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EnChroma supports color blind students at the University of Hamburg

– UHH is the first university in Europe to offer special glasses for color blind people – HAMBURG, Germany & BERKELEY, CA, March 21, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–EnChroma – maker of color-blind eyewear – today announced that color-blind students and staff at…

Illawarra rural acreage fetches over $4m months after failing to sell at auction | Mercury of Illawarra

news, local news, High-end properties in Illawarra that did not sell under the hammer nonetheless fetched significant prices in the post-auction period. For example, a listing in the tightly held rural area of ​​Darkes Forest that went up for auction…

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Berkeley Springs Castle

Berkeley Springs Castle was built between 1885 and the early 1890s by a prominent merchant, Samuel Taylor Suit, as a promised wedding gift to his new bride, Rosa Pelham. This iconic 19th century structure is beautiful and well maintained. A…

Three-story building on tap for former restaurant property in Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood – The Denver Post

Groundbreaking is imminent for a former restaurant in Berkeley. Developer John Cianci and his partner Mike Carnes, also a U-Collective broker, plan to begin construction in the coming weeks on a three-story residential project at 3301 W. 38th Ave. The…

People’s Park, once a symbol of peace, turns into a battleground in the housing war

BERKELEY, Calif. — For more than half a century, since activists created People’s Park in the spirit of peace and brotherhood, it has been a battleground. Attempts by the University of California over the years to build on the land,…

Berkeley Tuolumne camp to reopen on 100th anniversary

March 18, 2022Updated: March 18, 2022 1:00 p.m. Tuolumne County, California. Harrison Misfeldt/500px/Getty Located along the South Fork of the Tuolumne River in the Stanislaus National Forest, Berkeley’s popular and historic Camp Tuolumne site will finally reopen on its 100th…

UC Berkeley Blog: Expand State-Funded Housing Opportunities

Just five years ago, an overwhelming majority of funding to address homelessness in California came from the federal government, with little state involvement. The growing number of homeless people – the majority of them homeless – has been left to…

Popular mochi bakery Third Culture opens two locations in SF

San Francisco squishy mochi muffin lovers won’t have to cross the bridge to experience the chewy glory of Third Culture Bakery soon. The Berkeley spot is expanding with two locations in San Francisco this year. The two new locations —…

Changes Coming to Our Kohl’s in Ocean County, NJ and It’s Cool

We already love Kohl’s and the fabulous Kohl’s Cash. Changes are coming to our local Kohl’s in Ocean County, NJ, at our Toms River and Manahawkin locations. Recently, Kohl’s announced the expansion of some of its stores across the country….

The Most Anticipated Spring Restaurant and Bar Openings in the San Francisco Bay Area

Just three months into the new year, San Francisco and the East Bay have already welcomed an impressive list of new restaurants, bars and bakeries, including a Mission District sandwich shop from a star chef, an oasis on the Nikkei…

New California law prevents UC Berkeley enrollment decline

“I am grateful to the Legislature for acting quickly on this critical issue? This sends a clear signal that California will not let lawsuits get in the way of the education and dreams of thousands of students, our future leaders…

End Zone for March 15 | 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…

Governor Newsom signs legislation to guarantee access for incoming UC Berkeley students

Published: March 14, 2022 SACRAMENTO — Governor Gavin Newsom today signed legislation to ensure students in the incoming class at UC Berkeley can enroll on campus this fall. A recent court order could have forced UC Berkeley to close the…

The Berkeley is collaborating with the British wellness brand for a new holistic pop-up

In the buzz of what is The Collins Room at The Berkeley hotel, finding zen is a daunting task. In the middle of the afternoon, the atmosphere is decidedly glamorous. The fashionista-influenced Pret-a-Portea afternoon tea is underway in the room…

Bielat Santore & Company Sells The Waters Edge, Berkeley Township, New Jersey | News

TOWNSHIP OF BERKELEY, NJ, March 14, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “When I started in the real estate business over forty years ago, there were restaurants and bars along the waterfront along the New Jersey coast”, declares Barry Belat of, Bielat Santore…

Berkeley community reflects on two years of COVID-19

As UC Berkeley marks the second anniversary of the campus’ transition to distance learning on March 10, 2020, the campus community reflects on the unforgettable moments of the past two years. From campus pandemic response to areas of personal growth,…

