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Teen accident suspect hopes to get out of jail

A 17-year-old suspect arrested September 16 following a shooting and crash in Yakima in which three women were killed is currently being held at the Yakima County Juvenile Jail as an investigation continues . The lawyer for the teenager who…

Uncertain future for the beloved Berkeley Cafe

RALEIGH, North Carolina — A rezoning request for just under an acre of land in downtown Raleigh has left the city council stuck between a rock and a hard place, and the beloved Berkeley Cafe in danger of being demolished….

Meatless with a Mission: Sanctuary Bistro in Piper Glen

Opening of the Sanctuary Bistro in February 2020. In August, only one customer snuck out after looking at the vegan and gluten-free menu. Fifteen years ago, executive chef Barry Horton might have made a pair. He grew up in small-town…

Huskies crack down on Bruins in Los Angeles

History links Next game: at Stanford 09/30/2022 | 6:00 p.m. Pac-12 Washington September 30 (Friday) / 6:00 p.m. at Stanford Story LOS ANGELES- UCLA hit the Huskies with…

Trump’s Save America PAC funds a Republican party loyal to Trump

Trump’s Save America PAC funds a Republican party loyal to Trump For you News Sports Entertainment Life Money Tech Travel Opinion It’s unusual for a national figure like Trump to be so interested in primaries or state-level races; he is…

Protests over woman’s death escalate in Iran, solidarity rally draws hundreds to UC Berkeley

Protests escalate in Iran, solidarity rally draws hundreds to UC Berkeley As the death toll rises following protests in Iran following the death of a 22-year-old woman in police custody, a solidarity demonstration took place Friday at UC Berkeley that…

Winthrop University gets futuristic catering service | WFAE 90.7

Every day, life gets closer and closer to that of the Jetsons. Students and staff at Winthrop University will enjoy a dining experience similar to the futuristic 1960s TV show. Winthrop University Food Services announced on Wednesday that it has…

More 4-year-olds in Berkeley will be eligible for transitional kindergarten

Transitioning Kindergarten students build towers out of magnetic blocks in a classroom at Malcolm X Elementary School on Tuesday, September 20. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight On a Tuesday morning at Malcolm X Elementary School, 21 children counted ice cream flavors…

Mayor’s office woos private and public employers in bid to bring workers back downtown

Mayor Ted Wheeler’s office is courting private and public employers in a bid to get employees back to their offices across the city as Portland lags peer cities in post-pandemic recovery. Key private and public institutions involved in back-to-work policy…

The “big one”: the campus, the city must prepare for earthquakes

We all know that the “big” – an impending earthquake of unknown magnitude and incredible destructive potential – is approaching. The only question is when. It may happen tonight, in five years or in 20 years, but one thing is…

Alchemy Collective, Chica, Zazzi Foods and El Charro are closing

It’s always a shock to find out that your favorite cafe is gone for good, seemingly without notice. In this weekly report, we at Nosh seek to track every notable restaurant closure in East Bay.. Since, unlike restaurant openings, these…

Robert Bennett Heath Obituary – Savannah Morning News

Robert Bennett Heath (Bob), 92, of Savannah GA passed away peacefully on September 17, 2022 at The Oaks on Skidaway Island. He was pursued in death by Beverley, his beloved wife of 57 years. Bob was the devoted father of…

Manchester’s stunning Schofield Brothers ‘STERLING’ bar at the Stock Exchange Hotel

Named to reference the building’s history and represent exceptional quality, the exciting new cocktail bar also boasts a fantastic wine program and a bespoke wood-paneled interior that beautifully reflects the old building’s history and glamor of the stock market. STERLING…

New Bojangles will be built near Foxbank Plantation

CREDIT: Bojangles MONCKS CORNER, SC – A second Bojangles restaurant is coming to the Moncks Corner area, Cypress Development Partners, LLC announced Tuesday. It will be located on the highway. 52 near the planned community of Foxbank Plantation. Bojangles will…

$10 million grant to support semiconductor research at the University of Arkansas

by Jeff Della Rosa ([email protected]) 60 minutes from 22 views From left to right are Greg Salamo, Hiro Nakamura, Shui-Qing “Fisher” Yu, Hugh Churchill and Jin Hu, all from the University of Arkansas. A team of researchers led by a…

