In the week that Nosh celebrates its ninth birthday, we are thrilled to welcome on board a highly talented editor who will oversee all food coverage across Cityside’s Bay Area newsrooms.
Both full-time positions are based in the Bay Area and the roles involve working across Berkeleyside and The Oaklandside.
Han brought immense value to the East Bay community through her stellar food editing and reporting.
Help continue the legacy of our co-founders and — this year — “super-charge” deep-dive investigative reporting on Berkeleyside.
While its lovely blooms and heavenly scent are always a splendid mood booster, wisteria is particularly welcome this year as we spy light at the end of the pandemic tunnel.
Turntine brings decades of editing experience and a knack for breaking news. A new managing editor also joins the team as we launch a founders’ fund for local journalism.
Work at the site included a seismic retrofit and maintenance upgrades, as well as other improvements, and was funded by the Measure T1 bond.
Restaurants, museums, movie theaters and gyms can reopen indoor operations at reduced capacity, starting Wednesday.
Nature played it both ways in 2020. Devastating wildfires were distressing, but the great outdoors also provided a balm for the anxieties wrought by a challenging year.
The community rallied in a crisis and neighbors supported neighbors. Businesses pivoted and helped health care workers. And a Berkeleyan turned 113.
Sales plummeted, the money ran out, or a rent hike was the last straw. Some owners took early retirement. They may be gone, but the memories linger.
Fraijo, who drove 1 million miles on the job without ever having an accident, leaves a legacy that — while unknown to many — is both civic and creative.
The new editor-in-chief will lead our pioneering nonprofit newsroom to new heights in its second decade.
Cityside, parent to Berkeleyside and The Oaklandside, was recognized for its journalism and the vision and principles it has built for its role in the communities it serves.
Two homes in Northwest Berkeley were rendered uninhabitable after an RV parked nearby caught fire in the early hours of Nov. 22, according to authorities.
The fire at 2067 University Ave. was still active Monday and fire crews continue to douse the apartment building with jets of water.