Apply soon to become an East Bay District Lifeguard

Want a good summer job? The East Bay Regional Park District is looking to hire 50 new lifeguards for the 2022 swim season. The district operates 10 bathing areas including lakes, lagoons and pools. The lifeguard position is full-time seasonal…

Victims identified in accident outside Parthenon restaurant in DC

As they were placing their orders at the DC restaurant, an SUV sped across Connecticut Avenue, jumped the sidewalk and slammed into a cluster of sidewalk tables filled with diners. Bloom, 76, was killed, as was another woman, Terese Dudnick…

Hidden inside a Boston photographer’s 3,000 rolls of film are never-before-seen photos of rock gods from the 1960s and 1970s

Known at the time as “Master Blaster”, the club’s elegant emcee, Daniels kept his camera close to him as he befriended touring artists, gaining free access oversight beyond the stage and a unique perspective on what turned out to be…

Cédric Grolet at the Berkeley, London W1: “Rising blood sugar in Europe” – restaurant review | Food

IIt takes a considerable amount of French bluster to show up in London and rename Afternoon Tea, but if anyone can do it, Cédric Grolet is the man. Grolet is one of the greatest pastry chefs who currently roam the…

Lawmakers find way to let UC Berkeley increase enrollment

Scrambling to short-circuit a court-ordered enrollment freeze at the University of California, Berkeley, state lawmakers on Friday unveiled a proposed amendment to a landmark environmental law that would allow the university to admitting students at its previously planned level despite…

Is California Doing Enough to Address Homelessness?

California Governor Gavin Newsom visits a longtime encampment along Highway 80 in Berkeley, California. (John G. Mabanglo-Pool/Getty Images) In his State of State Addresses On Tuesday, California Governor Gavin Newsom told his audience that “just a few years ago, California…

20 Best Small Southern Towns to Live In

The American South, considered any area south of the Mason-Dixon line, is known for its hospitality, regional cuisines, and expansive landscapes. Some towns offer historical attractions and outdoor activities while others have picturesque views and sweeping landscapes. According to Texas…

7 Reasons Berkeley Is A Happy Place For Museum Lovers

Are you a museum lover? Everywhere, museums open their doors to visitors. Around the world, treasured institutions are hosting living virtual tours and exquisite traveling exhibitions. As a result, access to our museum’s treasures has never been more accessible or…

LA moves to lift vaccine verification mandate at domestic businesses

Members of the Los Angeles City Council took the first step Wednesday toward lifting vaccine verification requirements at many indoor businesses, the latest in a series of rule relaxations as the Omicron push wears off regularly. Although not yet final,…

Here’s your chance to conduct the Downey Symphony — The Downey Patriot

“A wonderful experience,” Aaron said, and he thanked Bernice Mancebo Stumps for inviting him to pass the baton. When Bernice won the auction, she dedicated it in honor of her grandson, Christopher Parks. Aaron volunteers for the Downey Foundation for…

Celebrating Women in STEM | The star of the day

Wed, Mar 9, 2022 4:08 PM Last updated on: Wed, Mar 9, 2022 4:15 PM The key to progress has always been science. This led to the modern world we see today, and yet women are deprived of this field…

Glassdoor’s #3 Best Job in the US Sees Job Growth Increase by 480%

BY Meghan Malas08 March 2022, 18:12 Data science is a relatively new field, although the demand for study programs suggests that it is likely to stay. In the past decade alone, New York University has established a Data Science CenterMIT…

Vegan kreplach and the secret to tender and delicious hamantaschen – Marin Independent Journal

As a trained chef and registered dietitian, Micah Siva has already helped thousands of people eat healthier through his vegan-centric food blog, Nosh with Micah, nutrition workshops and recipe development for adults. businesses (Nestle) and small (Oaktown Spice Shop) ….