Locale brings food from a Bay Area restaurant to Sacramento

Jonathan Friedland, co-founder of Bay Area-based food delivery service Locale, holds one of his company’s delivery boxes in Los Gatos in June. The company plans to bring its service to Sacramento. Dai Sugano Bay Area News Group A new startup…

Kuriyan to take over as Dean; Johnson wins Pew scholarship

Kuriyan to become dean of Vanderbilt medical school John Kuriyandistinguished professor of molecular and cellular biology at the University of California at Berkeley and researcher at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, has been named the next dean of the Vanderbilt…

The Queen’s mourning attracts many overseas visitors and boosts tourism in the UK

The tourism sector in the UK appears to be doing good business as thousands of people flock to London from around the world to pay their last respects to Queen Elizabeth II. According to the Reuters news agency, the average…

Lucas Magnaudet advances in battle in the bay

Photos by Robert Edwards/KLC Cal junior Lucas Magnaudet won twice on Saturday to qualify for next week’s Battle in the Bay. MTEN09/17/2022 22:23 | By: Cal Athletics BERKELEY- Junior Men’s Tennis Cal Lucas Magnaudet reached…

The Delta Record | Upshur County assistant wins service staff of the year award

CHARLESTON —On Tuesday, Sept. 13, Jessica Grose of Upshur County was named the West Virginia School Department’s 2023 Staff of the Year recipient. The announcement was made by the West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) and the West Virginia Department…

The Skanner News – 6 Inspirational Accomplishments Black Women Made First

We spotlight six black women past and present who are number one! They have accomplished inspiring and historic feats that may be unknown, but are certainly worth celebrating. They deserve their flowers! 1. Dr. Bobbi Peterson Dr. Bobbi Peterson, a…

It’s time for states to break away from teaching colleges

Colleges of education instil in future teachers the values ​​and abilities they want them to demonstrate in the classroom. But what if those values ​​and pedagogical approaches don’t serve students well? What if colleges of education trained teachers to deliver…

San Francisco Waterslide | city ​​newspaper

Last spring, activity in downtown San Francisco was just 31% of its 2019 level, measured by comparing visits to points of interest such as restaurants, retail stores and grocery stores. between the two years. No other North American city of…

Letters: NWS Project | state controller

Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Concord Arming Stationshould have senior residences I am a senior who has owned a home in Concord for 40 years. I love this city, its…

200 years of service: the professional lives of 5 El Cholo employees

Anyone who works in a restaurant will tell you: it’s not easy. And it’s increasingly rare to see restaurateurs not just making a career out of their calling, but staying in a restaurant their entire professional life (if only because…

Student forced to withdraw after alleged mishandling of COVID-19 protocol

A campus student alleged that the campus’ COVID-19 isolation policies in campus residence halls gave them no choice but to opt out for the fall semester. The student, who remained anonymous for his own privacy, said his roommate contracted COVID-19…

St. Stephen’s Class of 1972 reunites in Savannah, Georgia | Community News

Still connected after half a century, alumni of one of South Carolina’s first black public high schools will have the chance to “relive the good old days” later this fall. The St. Stephen High School Class of 1972 will celebrate…

Christian Phillips Receives 2022 APSA-IPSA Theodore J. Lowi First Book Award –

The APSA-IPSA Theodore J. Lowi First Book Award is presented annually to honor a book in any field of political science that exemplifies the qualities of broad ambition, high originality, and intellectual audacity, promising to have a substantial impact on…

UC Davis and Sacramento State ranked by US News World Report

The UC Davis water tower, a local landmark, stands on campus Saturday, April 23, 2022 in Davis. Xavier Mascarenas [email protected] According US News and World Reportis annual UC Davis ranked 10th in the nation for best public schools and also…

These two Florida cities are on the list of the best college towns in the United States | Way of life

Whether you’re a senior in high school or helping your child apply to college, you’ll soon learn that location is everything when deciding where to spend the first four years of the college experience. Apart from the programs, merits, and…

UCLA ranked #1 public university by US News & World Report for sixth consecutive year

As a first-generation student, Alvina Zhan knew that getting accepted into a top university was only the first of her challenges. Zhan wanted to find a school that offered him a wide range of educational opportunities while supporting his individual…

Why do you (probably) hate puking ducks?

