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The new complex is needed to comply with Title IX regulations, but some neighbors say they will violate long-standing covenants the university agreed to.
The fire, in the 3000 block of Bateman (near Prince Street), appears to have started in the kitchen. There were no reported injuries.
She was active with Jewish Voice for Peace, the Middle East Children’s Alliance, Berkeley Citizen’s Action, and other progressive organizations.
The son of vaudeville actors, Harvey was co-president of the Emerson PTA during integration and helped preserve the Elmwood Theatre.
The proposal to end free two-hour parking sparked a backlash from residents and businesses.
Berkeley’s solution to the “shuffle” of drivers moving their cars every two hours is getting pushback from some businesses and residents.
She is the oldest person in California and is still doing “pretty well,” her son told Berkeleyside on Monday.
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.