Signs of authority issues in Idaho

I posted one of these pictures on Facebook and mentioned that you know there are people who have authority issues! They come from three separate places. Some from Jerome’s Park on the north side of Snake River Canyon. People use…

Northern Irish pair Clare Smyth and Paddy McKillen celebrated on London’s Best Food list

Two pioneers from Northern Ireland feature on an illustrious list of the most influential Irish hospitality professionals in London. Clare Smyth, from County Antrim, and Paddy McKillen, from Belfast, are both on the Murphia 2022 list, which celebrates the UK…

Maurice Wilson Obituary (1929 – 2022) – Charlotte, NC

Maurice Henry Wilson, Jr. November 27, 1929 – March 5, 2022 Charlotte, North Carolina – Maurice Henry Wilson Jr., the only child of the late Maurice Henry Wilson Sr. and Mary Louise Polen Wilson, was born at Charlotte Presbyterian Hospital…

jerry williams | Obituaries | journal-news.net

Jerry Williams Jerry Williams, 73, of Falling Waters, West Virginia, stamped his final Earth-to-Heaven passport on March 3, 2022. He was born November 13, 1948, to James Randolph Williams and Carrie Marie Collins Williams. He was a long-time resident of…

UNCP appoints Pollard as provost

PEMBROKE — Marsha Pollard, an esteemed higher education professional with more than two decades of experience in strategic planning, executive-level leadership and academic administration at top national universities, has been named provost and vice -Chancellor for Academic Affairs at…

Meal Notes: Drink Pink and Buy Cookies to Show Your Mean Girls Tour Love | Omaha dinners

To celebrate the arrival of traveling Broadway musical “Mean Girls” at the Orpheum Theater on Tuesday, a few Omaha businesses are offering specials in shades of pink. Eileen’s Cookies, near 74th Street and Pacific Street, bakes pink and white cookies…

Joe Crowley produces a Broadway show with an ex-con

The swamp comes to Broadway. Former Congressman and Queens Democratic boss Joe Crowley directs a second act as a Broadway producer alongside a notorious industry ex-con. The show, “Paradise Square”, is presented on Broadway by Garth Drabinsky. Drabinsky, a true…

Some Bay Area colleges are keeping COVID-19 mask mandates

Elementary, middle and high school students will soon be removing their masks, but young adults and their twenties will have to keep them on at some local universities and colleges. San Jose State and San Francisco State are among several…

How the antiquated environmentalism of the 1970s led to UC Berkeley’s disastrous decision

California’s Supreme Court upheld on Thursday what most of us who live here already knew: Neither a deadly pandemic that has exacerbated entrenched inequalities, nor the looming threat of climate catastrophe, could unleash the vice of the NIMBYs with free…

UK debate sophomores get automatic offer for 2022 National Debate Tournament

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (March 4, 2022) — The Kentucky Intercollegiate Debate team of sophomores David Griffith and Jordan Di has received a “first-round offer” or automatic invite to the 2022 National Debate Tournament (NDT). Only the top 16 teams in the…

Calendar of events (from March 5 to 13, 2022)

by Andrew Alonzo | [email protected] What’s going on Claremont? Friday March 4 The Joslyn Center war and existentialism book club meets the first Friday of each month from 4-5 p.m. via Zoom. The discussion book for March is “The Stranger”…

Net worth of Marcus Wareing 2022, income

marcus wareing net worth Known for his work on BBC’s MasterChef: Tes professionals, Marcus Wareing is a famous English chef. You’ve certainly seen him work alongside chef Monica Galetti, regularly judging and advising other professional chefs. Its secondary business is…

The Kasteel Well community feels mixed emotions about the war between Ukraine and Russia

Just 1,200 miles from the fighting in Ukraine, students and faculty at Emerson’s Kasteel Well campus anxiously watch history unfold as Europe teeters on the brink of war. Last week’s Russian invasion has drawn condemnation from the Member States of…

Remembering Ruth Armstrong, co-founder of Berkeley Path Wanderers

Ruth Armstrong. Credit: Family of Ruth Armstrong Ruth Armstrong – artist, community activist and co-founder of Berkeley Path Wanderers – died on January 24 at age 71 in Cambria, California. Co-founder Jacque Ensign credits Ruth with the idea of ​​a…

Summary of Charlotte’s efforts to improve economic mobility | WFAE 90.7

Charlotte has invested approximately $400 million in expanding pre-kindergarten and creating and preserving affordable housing as ways to improve children’s chances of escaping poverty. The push came after Charlotte ranked last among 50 major cities in a Harvard and University…