I found a curious sign of our times that when I emailed the former president of the Boston College Republicans, a student group on campus, to invite an interview to talk about freedom of expression and other questions, their president,…

Death of Queen Elizabeth II – latest: Funeral procession arrives in Edinburgh after ceremonies proclaiming King Charles III across the UK

J he Queen’s motorcade has arrived in Edinburgh where it will spend the night at Hollyroodhouse. The Queen’s funeral procession left Balmoral at 10am as Her Late Majesty left the estate for the last time, accompanied by the Princess Royal….

Things You Should Never Do In Montana, According To A Local

I notice that too many people don’t plan ahead when visiting national parks. The author in West Yellowstone, a small town just outside of Yellowstone National Park. Jordan Erb / Insider If you’re going to be spending time in the…

The Berkeley Hotel in downtown Richmond bought by the Glen Allen Company | Local business news

According to staff reports Glen Allen’s Kalyan Hospitality has acquired the Berkeley Hotel in downtown Richmond for an undisclosed amount. In 2019, the Berkeley Hotel was acquired by Apple Hospitality REIT Inc., a Richmond-based real estate investment trust, for $7…

Tighe assumes a leadership role in nuclear security | News, Sports, Jobs

Richard Tighe Richard Tighe WEBSTER CITY — A man who grew up in Webster City now runs a national nuclear security firm. Richard Tighe has been named President and Chief Executive Officer of Consolidated Nuclear Security…

Why is overtime such a big part of the SF budget?

Hello, Bay Area. It’s Friday, September 9, and Hurricane Kay will likely bring some very unusual weather to Northern California. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Overtime paid to San Francisco government employees reached $367 million…

Free Community College: California Schools Add Perks

In summary Free college is not a new idea in California. But some community colleges, faced with declining enrollment, are waiving fees for more students than ever and adding perks like free textbooks, meals and transportation. Kathleen Coronado always assumed…

Birds of prey migrating by the thousands on ocean headlands – The Bloom

Hawks Over Golden Gate The Redbud Audubon Society will host raptor expert Allen Fish on Thursday, September 15 at 7 p.m. on a Zoom program. Pre-registration is required and can be done by going to the website, www.redbudaudubon.org, and clicking…

Berkeley Breathed, Creator of ‘Bloom County’ Comic, Almost Stepped on a Rattlesnake

Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Berkeley Breathed had a close and personal encounter with a creature that would blow any attentive person out of its skin. Luckily for Breathed, the creator of the “Bloom County” comic, the 65-year-old wasn’t paying attention and…

Point Reyes water quality tests reveal high levels of bacteria

New water quality tests conducted on multiple waterways in the Point Reyes National Seashore have revealed dangerous levels of fecal bacteria, including up to 170 times the state health standard for E. coli at one site. The tests were carried…

PABU IZAKAYA OF MINA GROUP IN SAN FRANCISCO ANNOUNCES NEW HOUSE MANAGEMENT AND NEW LEAD BARTENDER

PABU Izakayathe modern take on Traditional Izakaya-Style Meals by Michael Mina and the late Ken Tominaga, announces a stellar team of women serving in leadership positions within the restaurant, including head bartender and executive positions: Farrah Ebrahimi as Executive Director…

#14 Pepperdine and California Tie 1-1

History links Next game: in arizona 09/11/2022 | 1:00 p.m. PT September 11 (Sunday) / 1:00 PM PT at Arizona BERKELEY, Calif. – by Carlee Giammona A goal…

Look inside the abandoned Berkeley Civic Center

The Berkeley City Council held its last meetings in the old Berkeley City Hall building in 2019. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight The next few months could prove decisive for the future of the abandoned Berkeley Civic Center. City officials are…

