Month: October 2022

Serial Killer Sunday 2: When True Crime Meets The Gridiron

The NFL is abundant in so many ways and in the second edition of Serial Killer Sunday, we’ll discuss when true crime meets the grill in the form of another league-affiliated serial killer. The first edition of Serial Killer Sunday…

Carolina is a high cost university

RALEIGH — The US Department of Education has begun accepting applications from former college students in hopes of forcing taxpayers to repay their loans. President Joe Biden’s loan transfer diktat is one of the worst policies of modern times: hugely…

David DePape: The man who attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer is a nudist far-right conspiracy theorist

The man accused of breaking into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s California home and severely beating her husband with a hammer appears to have posted racist and often rambling messages online, some of which questioned the 2020 election results, defended former…

Assault suspect at Pelosi home had posted about QAnon | app

The man accused of breaking into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s California home and severely beating her husband with a hammer appears to have posted racist and often rambling messages online, some of which questioned the 2020 election results, defended former…

Berkeley Hills homeowner fined for using too much water

The Berkeley Hills seen in March 2021. File photo: Pete Rosos A Berkeley Hills homeowner with a job related to environmental sustainability has been fined for using too much water during California’s current severe drought. The East Bay Municipal Utilities…

Winemaker Stephen Singer bucks the trend

TIM CARL Stephen Singer does not make normal wines. However, like the quirky high school kid who becomes a hugely influential independent filmmaker, the wines he produces have the potential to shake things up. Grown in its Sonoma County vineyard,…

How Humor Helps Us Cope

Scroll down to find a full transcript of this episode. Life’s hardships are a fact, but what if we found a way to laugh it off? Our guest shares how he used humor to deal with the deepest pains of…

5 Southern Hot Springs Destinations to Keep You Warm

Thousands of years ago, the first inhabitants of our country used the nourishing powers of mineral water to cure a variety of ailments. Today, hot (or hot) springs are delightful places to relax, reconnect with nature, and nurture your body…

Florida Governor to Celebrate Diwali at Governor’s Mansion on October 26

DeSantis’ first live virtual rally hosted by Native American community leader Danny Gaekwad drew over 100,000 viewers Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who started the tradition of celebrating Diwali with the Native American community at the Governor’s Mansion when he…

Natural gas ban threats spark restaurant fear – The Hill

The story at a glance Restaurants across the country are beginning to worry about a natural gas ban in their city. The drive to phase out natural gas appliances stems from the environmental and health risks posed by the fuel….

Bronco Motorsports Finishes 1st in SoCal Shootout Race Competition

By Anais Hernandez, October 25, 2022 On October 15, Cal Poly Pomona’s Bronco Motorsports team won its first competition of the season, placing first in the SoCal Shootout. The team competed in the second annual SoCal Shootout Scholastic Racing hosted…

Berkeley officials mull plan for food truck village

Anyone who visits the Berkeley Marina will notice the stunning views, plentiful outdoor sports opportunities, and paucity of casual dining. While the Marina complex encompasses 60 acres of upland and 40 acres of water, the three waterfront restaurants are seated…

Pedestrian airlifted after crash at Berkeley Senior Community: Police

BERKELEY, NJ — A 94-year-old woman was injured Friday when she was hit by a car while crossing a crosswalk in the Berkeley Township seniors’ community, police said. The pedestrian, unidentified by police, was crossing Jamaica Boulevard near Bananier Drive…

Intermediate Appeals Court Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for Wetzel County Satellite Courtroom | News, Sports, Jobs

State and local officials have cut the ribbon for the new Wetzel County satellite courthouse that will be used by the new West Virginia Intermediate Court of Appeals. NEW MARTINSVILLE — A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday afternoon for the…

Amendments 2 and 4 reek of politics | Journal-news

Over the past several months, I have traveled across the state speaking with parents, teachers, firefighters, bipartisan local officials and small business owners about the harm that would be done to our state if two constitutional amendments in November 8…

Is this the best place for bagels in Toms River, NJ, you said “yes”

Bagels are a New Jersey favorite. We have the “best” bagels anywhere on this planet. When I visit friends down south, like in Florida and North Carolina, they always ask me to bring bagels. They lived in New Jersey and…