New restaurants open in Berkeley and Oakland in February 2022

February was supposed to be sunny, short and hopeful, with the worldwide shortage of Rice Krispies being the only drama worth mentioning. Then last week it snowed in the East Bay and Russia invaded Ukraine, and we once again learned…

Shortage of child care workers affects half a million families | national

It is estimated that nearly half a million families are stranded without reliable daycareworsening the labor shortage in the country as parents continue to stay at home, according to a new report. The report, released Tuesday by Wells Fargo economists,…

Oliveto throws a special Mardi Gras party with a laid-back twist

Before the pandemic, Oliveto’s dining room was the location for many parties, like this 2015 celebration with the guest cast of 7 Fingers. Credit: Oliveto/Facebook What: Oliveto Mardi Gras Celebration (5655 College Ave., Oakland)When: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 1 Menu…

BBC Tales from a Kitchen Garden: Marcus Wareing’s friendship with Gordon Ramsay that ‘got nasty’

TV chef Marcus Wareing has had a long and successful career dating back to the 1980s and as a familiar face to cooking show fans, the 51-year-old has worked in several Michelin-starred restaurants over the years – and even has…

It was not Richard Nixon who changed relations with China

Not necessarily. The trip was certainly a breakthrough for many things, including the relationship between the United States and China being made peaceful and stable. But it also marked the culmination of new trends in the United States that had…

Martinsburg Rotary to Host Pickleball Tournament as Sport Grows | Journal-news

INWOOD — Rotarian Rob Lowe recalled a moment during the COVID pandemic when his wife told him it was time to get out. “My wife got sick of me being home,” he laughed. Being immunocompromised and waiting for his shot,…

The 5 Best German Restaurants in Oakland, CA

Below is a list of the best German restaurants in Oakland. To help you find the best German restaurants near you in Oakland, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. The best German restaurants…

Grace Chou: The Challenges of Commercializing Academic Innovation | Undergraduate research

Title Challenges of commercializing academic innovation Mentor Grace Chou department Research & Innovation Organic sketch As Director of Innovation and Commercialization, Grace Chou leads the overall advancement of the University’s technology commercialization activities and its Innovation Center, a hub for…

Flintridge Sacred Heart Debate Team Participates in Cal Invitational Sponsored by UC Berkeley Debate – Pasadena Schools

Eleven members of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy team participated in the UC Berkeley Debate-sponsored Cal Invitational over the weekend. Five competed from home and six traveled to Berkeley to compete from the Doubletree Hotel. We explored the UC campus,…

Berkeley’s NIMBYs shed light on adverse effects of CEQA – Press Telegram

SACRAMENTO — Researchers at UC Berkeley in 1995 conducted a comprehensive investigation of California’s environmental quality law and said the landmark environmental law “could be improved” by toughening its standards and expanding regulatory oversight. . The researchers were especially concerned…

Bay Area cities receive millions in public funds for homeless camps

New public funds will help Bay Area cities clean up homeless encampments from San Jose’s Guadalupe River Park to Richmond’s Castro Street – part of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recent push to eliminate the sprawling camps that have taken over California’s…

‘It Means Fixing’: What You Need to Know About Reparations for Black Californians

The call for reparations is specifically about race and slavery, but it touches on fundamental issues of accountability and fairness. In 1850, California entered the union as a slave-free state. Yet the state benefited from the exploitation of enslaved black…

West Virginia House Passes Two Need Exemption Certificate Bills | News, Sports, Jobs

Of the. John Kelly said he supported opioid treatment facilities but believed they still needed to go through the certificate of need process. (Photo courtesy of WV Legislative Photography) CHARLESTON — A day after rejecting several…

NJRHA President Howell Police Captain will be on ThePoint/TheHawk

Can you believe we’re about to do show #4 of “Shore Time with Vin and Dave”? It’s been an exciting and fun start to this new talk show we have Sunday mornings from 6-8am on 94.3ThePoint and 105.7TheHawk. We also…

Three Seminoles named to CCAA preseason All-Conference team

Tallahassee, Florida – On Wednesday, Feb. 23, the CCSA named Alaina Chacon, Maddie Anderson and Brook Bauer to the All-Conference Preseason Team and Jordan Polo to the Watch List for the upcoming 2022 season. The three Seminole student-athletes from the…