Chancellor and Mayor celebrate the new school year

We write with a warm welcome to our new and returning golden bears as you settle in Berkeley and neighboring communities. We hope you are excited to embark on a year of learning, discovery and personal growth at the best…

Best warm weather hikes with shade and trees

Labor Day is the perfect time to get out and enjoy nature. Of course, it’s more difficult to do in a heat wave. National Weather Service calls it a “marathon not a sprint,” with temperatures in parts of the bay…

SLC mayor wants more foot traffic, no car traffic on part of Main Street

The Open Streets scheme, set up amid the pandemic, has proven to be a huge success – and some downtown traders believe that trend may continue. (Rick Egan | Tribune file photo) Pedestrians wander the open streets of Salt Lake…

The Berkeley Rep Theater will open downtown accommodations for visiting performers

Susie Medak stands in the courtyard of the new guest artist housing in downtown Berkeley. It is a LEED Gold building designed with the needs of guest artists in mind. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight On a typical evening when a…

Cali 2021 reports significant economic impact from Junior Pan American Games

You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic…

Bay Area city closes open space parks over Labor Day weekend as heat wave looms

The town of Walnut Creek announced Wednesday that it will close its open-air parks Sept. 1-6 to deter people from hiking and other outdoor activities as a heat wave threatens the area of the Bay. KRON4 was the first to…

Benson Hotel loses major corporate client spooked by conditions in downtown Portland

In another blow to struggling downtown Portland, the Benson Hotel has lost a recurring corporate contract for 300 rooms per month due to “security concerns”, and the hotel owner is considering legal action against the city, according to an email…

Citrus expert traveled Riverside County and beyond to help farmers – Press Enterprise

The success of California’s navel orange industry was well known around the world. Places with similar climates wanted to replicate this success. One way to try to do this was to hire men who knew citrus growing to help in…

Restaurant industry workers organize to fund their own reproductive care

This story was originally posted on Civil Eats. Three years ago, Arielle Tess Edwards was living with her husband in Redding, California, caring for three children, including a breastfed baby, while working two low-wage service jobs. During the week of…

22-year-old singer Noah G. Fowler writes songs inspired by rural Pennsylvania roots | Family

CAPON BRIDGE, W.Va. — Synchronicity: The simultaneous occurrence of events that appear to be significantly related but have no discernable causal connection. I had made an unexpected trip to West Virginia for a friend’s funeral and found myself on the…

As Michelin-starred chefs march, Bay Area mom-and-pop restaurants persevere in the face of COVID-19 challenges | Company

KATIE LAUER Bay Area News Group Viviana Masarweh threw more pots of coffee down the drain at Doyle Street Cafe than hot cups in March 2020. Barely two weeks had passed during the first COVID-19 lockdown before she and her…

Cal names Jennifer Wong new lacrosse head coach

RELEASED08/30/2022 12:17 | By: Cal Athletics New program manager has had success with Temple staff BERKELEY- California Athletic Director Jim Knowlton announced Tuesday that Jennifer Wong has been hired as the Golden Bears’ lacrosse head coach….

Oakland’s hottest baker wants diners to ask the tough questions about food

The Big Dill Kitchen owner just doesn’t make enough money to be a business owner, but she’s fine with it. Helia Sadeghi is getting a lot of attention for her role in the booming pandemic pop-up game and for her…

Brett Johnson will miss the 2022 season due to injury

Defensive lineman Brett Johnson will miss 2022 through injury. Facebook27/08/2022 14:00 | By: Cal Athletics A defensive lineman was back after missing the 2021 season with a broken hip suffered in a car crash …

Fall Orientation 2022: New Bears on the Block

Picture this: Sproul Plaza is full of students dodging flyers while rushing to class, throngs of people with bright yellow lanyards pass the Campanile, and giant boxes fill previously empty apartments and dorms. School is back at UC Berkeley, and…

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6 exciting things to do in Berkeley on the weekend

With great weather, accessible public transportation, and plenty of exciting local activities and events in Berkeley, students have plenty to do every weekend. Taking a break from class and getting out of the campus bubble to explore the surrounding city…

