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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,…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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….

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…

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….

Longtime Oakland Developer Gibb Had “Incredible Vision”

Former Oakland Police Lt. Paul Berlin first met Clyde R. “Buzz” Gibb in the 1980s at the Waterfront Plaza Hotel in Oakland. Gibb, the gregarious and successful property developer who founded Thunderbird Properties and became one of the principal owners…

End Zone for January 25 | Journal-news

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The end zone for January 18 | 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…

Fifty years after its dedication: the Pearl Chase Garden at UCSB

By Cheri Rae Education was everything to Pearl Chase, who graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 1909, Santa Barbara Normal School in 1912, taught Santa Barbara High School, and received an honorary doctorate from the Mills College in…

My memories of Joan Didion before she became famous – Press Enterprise

I knew Joan Didion before she became, well, Jeanne Didion. That is, the literary icon Joan Didion. Carlos Cortés, professor emeritus of history at UC Riverside, remembers his friendship with the late Joan Didion. (File photo by David Bauman, The…

Did Harvard just signal the end of the era of testing it started

In the 1920s, Harvard’s adoption of the SAT for admission energized a nascent movement of standardized admissions testing in elite enclaves. In the 1960s, when the University of California (UC) system did the same, it made the admissions testing trend…

Quiroz-Carter sworn in as new Watsonville councilwoman

Vanessa Quiroz-Carter was sworn in as Watsonville City Council’s new 2nd district representative during Tuesday night’s virtual meeting. Quiroz-Carter, a Watsonville native who recently served on the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission, said she was excited to continue former councilman…

Native American inventor, entrepreneur and philanthropist Narinder Kapany left an indelible mark

New Delhi, Jan 13 (IANS): He is considered the “father of fiber optics”, one of the seven “unsung heroes of the 20th century” for his Nobel Prize-winning breakthrough that spawned the internet and is responsible for devices ranging from endoscopes…

Hagerstown Parks and Recreation opens registration for 2022 Hub City 100 Miler – WDVM25 & DCW50

Rivera speaks loudly on DT Daron Payne Sports / 13 hours ago Video Washington secures left tackle position, Leno Jr. signs 3-year, $ 37.5 million extension Sports / 17 hours ago Video In Diamond Miller’s first season start, Maryland crushes…

Racial Inequality in California: What Can the State Do with $ 31 Billion? | State and regional

California is a state of contrasts. On the one hand, it has a budget surplus of $ 31 billion from the earnings of the rich, allowing it to spend record amounts on schools and health care. On the other hand,…

Paul McCreary obituary (1970 – 2021) – Chico, CA

Paul mccrearySep 24, 1970 – Dec 13 2021Chico, CaliforniaPaul Matthew McCreary, 51, former San Ramon man, died on December 13, 2021 at his home in Chico, with his family by his side after bravely battling cancer.Son of Thomas and Fran…

Elizabeth Holmes trial live – Former Theranos chief’s fate hangs in the balance as jurors fail to deliver verdict on Day 4

THE jury in the trial against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is in its second week of deliberations. In March 2018, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission charged former Holmes and Theranos chairman Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani with fraud by…

The Hollywood Reporter hosted an annual Women In Entertainment Breakfast in honor of Jennifer Aniston and Selma Blair

Hollywood journalist (THR) held their annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast last week, honoring Jennifer Aniston with the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award and Selma Blair with the Equity in Entertainment Award. The event coincided with the release of The Hollywood Reporter’s…

Local Pickup Games inspire camaraderie – Berkeley High Jacket

Sports Sophomore Nasir Daniel takes a photo in a casual basketball game on the BHS campus. YASMEEN BAWANY Pickup games are constantly being held in parks around Berkeley, made up of groups of people who come together – often spontaneously…

SAT in the throes of inaccessibility – Berkeley High Jacket

Last Saturday, the SAT was offered at Berkeley High School (BHS). However, only six percent of the students who took the exam were actually from BHS. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a shortage of places for SAT exams at bay…

17 pandemic innovations that are here to stay

Fund: For about a decade, robotics companies have attempted to popularize the use of mobile robots that move the sidewalk at the speed of a running pedestrian, primarily to deliver food from restaurants to residential customers. The technology, however, failed…

Obituary: Jack Fujimoto, 93 years old; Administrator of the College, Promoter of the teaching of the Japanese language

Dr Jack Fujimoto was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Golden Rays with Neck Ribbon, by Consul General Jun Niimi in November 2011 at the Consul General’s official residence in Los Angeles. Masakazu Jack Fujimoto, longtime university professor, promoter…

Choose a topic of your choice, opportunities will follow

Dear Madam, I finished my studies in computer engineering and recently started working in a multinational company. I am interested in pursuing a masters abroad in the field of data analysis or data science. Can you please guide me regarding…

Officials provide update on Michigan high school shooting – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptIlYAGi3Bg Oakland News Now – Officials provide update on Michigan high school shooting – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type…

BL Longform: 19th-century Gilmore colony collapses on farm

Only former slaves and laborers move to Hollister to start their lives anew. BL Longform articles are designed for a quieter reading experience. You can print BenitoLink articles by clicking on the printer icon at the top of each article….