Neat project but what is it on Long Beach Island, NJ

It’s a time of year when Long Beach Island is a little quieter, but while tourists are heading home, locals are working to get things organized for the upcoming season. It’s shaping up to be a fantastic summer this coming…

California plan would streamline housing laws for colleges

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California Senator Scott Wiener introduced legislation on Tuesday that would exempt the state’s public colleges and universities from an environmental review process that often slows construction in the state, as the University of California is fighting…

Fubler and Maybury inducted as honorary members

Bermuda College recently welcomed Glenn Fubler and Christopher Maybury as honorary members. A spokesperson said: “The Company of Honorary Fellows at Bermuda College inducted Mr. Glenn Fubler and Mr. Christopher Maybury as new Fellows at ceremonies recently held in Bermuda…

California to reward student volunteers with aid — but spend half the money on overhead | State and Region

A new California program to financially reward students for volunteering has drawn national Warning — but less than half of its budgeted money goes to actual student aid. The California Volunteers University body The program, backed by $159 million in…

This Big Joe drink will make you hot and fuzzy

This is the official Big Joe drink of the Polar Bear Plunge 2022. No matter the temperature outside, when you dive into the 30 degree ocean waters, you’re going to be cold. My hot toddy will make you feel warm…

JOE MATHEWS: A citizens’ assembly for the homeless | Opinion

You’ve all made real progress in solving California’s long-running homelessness crisis — from instituting the use of hotels as temporary housing to securing billions in new funding. But the crisis persists. And its costs – for the welfare of homeless…

Irene Evangelatos Obituary (1925 – 2022) – Charlotte, NC

Irene Evangelatos December 21, 1925 – February 16, 2022 Charlotte, NC – Irene Evangelatos, 96, died Wednesday afternoon, February 16, 2022. She was born December 21, 1925, in Klavsion, Evrytania, Greece, to the late George and Hersanthe Hamberis Kiritsis. Irene…

Dissatisfied with the university you have chosen? Here’s everything you need to know about transferring schools

Unhappy with the extreme winter on the east coast? Want to switch to a college with a smaller cohort? Want to pursue a major offered by another university? Do not worry. You can transfer to a university of your choice…

UC Berkeley students are now considered pollutants under California environmental law

College students are an environmental burden. That’s essentially what Alameda County Superior Court Judge Brad Seligman ruled this week when he froze enrollment increases at UC Berkeley in response to a lawsuit filed by a local group. NIMBY called Save…

BTA Releases 2021 Visitor Arrivals Report

The BTA released the 2021 Visitor Arrivals Report – which showed the total number of leisure air visitors was down 71.2% from 2019 – and said that while there are “reasons to be optimistic”, the “absolute reality is that a…

COVID-19: San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, CA metro area among the safest in America

2022-02-17 The United States reported more than 1,167,000 new coronavirus cases in the seven days ending February 15, bringing the total number to more than 77.0 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. There have been more than 912,000 COVID-19 related deaths…

College endowments skyrocketed in fiscal year 2021, study finds

College and university endowments posted dizzying returns in fiscal year 2021, with endowments of all sizes increasing by at least 20%, according to a new study. The average university endowment size increased 35% to $1.1 billion, and the median endowment…

Main Street in East Aurora flooded today [PHOTOS]

It was a downright messy and miserable day in Western New York. Wednesday’s weather was pretty nice for February, rising into the 50s with a breeze, but Thursday saw nothing but heavy rain, wind and yes, flooding. All of western…

Crypto Exchange FTX Will Sponsor Nerd Street Esports Championships

Former world No. 1 tennis player Ana Ivanovic and Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti are among several sports stars to buy virtual islands in The Sandbox, the blockchain-based virtual world computer game. The islands were also bought by Bayern Munich…

Cranbury reporter charged with murder at Rt. 130 dead the wrong way

CRANBURY – The 36-year-old woman charged with murder after the wrong-headed death of a 95-year-old man on Route 130 is a community journalist in Middlesex County. Lisa Pollitt, of Cranbury, works for New Brunswick Today, which describes itself as a…