Chipotle and REI add to store-by-store union wins

Workers at a Chipotle outlet in Lansing, Michigan, and an REI in Berkeley, Calif., voted to unionize this week. They are the latest among hundreds of restaurants and individual retail stores that have successfully organized this year. More than 200…

Three London hotels to book purely for interior inspiration

Laurel is on the roof at the Mondrian London Hotel in Shoreditch (Handout) It’s all in the (design) details of these three London hotels. Berkeley Café Birthday Cake For: fresh cutlery Legendary French pastry chef Cédric Grolet’s impeccable cakes and…

University Profile: Tell me more about UC-Berkeley | Go to college | Elizabeth LaScala

Many schools are compared to Harvard, including the University of California-Berkeley (UC-Berkeley), affectionately nicknamed “Cal”. The first institution in the University of California system, UC-Berkeley was founded in 1868, so its nickname is clearly tied to this educational milestone in…

Berkeley’s Iconic Park Plan Pits Housing Against History | bay area

Berkeley, an eclectic California city renowned for its tie-dye hippies and high-profile intellectuals, is experiencing a 1960s throwback sparked by People’s Park, a landmark that served as a counterculture touchstone, springboard policy and shelter for the homeless. The colorful history…

Plan for iconic California park pit housing vs. history – NBC Bay Area

Berkeley, an eclectic California city renowned for its tie-dye hippies and high-profile intellectuals, is experiencing a 1960s throwback sparked by People’s Park, a landmark that served as a counterculture touchstone, springboard policy and shelter for the homeless. The colorful history…

Berkeley may only have one theater after development

The seven-screen Regal UA Berkeley at 2274 Shattuck Ave. could face a similar fate. An application submitted Last week by developer Panoramic Interests has proposed plans for a “partial removal of the existing commercial structure” that would allow the construction…

Sure, There’s an NFT Winery in Napa Valley

San Francisco’s first NFT restaurant, Sho Club, led the way (at least ceremoniously) last week with a maelstrom of sashimi and cocktails atop Salesforce Park. But in case you were wondering, this isn’t the only example of food and drink…

Campus College of Letters and Science plans to limit high-demand majors

UC Berkeley’s College of Letters and Science will institute a policy change, limiting students to enrolling in a single “high-demand” major starting in fall 2023. The change also means that freshmen and transfer students in high-demand majors will be declared…

A bill to create a new affordable housing agency in Los Angeles just cleared a major hurdle in Sacramento

Start your day with LAist Sign up for How To LA, delivered weekday mornings. In Los Angeles, we have government agencies that oversee water and power, public health, parks, and more. Soon we may have an agency dedicated to affordable…

Hospitality stars praise Harrogate College for helping them launch their careers – FE News

Two local restaurant industry leaders have praised Harrogate College for helping them launch their careers. Chef Callum Bowmer and restaurant and hotel general manager Neil Mendoza have both achieved great things since their college training. Neil Mendoza, who took management…

Berkeley’s affluent neighborhoods could accommodate more housing

The city council could change zoning rules on College Avenue and other popular streets in Berkeley’s wealthier neighborhoods to allow more apartment buildings. Credit: Ximena Natera for Berkeleyside/CatchLight Local Berkeley’s more affluent neighborhoods aren’t getting their fair share of new…

Willow on the Green brings a taste of Britain to SF’s inner sunset

At the Inner Sunset, it’s easy to satisfy your craving for Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, Peruvian, or Indian cuisine, but there seems to be something missing in the neighborhood. Willow on the Green, a store which opened in May,…

“Just Good Food” is the topic of URI’s Fall Honors Colloquium – URI News

KINGSTON, RI – August 22, 2022 – The mere mention of the word food can conjure up different images for Americans: a big family dinner; a low-key evening at home with pizza; children and families around the world facing starvation;…

The Loews Boston hotel has closed

The Loews Boston Hotel has closed in the Back Bay. But don’t worry, a new hotel has already opened in its place. The AKA Back Bay Hotel is now open. AKA has opened a 225-room establishment in place of Loews…

New owners plan $20 million upgrade to Back Bay Hotel

Photo courtesy of JLL The new owners of the former Loews Boston hotel will spend $20 million on updates and renovations to the 225-room property following a $117 million acquisition. A joint venture between AKA and Electra America rebranded the…

