Ivan Jutamulia’s passion for soccer began at the age of four and continues to this day
Cafe Clem recently closed and reopened due to a financial struggle with the new minimum wage in Berkeley
Only two blocks away from Berkeley High School, in the YMCA Teen Center, a passionate group of tutors, counselors, and students in the Y Scholars program thrive
Mike Lee, a homeless resident of Berkeley, is one of four candidates running for mayor of the city
Although many people begin practicing sports at a very young age, only a few continue to diligently strive towards making them a part of their lives
2235 Milvia Street occupies a special spot in the Berkeley High School students’ lunch plans
Free Admission to SF Botanical Gardens, December 25 or January 5
San Francisco’s extensive and beautiful collection of all things green is opening its doors for free on select days, from 7:30 AM to 4 PM. The unique climatic conditions of the Bay Area are perfect for the twelve different global sections, the garden houses.
Berkeley High School halted regular curriculum to focus on anti-racism and to conduct two school assemblies on December 9. The day of learning came as a response to racist messages posted on a library computer that included heavy use of the n-word and threats of a “public lynching” of black students on that day.
Seven surviving victims and five families of students killed by the fifth-floor balcony collapse this past June filed a total of twelve lawsuits against the building’s owner, property manager, building contractor, and various subcontractors on November 12. An unrelated criminal investigation into the collapse is already underway.