Aggie Square plans to make Sacramento a center for life sciences

Sacramento Elected officials and officials at the University of California, Davis were set to dig ceremonial shovels into the dirt on Wednesday to dedicate a new $1 billion, 8-acre life sciences campus that they say will will reshape Sacramento’s reputation…

ElderHouse Announces Six New Board Members

Elderhouse, a leader in adult day care and caregiver support, announces the appointment of six new members to its Board of Directors: Eileen T. Cahill, Eileen M. Carty, Andrea Coreau, Jennifer Kelly, Colette Lesperance and Laura Roberts. These appointments bring…

Shocking: Less Than Half of CA College Volunteer Reward Program Funds Going to Students – GV Wire

Lea este artículo en Spanish. A new California program to financially reward students for volunteering has drawn national Warning — but less than half of its budgeted money goes to actual student aid. Mikhail Zinshteyn To analyse Cal Matters The…

Local event one of hundreds of concerts, bicentenary celebrations of Frederick Law Olmsted

An April 30 event at Lake Wailes Park is more than a local celebration, it’s part of a much larger celebration of a famous father-son duo who changed the face of North America. April 26, 2022 marks the 200th anniversary…

McCormick Place prepares to host inspired home show again after two-year COVID hiatus – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — The Chicago Auto Show draws large crowds on day three of the event at McCormick Place. Next up for the convention center: The Inspired Home Show, formerly known as the Housewares Show, which has been canceled for…

Chartered Banker Institute and Accredible: Digital Credentials Allow Members to Demonstrate Professional Qualifications | Business

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 14, 2022– Accredible, the world’s leading digital credential platform, today announced a partnership with the Chartered Banker Institute (“the Institute”) to bring verifiable, secure and shareable digital credentials to members of the Institute. Institute members are…

The love of a dying Venice: resilience in the face of overtourism

He lit his cigarette, leaned back and remembered Venice as if it were a lost lover. Blue-green canals for rowing with your children; quaint restaurants just around the corner; familiar and friendly faces throughout the neighborhood. The dolce vida. For…

In an era of rising prices, college is next

Around the world, the coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for businesses to produce and for people to buy goods. As a result, the price of things like meat, cars, and fuel has gone up. Something else is also expected…

Eldora Armstrong Obituary (1921 – 2022) – Charlotte, NC

Eldora Arlyene Armstrong September 19, 1921 – January 29, 2022 Charlotte, NC – Arlyene Armstrong died on the morning of Saturday, January 29, 2022. She was 100 years old. Beloved and strong matriarch, she led a remarkable and fascinating life….

New York crypto couple implicated in ‘Heist of the Century’

In June 2020, Heather Morgan wrote a column for Forbes titled “Experts Share Tips to Protect Your Business From Cybercriminals.” Now US authorities claim she was more of an expert than she lets on. On Tuesday, the budding entrepreneur and…

Passages of this week | Seattle weather

Jeremy Giambi, The 47-year-old, who played for the Oakland Athletics and three other teams during his six-year Major League Baseball career, was found dead Wednesday morning in Southern California. Joel Wolfe, Giambi’s agent, said he died at his parents’ home…

The projects could bring more than 500 new apartments

The Lair, an eight-story, 40-unit apartment proposal, would occupy the site at 2440 Shattuck Avenue at Haste Street in downtown Berkeley. Credit: Johnson Lyman Architects Developers are proposing plans for four new apartment complexes along Shattuck, University and San Pablo…

Patricia Baker Obituary (1933 – 2022) – Richland, WA

Patricia (Pat) Ann Baker October 5, 1933 – February 5, 2022 Richland, Wash. – Pat passed away on February 5, 2022, at the age of 88. Born in Phoenix, AZ on October 5, 1933, to Irene and Paul Woodward. The…

The 25 Best Feeder Schools for Investment Banking

Not surprisingly, Harvard University and New York University are the best feeder schools for a Wall Street career, according to Wall Street Oasis’ 2022 Investment Banking Industry Report. There are a myriad of factors that go into selecting the best…

Pittsfield receives $396,000 grant to address youth violence

The City of Pittsfield has received a grant of nearly $400,000 to address youth violence in the city. The money, $396,034.80 in total, is part of $11.2 million in Shannon grants awarded to municipalities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Funds…