Navigating the realm of sustainability

Over the past 20 years, sustainability roles have moved from hiding in compliance functions to being dispersed across the enterprise. In 2016, when I had graduated and was looking for a career in sustainability, entry-level positions were almost impossible to…

Do you know this person? Suspect Wanted at Oriskany Motel 6 Fire

Law enforcement authorities are asking for the public’s help in identifying a person of interest wanted for interview in an ongoing investigation. In a written statement, the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) says the individual depicted in the released photos…

Open Newbury Street returns for car-free Sundays until end of September

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) – Open Newbury Street returned on Sunday, giving pedestrians a car-free street for the next six Sundays until September 25. The eight-block stretch of Newbury Street, comprised of restaurants, shops, salons and local businesses, will be pedestrian-only…

Brandenberger, David

BRANDENBERGER, David David Brandenberger, 55, of Atlanta, died of a sudden acute illness on Monday, August 15, 2022, surrounded by friends and family. Best known for his dry sense of humor and culinary abilities, David was passionate about spending time…

Fresno thrives after COVID, while others struggle, UC Berkeley study finds

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) — Cities across the country are feeling the post-effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Overall, industries have had to adapt to a “post-COVID” world. The pandemic has forced many things to close. Shopping and recreation areas have become…

Academics ‘debunk stereotypes’ around mobile home parks in search of affordable housing solutions | New

anchor The Rancho La Mesa mobile home park in Sunnyvale, California (right) is more densely developed than the adjacent single-family residential neighborhoods (left). Google Earth, CC BY-ND A group of north…

Business Scoreboard: Recognition for Kwema, XIL Health, Drury Hotels | Local company

MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS Liquid environmental solutions acquired St. Louis Disposal Solutions, a provider of grease traps, used cooking oil, industrial and municipal waste treatment services. MTM acquired Veyo, the third largest broker in the non-emergency medical transportation industry. MOVINGPizza Dog…

Best Universities Announces 2022 Best Architecture Schools in California

The latest release from Best Universities includes a new ranking of the best architecture schools in California. Designed for students looking to complete or continue their education, the ranking assesses architecture schools in California. In order to create the list…

Embracer Group acquires rights to Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit through Middle-earth Enterprises

Interested in knowing what’s next for the gaming industry? Join gaming executives to discuss emerging parts of the industry in October at GamesBeat Summit Next. Register today. Video game conglomerate Embracer Group has agreed to acquire the intellectual property rights…

Dick Conte Quartet will play Sonoma

A: This Bay Area man has been a professional musician for over 60 years and has played more notes than there are grains of sand on Ipanema Beach. Q. Who is Dick Conte? This fictional response “Jeopardy” only tells part…

Restaurant owners eye electric kitchens as gas restrictions increase

As more municipalities, particularly in California, place restrictions on the use of gas-powered appliances in new construction, some restaurants may need to consider converting their operations to electric equipment. Los Angeles was the latest city to introduce legislation banning the…

Janie B. Cheaney: Truth and Consequence

HOST NICK EICHER: Today is Wednesday August 17th. Good morning! This is The world and all in it of WORLD Radio supported by listeners. I am Nick Eicher. MARY REICHARD, HOST: And I’m Mary Reichard. Truth and consequence. Your truth,…

Wealth of Lamorinda’s health on display at Moraga Commons

Posted on August 17, 2022 Wealth of Lamorinda’s health on display at Moraga Commons Submitted by Brenda Luster Sunday Strong instructors at Moraga Commons Park Photo provided Lamorinda is filled with health conscious citizens who run, walk their dogs, cycle…

Downtown Portland among worst cities in pandemic rebound, study finds

When it comes to recovering from the pandemic, downtown Portland brings up the rear. That’s the conclusion of researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, who are using GPS data from cellphones to see how many people are returning to…

Oakland’s beloved Ethiopian spot expands into huge new space

Cafe ColucciAddress until August: 6427 Telegraph Ave., OaklandOpening September 6: 5849 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland In case you haven’t noticed the painted windows on Telegraph Avenue proclaiming the news yet, another venerable 31-year-old restaurant is closing its doors. But no…

