Nine years after the Berkeley zoning law allowing 18-story buildings was passed, four years after City Council approved the building plans for one specific development
Starting the week of December 16, the previously northbound section of Shattuck Avenue between Center and Addison streets was closed off, and northbound traffic has
The 48-year-old antique store People’s Bazaar closed in early December, adding to the large number of Black-owned businesses closing in Berkeley. The story of the
On December 12 on a sleek, modern stage in Paris, the 63 annual Ballon d’Or was held. Hundreds of rich Parisians and soccer players filled
Most athletes at Berkeley High School (BHS) are familiar with Lauren Small. Spectators at BHS sporting events may have seen her on the sidelines helping
As we all know, professional athletes cannot play sports professionally their entire lives. At a certain point their bodies just can’t handle what these sports
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