La Perla Celebrates a Year of Serving Puerto Rican Cuisine to Oakland Residents

La Perla, Puerto Rican restaurant in East Oakland. Credit: Amir Aziz The Pearl3409 Fruitvale Ave. (near Bienati Way), Oakland La Perla, one of the only Puerto Rican restaurants in the East Bay, opened its doors four years ago in the…

Emerson is on FIRE’s 2022 ‘Ten Worst Colleges for Free Speech’ list

Photo: Courtesy/Izzy Desmarais FIRE’s “Truck of Shame” announces its 2022 list of “Ten Worst Colleges for Free Speech” around the Emerson campus. An education advocacy group has named Emerson one of the “worst colleges for free speech,” rooted in its…

The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit game and movie rights are up for sale

Film, game and live event merchandising rights are sold by the current owner of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. Things are about to get interesting in the land of Middle-earth. According to Variety, Zaentz Co. is…

The reference pyramid enters in 2022 with strong growth momentum

Late 2021 additions bring global portfolio to over 240 hotels, with more to come BOSTON, MA and THE WOODLANDS, TX/ACCESSWIRE/February 9, 2022/ On the heels of its merger in 2021, global hospitality organization Benchmark Pyramid ended the year well positioned…

Clorox: UC Berkeley names Clorox its official cleaning and disinfection partner

BERKELEY, Calif. (February 8, 2022) UC Berkeley and The Clorox Company today announced an exclusive agreement making Clorox the official cleaning and disinfectant partner of UC Berkeley. The relationship is founded on the principle of “Coming Together”, a theme with…

Biden’s Supreme Court nominee should have 5 key qualities

By Benes Aldana (February 8, 2022, 4:22 PM EST) – Now that President Joe Biden has reiterated his campaign promise, we know that the next person to undergo a confirmation trial by the United States Supreme Court will be a…

What to know about the study of COVID-19 lockdowns and deaths by economists

Fox News and other outlets are touting a new study that looked at the impact of early COVID-19 lockdowns on mortality from the disease. The stories are accompanied by explosive headlines that say research by Johns Hopkins University found lockdowns…

Intel launches $1 billion fund to create foundry innovation ecosystem

SANTA CLARA, Calif., February 7, 2022 — Intel today announced a new $1 billion fund to support early-stage startups and established companies developing disruptive technologies for the foundry ecosystem. A collaboration between Capital Intel and Intel Foundry Services (IFS), the…

Trump’s top staffer highlights Montana’s economy in Billings

He was a top executive for President Donald Trump and also served as Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff. Now Marc Short is the head of the Coalition to Protect American Workers. Short joined Montana Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT),…

These are the counties in the San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, California metro area where COVID-19 is growing fastest

2022-02-05 After adding more than 2,974,000 new cases over the past week, the United States now has more than 74.7 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. There have been more than 880,000 COVID-19 related deaths – the highest death toll of…

Contra Costa County drops proof of vaccination and negative test requirement at restaurants and gyms – CBS San Francisco

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY (CBS SF) – Contra Costa County health officials announced Friday that certain businesses, including restaurants and gyms, are no longer required to check customers for proof of vaccinations or a test. negative. “We believe the time has…

Discovery reveals how atomic vibrations emerge

A hundred years of physics teach us that collective atomic vibrations, called phonons, can behave like particles or waves. When they hit an interface between two materials, they can bounce back like a tennis ball. If the materials are thin…

Where to find an early breakfast in Berkeley

I am a big breakfast lover: I always feel recharged and ready for the day after a good breakfast. In fact, when I go to bed at night, I’ve already planned what I’m going to have for breakfast the next…

If at first the city does not succeed… | An alternative view | Diana Diamond

Local Blogs By Diana Diamond Email Diana Diamond About This Blog: So much is good and bad about what’s going on in Palo Alto. In this blog, I want to discuss all of this with you. I know many residents…

Kehrberg returns to Bethel for a guest recital

Professor Emeritus of Music Don Kehrberg will give a recital of oboe, cor anglais and tenor on Friday, February 11 at 7 p.m. in the chapel of the administration building, also featuring Tate Addis, piano, and Kevin Kehrberg, bass guitar….