Bay Area sees unexpected gender gap in homeownership

Hello, Bay Area. It’s Monday, August 15, and a heat wave is expected this week in parts of the Bay Area. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. An analysis of 2020 census data shows that single…

Tickets Available for Alicia Dattner’s New Stand-Up Show

This fall, award-winning comedian Alicia Dattner brings her new stand-up show, Are You Dressed for the Apocalypse?, to Marsh Berkeley. This hilarious work explores what’s so funny (or not) about climate change, Instagram and Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Directed by Tom…

What “Big Resignation” Means for New Workers

The first time we heard the term the “big quit” took place in the fall of 2021 – although the concept itself is not new – when a large wave of workers began leaving their jobs with no specific alternative…

The five best bike paths in Boston, one of the most bike-friendly cities in the United States, according to a new study

If you’re in Boston or en route to Boston and love to ride a bike, you’re in luck: New research has found the Hub to be the fourth-best city in the nation for cyclists. Using factors such as air quality,…

My Psychic Powers: A True Story

Keeping in mind that I have no credibility, this is the real story of my psychic powers, which I don’t believe. The reader can decide if I have psychic powers or not. I already told you that I don’t believe…

Cal’s Cool Collab – California Golden Bears Athletics

Kyle McRae Peter and Jackson Sirmon after recent practice at Berkeley. Facebook08/12/2022 17:28 | From: Kyle McRae Golden Bears father and son football duo take low-key approach Ask Cal defensive coordinator Peter Simon about…

Berkeley restaurants top list of East Bay’s best brunches: report

BERKELEY, CA – If you love a delicious brunch, you’ve come to the right place. Eater SF has compiled a list of 19 restaurants worth sampling and five are right here in Berkeley. The others are in Oakland and Richmond,…

Filipino-inspired Churro Turon ice cream lands at Humphry Slocombe Via Señor Sisig

Thanks to a sweet collaboration between two popular companies, a Filipino-inspired ice cream flavor is now available at all six Bay Area Humphry Slocombe locations. The experimental ice cream company has teamed up with the now permanent Filipino American restaurant…

Nature in Your Neighborhood Event Shares Places and Ways to Enjoy and Appreciate All of Nature | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – Sometimes nature can be enjoyed just down the road, in a local park or in an unexpected place. A collaborative pilot program, Nature in the Neighborhood, has just ended and successfully shared the idea that sometimes nature is…

The world’s first space hotel is opening soon and here’s what to know about it

The race to make humans a multiplanetary species has been going on for over a hundred years now. With rockets launched to the moon almost daily, humans have continued to advance in this quest to occupy places beyond the earth….

More and more wine sellers are making representation of diverse winemakers a priority

Placeholder while loading article actions We used to think that wine was steeped in tradition, with France at the center of the world. A classic restaurant or retail wine list would start with Bordeaux and Burgundy, then move on to…

5 Parks and Natural Areas to Enjoy in Berkeley This Summer

BERKELEY, CA – The East Bay area is full of places to get a breath of fresh air and enjoy the benefits of nature with its expanses of green parks, beaches, trails, lagoons, farms and lakes . Whether you enjoy…

Study finds hotel shelters for homeless people reduce use of emergency services

A study by researchers at UC Berkeley and UCSF found that placing homeless people in hotels led to reduced use of emergency services. According to campus researcher and study co-author Mark Fleming, the research team analyzed data tables to compare…

City secures $15 million state grant to improve Berkeley Marina

People explore the Ashby Shoal for seaweed and creatures during a recent gathering organized by Berkeley’s DragonMax boat team. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight The Berkeley Marina is set to receive an influx of cash following a successful lobbying campaign for…

College students scramble for affordable housing

Comment this story Comment The end of summer is always stressful for Jordan Hubbard as he tries to find accommodation for the upcoming semester. This year is even worse: the military benefits that helped pay for his tuition and housing…

End Zone for August 9 | 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 by 4 p.m. on Sunday each week and can be submitted by email…

Like COVID-19, Monkeypox is heavily affecting Bay Area Latinos. Are we ready?

