts unique pastries with influences from Chinese, Malay, Indonesian and Thai cultures.
Green House Bakery’s pastry box is one of the hottest tickets in town.
Fifty-one years ago, nine women’s tennis players and one zealous magazine publisher kicked off a revolution that changed the face of sports. Five of the 10 rebels had strong connections to the Berkeley Tennis Club.
Haley Giavara, a Cal junior, will compete against ranked international players at Berkeley Tennis Club Women’s $60,000 Challenge, which begins Monday.
Out-of-state UC students are having a bad year. The Legislature made plans to have the UC enroll fewer of them to make way for more in-state students. Meanwhile, tuition is going up $8,000 for future out-of-state students.
Lauded pitmaster Matt Horn looks back on an intense first year in business.
Destroying the park by building student housing is an attempt to kill the voices that have criticized UC Berkeley since the 1960s.
The Moraga-Orinda Fire District has cited the East Bay Regional Park District for code violations, but does it have authority to do so?
Ashley Jenkins formed and coached her own cheer team, the Eboni Stallions. She honed her skills early by teaching cheers to John Muir Elementary School classmates at recess.
Frank Daar was a leader in the formation of the “April Coalition,” which made national news in 1971 by electing Loni Hancock, Ira Simmons and D’Army Bailey to the Berkeley City Council.
The food-focused fall festival is back after a pandemic-lost year.