Panties North Hills | Our Northern Hills

Crackerbarrel scheduled for Saturday The Sturgis Area Chamber of Commerce will host the first Legislative Crackerbarrel of the year from 9-11 a.m. Saturday at the Meade County Erskine Building in Sturgis. State Senator Gary Cammack and Representatives Kirk Chaffee and…

Virtua Partners sells Britannia Business Center in the Bay Area for $78 million

Virtua Partners has sold the Britannia Business Center in Pleasanton, Calif., a town in the Bay Area, for $78 million to an anonymous buyer. The 292,000 square foot property is among the most successful R&D campuses in the Bay Area….

Need a place where the kids can burn off energy after school?

The Council offers plenty of space for affordable active entertainment for the whole family. Cool off with a dip in a Council pool or head to a supervised beach, roll around a skate park or BMX track, slide through a…

Maria Empanada opens location on Pearl Street in Boulder

Maria Empanada expands outside of Denver for the first time. The local Argentinian restaurant plans to open a fifth location on Boulder’s Pearl Street in April. “We are spreading our wings,” founder Lorena Cantarovici told BusinessDen. “We test our process,…

Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated: $78 million paid for a four-building R&D/office campus in the Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO, January 31, 2022 –JLL Capital Markets today announced the closing of the $78 million sale of the Britannia Business Center, a state-of-the-art R&D/office campus totaling 292,000 square feet in the Bay Area community of Pleasanton, California. JLL represented…

Have you cast your Yakima vote? The schools are waiting for your decision

More than 44,000 ballots were mailed to registered voters in Yakima County in mid-January for the Feb. 8 special election. Your ballot is expected within a week from Tuesday.The Yakima County Auditors Office says so far 6,851 of more than…

University staff responsible for diversity, equity and inclusion show anti-Israel bias

A recent heritage foundation to study found a strong anti-Israel bias in the social media posts of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) officers at colleges and universities across the United States. These officials criticize Israel much more frequently and much…

A seat for everyone to play chess on Telegraph Avenue

Turning the corner of Telegraph Avenue and Haste Street in Berkeley is an exercise in nostalgia. Suddenly, ever-rotating storefronts, eye-catching new housing and shiny electric cars give way to dozens of people crammed into chessboards – phones out of sight…

UC researchers explore the poor conditions faced by workers in the fast food industry

A recent report by UCLA and UC Berkeley researchers analyzed the lack of protection for fast food workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, among other issues. The researchers began the study after Los Angeles County and the Los Angeles County Board…

Pamplin Media Group – Eastmoreland Historic District issue could be resolved by summer

The effort and controversy has been going on for half a decade. Is it possible that the matter will be decided soon? Rumors of establishing more of the Eastmoreland neighborhood as a federally protected “historic district” began as early as…

Tampa Theater’s ‘Black Love’ Film Series Kicks Off Next Weekend | Events and Movies | Tampa

Click to enlarge Motown Productions Diana Ross in “Mahogany”. During February weekends, Tampa’s stately and historic Tampa Theater will screen four classic films focusing on African-American relationships. Each has a different community partner and guest speakers like “Love & Basketball”…

Berkeley hotels have a lot to offer locals

The rooftop terrace of the new hotel, Aiden by Best Western, at the university and in Sacramento, is open to hotel guests and members of the community. Credit: Kelly Sullivan This story is brought to you by the City of…

The Hottest Rental Markets in the Bay Area

Hello, Bay Area. It’s Friday, Jan. 28, and a lawsuit against San Mateo County accuses the justice system of creating a “financial trap” for low-income people. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Looking for a new…

UC Berkeley Museum of Anthropology Returns Remains of 1860 Massacre to Wiyot Tribe – CBS San Francisco

EUREKA (AP) — The most vulnerable members of the Wiyot tribe were sleeping on the morning of February 26, 1860, when a band of white men crept into their northern California villages in the dark and massacred them . Many…

Rosendale’s filings for Montana’s new Eastern District in Congress

This is actually a historic moment. This is the first time since the early 1990s that Montana will have two members in the United States House of Representatives. And when it comes to Montana’s new Eastern District, Montana Congressman Matt…

UC Berkeley professor Paul Groth has died

Paul Groth, a campus professor at the College of Architecture and Design known for his research on low-income housing, died Jan. 16. Groth spent much of his career studying the architecture that organized the lives of low-income and working-class people,…