Shayona Cafe, nestled in a Chino Hills mandir, is a portal to India

East of Carbon Canyon in Chino Hills, with Mount Baldy and the San Bernardino Mountains as a backdrop, stands a hand-carved pink sandstone and marble mandir. The property appears to be pulled straight from India but sits firmly in Southern…

Emerson College Presents: A Compelling Performance of Inclusiveness

Emerson has a fetish for marginalized communities, but he does not make himself accessible to them. And with such a high price tag, it is impossible for Emerson to achieve the diverse environment he advertises, given his ignorance of systemic…

Stay on the sunny side with Hall

Stan Knight In the municipal elections on November 8, voters in Saint Helena will have the choice between two different styles and approaches to governance. Who will be the best choice to meet the challenges we have never faced before:…

UC Berkeley Returns Thousands of Ancestral Remains to Indigenous Peoples: ‘Restorative Justice’

UC Berkeley Campus Justin Sullivan/Getty UC Berkeley The remains of thousands of ancestors will be returned to native tribes by the University of California at Berkeley. “It was not right for past generations to dig up their remains and take…

Stadium trumps housing for UC in 1922

Adequate and affordable housing serving UC Berkeley students, as it is today, was also an issue a century ago. However, the Berkeley Daily Gazette reported on October 21, 1922 that “all hope for prompt action to secure dormitories on the…

Nancy V. Rickard | Obituary

Nancy V. Rickard Nancy Virginia (Long) Rickard, 90, of Martinsburg died Thursday, October 13, 2022 at Stonerise Healthcare, Berkeley Springs. Born February 16, 1932 in Martinsburg, she was the daughter of the late Herbert DeNeen Long and Annie May Porterfield…

How a Chinese intelligence tycoon became Trump’s Republican darling

Eventually, Guo landed in New York, where he applied for the penthouse at Sherry-Netherland. It was becoming increasingly clear that he might never return to China. He needed to master new ground, so he started with a game he knew:…

Augie’s Montreal Deli is permanently closing its doors in Berkeley

Last May, Lex Gopnik-Lewinski paused his Berkeley restaurant, Augie’s Montreal Deli, when the price of meat soared. The move was meant to be temporary until prices adjusted, but months later the restaurant closed permanently, as Berkeleyside first reported. Gopnik-Lewinski confirmed…

Welcome to the special issue!

Welcome to the special issue of News celebrating Latinx Heritage Month! We are excited to feature content focused on the Latinx members of our community. Anika Seth, Paloma Vigil and Sophie Wang 2:27 p.m., October 15, 2022 Staff journalists Jessai…

Your Neighborhood Guide to Historic Old Village of Mount Pleasant | My Charleston

The old village of Mount Pleasant is a place where people can wander quiet streets under tall live oak trees and make a day of wandering a historical place to another. A round trip walk from restaurant lined Shem Creek…

Support Measure R – Times-Herald

Measure R is the Benicia Local Roads Repair and Infrastructure Measure, a local initiative that will provide the necessary funding to repair and then maintain our roads. Benicia City Council put this measure on the ballot in hopes that voters…

2023 Schedule Released – Stanford University Athletics

STANFORD, Calif. – Stanford Women’s Gymnastics announced its 2023 schedule Thursday, featuring three meets inside the Maples Pavilion and five meets televised by the Pac-12 Network. The Cardinal will appear in 10 regular season meetings during the 2023 season and…

The origins of student debt

In a capitalist society, your debt is someone else’s asset. Student debt belongs to private equity firms, not the federal government. Why is the current proposal to forgive student loans so controversial? When did student and parent loans replace scholarships…

Orinda rejects electrification ordinance, for now

Posted on October 12, 2022 Orinda rejects electrification ordinance, for now By Sora O’Doherty The Orinda City Council considered, but rejected, an ordinance that would have required all new residential and commercial construction in the city to be all-electric. Overall,…

Pac-12 Announces Final Conference Schedule and Whistleblower Times

WBB11/10/2022 13:20 | By: Cal Athletics Cal opens regular season play Nov. 7 BERKELEY – The full Pac-12 women’s basketball schedule, including peak times and broadcast times, was announced Tuesday. Cal will play 20 games on…

The end zone for | Journal-news

Editor’s note: Please note that all announcements are published in the order received. Some entries may be edited depending on available space. All articles must be received no later than 4 p.m. on Sunday each week and can be submitted…

