City showcase of Adeline Street Corridor plans prompts discussion of race, gentrification

South Berkeley residents and city officials gathered Saturday morning for the opening of an exhibit on the city’s plans for the future of the historic Adeline Street Corridor.


UC Retirement Plan holds bonds in 2 companies building Dakota Access Pipeline

The University of California Retirement Plan, or UCRP, currently holds bonds in Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics, the two companies that are building the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Former UC Berkeley journalism professor Bernard Taper dies at 98

Former UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism professor Bernard Taper, who previously worked at The New Yorker and as one of the Monuments Men after World War II, died Oct. 17 of a bacterial infection. He was 98.

Community mourns victims of ‘Ghost Ship’ fire at Oakland candlelight vigil

Hundreds of people from around the Bay Area brought their candles to a vigil at the Lake Merritt Pergola on Monday night in remembrance of those lost in Friday night’s Oakland warehouse fire