The other question is about being in multi-generational households or large households, or whether you’re in a shelter or single-room hotel with other roommates. With COVID-19 we had hotels, places where people could go so they could isolate themselves safely….

Everett and Jones owner reflects on his mother’s death from COVID

It’s been almost a year since Mary Everett, the owner of Berkeley Everett and Jones’ barbecue destination, died of COVID-19. Ask anyone who’s lost a parent, though, and they’ll tell you that the first year after the loss goes by…

Cheap material could effectively capture carbon from exhaust gas

Using an inexpensive polymer called melamine – the main component of Formica – chemists have created a cheap, easy and energy-efficient way to capture carbon dioxide from fireplaces, a key goal for the United States and others countries as they…

MLS official comes full circle with Minnesota MLS All-Star Game

As the Major League Soccer All-Star Celebration headed to Allianz Field this week, league deputy commissioner and chief architect Mark Abbott returned to suburban St. Paul on Sunday for a homecoming. It has been 50 years to the day since…

Aware of August 7, 2022 | Journal-news

Toni Saylor’s Summer Concert Series 2022 MARTINSBURG — Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation is hosting the 2022 Toni Saylor Summer Concert Series, held at War Memorial Park Thursday nights through August 11 from 7-8:30 p.m. Performance schedule: August 11: Cazhmière…

Undocumented workers feed us. No matter what you think about immigration, they deserve health care.

Here’s the question I’m wrestling with: Should my home state of California offer subsidized health care coverage to undocumented immigrants? No need to weigh. The question is debatable. California will soon become the first state to offer universal access to…

Jerry Budrick, original Chez Panisse server and former co-owner, dies at 78

Jerry Budrick, one of Chez Panisse’s first servers and a longtime presence as the Berkeley restaurant’s maitre d’, has died aged 78. Budrick died July 24 after a five-year battle with esophageal cancer. Born Gerald Budrick on February 23, 1944,…

Appeals court halts construction of Berkeley People’s Park | app

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Construction of student housing at historic People’s Park in Berkeley, Calif., is on hold after an appeals court ordered an injunction late Thursday, a day after protesters forced the ‘University of California at Berkeley to halt…

Cal Performances celebrates 20 years of Berkeley/Oakland AileyCamp

BERKELEY, Calif. — Since 2002, more than 1,000 Bay Area middle schoolers have participated in Berkeley/Oakland AileyCamp, a six-week, full-scholarship summer program produced by UC Berkeley’s Cal Performances that promotes personal development through dance. “Performance is a medium through which…

Restaurant workers seek rights-defining legislation / Public News Service

Restaurant workers fled the industry throughout the Great Resignation, with no end in sight. In order to codify the necessities for better working conditions, Restaurant Opportunities Centers United has worked to develop the Restaurant Workers Bill of Rights. The package…

Empress Of Shares ‘Turn The Table’ Video, 2022 Tour Dates

Empress Of’s latest EP, Save me, was released last June and it’s another collection of sparkling indie pop songs from Lorely Rodriguez. Today, she shared the latest video from the project in the Jerome AB-directed music video for “Turn The…

University of California awarded Teri McKeever despite bullying allegations

Since 2010, university administration and athletic department officials have received more than 30 complaints from swimmers and their parents alleging bullying behavior by McKeever, SCNG reported. However, the highly decorated 60-year-old coach has received just under $3 million in total…

History in (re)fabrication • The Nob Hill Gazette

See Arch’s integration of skylights into the foyer allowed Wendy Thysell to incorporate deep hues and wall finishes. | Photo courtesy of Photographer: Vivian Johnson; General Contractor: Aj Roston & Associates; Joinery: Greenport Designs; Direction: Studio D From front to…

Dorchester County Obituaries July 19-25 | Obituary

ARDISFrances Knight, 89, of Harleyville died July 17. Arrangements from Bryant Funeral Home of St. George. BLANDINFranck Paul, 70, from Summerville died July 20. Arranged by the Palmetto Cremation Society of North Charleston. BRAGGMichael E. Jr., 33, of Summerville died…