Carly Rae Jepson and Rufus Wainwright reunite for ‘The Loneliest Time’

One may be the loneliest number, but it takes two to compose “The Loneliest Time”. Famous Canadian pop singers Carly Rae Jepson and Rufus Wainwright have teamed up for Jepson’s latest album, “The Loneliest Time”. The pair “go over the…

A nonprofit is working to stop food waste in Detroit’s metro

WATERFORD, Mich. — As many spent their Sunday shopping, a small group of volunteers stood in a field in Waterford hoping to make a big difference. “We walked past all these beautiful trees and I said, Oh my God! Look…

Huskies hit Berkeley for Sunday’s game with Cal

Related links History links BERKELEY, Calif. – Washington Women’s Soccer wraps up its Bay Area road trip on Sunday, taking on the Cal Bears at 1:00 p.m. PT at Edwards Stadium. The match can be…

5 other famous celebrities living in San Francisco

Celebrities living in San Francisco – Many actors, musicians and athletes who have had a significant impact on the entertainment industry and popular culture in America and around the world were born and raised in the Bay Area. Here are…

“Can we take out repatriation insurance in the event of death abroad? | Travel

✉ My wife and I are in our 60s and suffer from some of the conditions that people have at our age. We visit France regularly and insurance cover for our relatively minor conditions is becoming more and more expensive….

Berkeley Place luxury residential project contract awarded

A contract for the construction of Berkeley Place, a luxury residential development in the city of Mohammed Bin Rashid was officially awarded. The developer of the project is Dubai’s leading and award-winning company, Ellington Properties. The company awarded the $28.6…

What is most important in determining how we age? Study shows age often plays bigger role than genetics in gene expression and susceptibility to disease

Amid much speculation and research about how our genetics affect how we age, a study from the University of California, Berkeley now shows that individual differences in our DNA matter less as we age and become prone. diseases of aging,…

Second Annual 4-State Food Truck Festival Excited For Another Year October 22 | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG — The second annual Main Street Martinsburg 4-State Food Truck Fest is back this year and will take place in downtown Martinsburg from noon to 7 p.m. on October 22. Advocate Insurance Group, on Queen Street in Martinsburg, is…

COVID-19 positive students denounce updated protocol

Students who contracted COVID-19 this semester feel ‘frustrated’ with college laxity COVID Policiesspecifically citing the isolation-in-place model that impacted how they experienced isolation. Following the end of the Spring 2022 semester, Emerson updated its COVID-19 procedures on May 16. The…

Meet the MBA Class of 2024: Tommy Jaeger, New York University (Stern)

“A shameless, self-deprecating contestant who’s always up for a good time or an adventure.” Hometown: Denver, CO fun fact about yourself: I’m the 1999 Denver Stock Show Champion Mutton Bustin’! (Mutton Bustin is the rodeo event in which kids ride…

Patricia Pineda Joins Portland General Electric (PGE) Board of Directors

All integrated energy company based in Portland, Oregon, recently announced the appointment of this renowned Latin leader, who will also serve on the finance and compensation, culture and talent committees. Jack Davis, Chairman of the Board of PGE, said: …

Backroads Announces New and Improved Private Travel Program Making Traveling with Groups of Family and Friends as Easy as the Click of a Button

Company’s New Web Feature Makes Effortless Private Trip Planning BERKELEY, Calif. , October 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Backroads, the leader in active travel, today announced a new online search tool that makes it easier than ever to find and book…

California Voter’s Guide to the November 2022 Elections

K–Belmont measure The measure would increase the transitional occupancy tax from 12% to 14%. The tax is paid by guests of the hotel, motel, or other short-term rental accommodation. The measure would provide an additional $600,000 a year to be…

Charleston-area restaurants back to business as usual after Hurricane Ian | hurricane thread

Hurricane Ian, the first to make landfall in South Carolina since Matthew in 2016, left restaurants in the Charleston area largely unscathed. Most, including those in flood-prone areas, were able to reopen first thing in the morning on October 1….

Men’s golf heads south for Georgia State Invitational

History links This week The Southern Illinois men’s golf team will play in its fourth tournament of the fall season for a Monday-Tuesday tournament when it travels to Duluth, Ga. for the Georgia State Invitational, hosted by…