The Biden administration wants to get more Americans to install solar panels by making the permitting process faster and easier.
The film is directed and produced by Berkeley resident Abby Ginzberg, a Peabody award-winning filmmaker.
Starting Saturday, you’ll have to dial the area code for all local calls.
In a discussion that spanned the impact of zoning laws and climate change on communities of color, the panel agreed it was important for the East Bay to lead the nation in having frank conversations about race.
The independent senator from Vermont did not endorse AD15 Candidate Jovanka Beckles, although she was one of the few politicians to sit on the stage behind him.
National and local political figures, along with city staff, family members and other loved ones, came together in Berkeley to celebrate the life of former Councilwoman Maudelle Shirek who died April 11 at 101.
Maudelle Shirek, often called the godmother of East Bay progressive politics, died in a Vallejo hospice on April 11. Shirek served in the Berkeley City Council for 20 years, leading many progressive causes.