‘One day, one night: The fuse that lit the Battles of Berkeley’ is a 12,000-word oral history crafted by Frances Dinkelspiel that tells a story through the voices of those who were there.
Raguso accepted the “highest award to be given tonight” at the Society of Professional Journalists awards dinner Thursday.
The SPJ NorCal board said it was impressed both with Raguso’s stories and the breadth of the issues she covers for the Berkeley community, as well as her tireless approach.
A person without a home sleeps on a Berkeley street. Photo: Ted Friedman Earlier this year, Berkeleyside joined more than 80 other media organizations in the Bay Area to publish a day of stories focused on homelessness in our midst. Monday, that coverage was recognized by the NorCal chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists as part of […]
The Northern California chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists has for the second year running recognized Berkeleyside as providing excellent local journalism. At an awards ceremony last night at the San Francisco City Club, the organization announced Berkeleyside as the winner of the Community Journalism (print/text) category in its 2014 Excellence in Journalism Awards. The judges said they […]
The Berkeleyside team at the conclusion of its recent Uncharted festival. From left: Lance Knobel, Frances Dinkelspiel, Siciliana Trevino, Wendy Cohen, Tracey Taylor and Emilie Raguso. Photo: Pete Rosos The Society of Professional Journalists’ Northern California chapter has awarded Berkeleyside its Excellence in Journalism award for community journalism. The award was made for Berkeleyside’s coverage […]