Detectives say they found a stolen handgun with a high-capacity magazine during Eddie Nute’s arrest. He has been charged with six robberies.
The new owners, who have experience in sales and the publishing world, will take over on Nov. 1.
Peggy Love opened one of the first unsegregated coffee houses in downtown Atlanta, and turned her Berkeley home on Elmwood Avenue into an oasis of poetry readings, sunbathing, pot smoking, political meetings, and “hookups” of all sorts.
Christopher Szabo has a long list of arrests in Alameda County dating back to 2015, according to records online.
The man had recently been arrested, police said, after entering a secure playground area at an Elmwood neighborhood church “and threatening to take the children.”
The man also followed women in several other cities, police said. He is no longer in custody and police are seeking additional witnesses.
The two owners are hoping to find buyers who love books and the community as much as they do.
One parent who witnessed the incident told police it was “super disturbing” and that Herbert Blue’s behavior was sexually motivated.
Three campaigns raised the most money in 2020: for Moe’s Books, Rialto Theaters and a West Berkeley metal shop making plastic face shields for health workers.
These business owners switched from building phone booths to sneeze guards, designed a user-friendly testing kiosk and created a “cleanroom” for customers.
Mila Mangold, who raised her family on Magnolia Street in the Elmwood, is now reportedly one of the 30 oldest people in the entire world.
A two-alarm fire displaced five people early Monday morning at an apartment building in the 2600 block of Etna Street, authorities said.