BHS Food Pantry Provides Support to the Berkeley Community – Berkeley High Jacket

Every two weeks, the first and third Tuesday of the month, the sidewalk tables at the intersection of Bancroft Way and Martin Luther King Jr. Way are covered with fresh produce, ready-to-eat and dry goods. Community members, assisted by high…

EN VIVO: Noticias Telemundo Mediodía Con Felicidad Aveleyra, 23 De Noviembre 2021 | News – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – EN VIVO: Noticias Telemundo Mediodía con Felicidad Aveleyra, 23 of November 2021 – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post…

Carol Park’s return to Berkeley

Carol Park When Carol Park ’23 visited Yale on her high school pilgrimage to Northeastern Colleges, she took a photo of herself outside Berkeley’s North Court. Park thought of Yale’s bookbeds and Harkness Tower on his flight back to Nanjing,…

Shore Sports Network / Jeep Store Football Top 10 for November 16, 2021

The end of the season is approaching and we are now one step closer to determining the final No. 1 ranking and Shore Sports Network Team of the Year. The race for first place, however, is still pending. Six Shore…

Future physicists experience research during internship in Rochester: NewsCenter

October 31, 2021 Six Williams, a student at East High School, focuses a camera to take emission measurements on a spectrometer. (Photo credit: Pierre Gourdain) The Center for Matter at Atomic Pressures (CMAP) at the University of Rochester this summer…

Pay What You Can Restaurant in North Charleston Closes Due to Property Management Raising Rental Prices – WCBD News 2

North Charleston Pay What You Can Restaurant Closes Due to Property Management Raising Rental Prices New / 3 hours ago Video Blitz over 2 Week 10 New / 3 hours ago Video Cokie Everest New / 6 hours ago Video…

Best New Restaurants in East Bay 2021 | Food + Drink

While the Alley and Vine menu is constantly changing, always expect high quality fish and meat offerings. Nicolas parisi FLOWER DINNER DESTINATION JUST CLOSE TO ALAMEDA’S MAIN TRAINING. Alley and Vine has made the bold decision to open in December…

Has America Been Overwhelmed by Creeping Credentialism?

Editor’s Note: In this view of the future, students debate “credentialism,” the ever-increasing demand for university degrees. Next week we’ll ask: What is the most dangerous flashpoint for US foreign policy in the coming year? Taiwan? Iran? Or elsewhere? Students…

Candidates vying for Berkeley council seats

Berkeley Town Hall (Photo by Jason Allentoff) Editor’s Note: Many applicants did NOT submit a photo to Jersey Shore Online for this story. BERKELEY – Eight candidates are running for four- or four-year terms on city council in November. The…

Counterpoint: Skip Foreign Languages ​​at Your Peril | Chroniclers

Learning foreign languages ​​connects one person to other people, improves understanding of English and later pays off in unexpected ways. COURTESY / istockphoto.com By James Rosen InsideSources One day in the fall of 1974, I entered a Russian course at…

Four years of math hurts students of color – Berkeley High Jacket

Opinion A student works on problems in a math class. Sasha Balasubramanian Many students might consider math their favorite class. For some, math is a confusingly arranged set of numbers that students need to remember and practice relentlessly. It can…

These are the most sought after majors in the world

If you are one of the super competitive kids looking to gain admission into one of the most envious programs offered at some of the most prestigious institutes in the world, here are some details on some of the most…

What happens to the sites named for Ridley-Thomas?

If you walk around Los Angeles County, you might come across the name “Mark Ridley-Thomas” on a pedestrian bridge spanning La Cienega Boulevard. His name has also graced a new wellness center, high school health center, youth facility and “voter…

Honors, events, comings and goings – Oct. 2021 – J.

Honors Yonatan Winetraub, who holds an MD from Stanford, is one of the recipients of the National Institutes of Health’s Early Independence Award of $ 1.25 million. Winetraub’s fame came as a co-founder of SpaceIL, the organization that crashed an…

Tilden’s “Ranger Tim” hooted owls and folded eucalyptus in jungle gyms

“Ranger Tim” Gordon. Credit: East Bay Regional Park District The beloved “Ranger Tim” Gordon – aka Ranger Mud, Ranger Danger and Ranger Wiggly – who has led children and adults on endless adventures for 34 years through the hills of…