The flow of methane gas through the decomposing landfill beneath the park has dropped over the years, but it still requires continual maintenance.
Hospitality workers at the DoubleTree by Hilton at the marina have been working without a contract since 2018.
Seabreeze Market and Deli has been serving its loyal fans for decades, but a multimillion-dollar park improvement project could close it for good.
With the drought and other factors placing Chinook salmon populations in peril, Mike Hudson is quitting the commercial fishing business after 25 years.
The roadway, which was built on a causeway, has deteriorated so much that it has been reviled as one of the worst in the city.
The Berkeley City Council is slated receive an update on ferry plans in December. This week’s Zoom session provides another chance to weigh in.
Recreational users worry ferry service would disrupt their activities on the San Francisco Bay and cause more congestion in the marina.
Investigative reporter and UC Berkeley journalism school lecturer Mark Schapiro explains why efforts to reclaim the global seed supply is more important than ever.
Berkeley Food Institute partnered with UC Berkeley Advanced Media Institute to create a six-part podcast series that delves into food issues through a human lens.
Members of the Black Panthers lined up at a Free Huey (Newton) rally in DeFremery Park in Oakland. (Photo by Stephen Shames/Polaris) By Kathleen Maclay UC Berkeley News Oct. 15 marked the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Black Panthers. While the group is closely identified with Oakland, the Panthers also had roots in […]
David Littlejohn, who died on June 4. Photo: courtesy of the family David Littlejohn, a popular and prolific arts critic, author, former public television host, and a professor emeritus of journalism at the University of California, Berkeley, died peacefully, June 4, at his home in Kensington, California after a long physical decline. He was 78. […]
Nixon resigns. Oakland, California, 1974. Photo: Ken Light Drawn to documenting the burgeoning protest movement in the late 1960s, Ken Light came to photojournalism as an extension of his anti-war activism. He started by shooting marches and demonstrations, but it wasn’t until the Nixon administration’s secret bombing of Cambodia came to light in late April […]