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Past articles by Eden:

Berkeley animal rights activists protest horse deaths at Golden Gate Fields

Members of Direct Action Everywhere protested to complain about the death of nine horses at Golden Gate Fields track this year. → Read More

Berkeley seeks input on how to renovate Ohlone Park

Berkeley will spend $500,000 on upgrading the playgrounds in Ohlone Park and installing a garden at Jean Lamarr's Ohlone mural. → Read More

After move to Oakland, artist Mildred Howard will install her first public artwork in her Berkeley hometown

Howard says the new artwork will be a way to show the hidden talents within the Black community in the parts of South Berkeley that was once African American. → Read More

As Berkeley's Black population dwindles, activists work to build resilience.

Activists gathered at 'State of Black Berkeley' Zoom gathering to discuss inequality, reparations and police violence. → Read More

This Berkeley store imagines a second life for trash, as art

Artist and business owner Frida Godoy crafts fantastical creations from recycled materials at Reuse Arts and Crafts. → Read More

Longtime Berkeley resident celebrates 100th birthday

Longtime Berkeley resident Horace Whitmore celebrated his 100th birthday this week from his home on Alcatraz Avenue. → Read More

A Berkeley High student lost his yearbook in 1979. 42 years later, it turned up

Jim Manheimer was reunited with his yearbook, which had been at the Berkeley Public Library, after the Wall Street Journal ran an article on the origins of the word "hella." → Read More

Award for a 'COVID-19 hero' highlights street medicine's team approach for unhoused in the East Bay

Honoree Mukund Raguram says it's very much a team effort of the work he does providing health care and case management to unhoused communities in the East Bay. → Read More

Memorial for Berkeley 'warriors no longer with us' highlights strain of pandemic, weather on the unhoused

On Saturday, a coalition of advocates for Berkeley’s homeless community gathered online to sing, pray and demand justice for the unhoused people and their supporters who died in Berkeley this year. The memorial came as new shelter-in-place orders and heavy rain underlined the increasing pressures that quarantine and winter have placed on the city’s unsheltered residents. “Winter’s here. With… → Read More

Berkeley's streets are getting worse and it could take $328M to fix them, report finds

A new audit of Berkeley's streets has a clear message: The situation is bad, and if nothing changes, it'll only get worse. → Read More

Berkeley's streets are getting worse and it could take $328 million to fix them, report finds

A new audit of Berkeley's streets has a clear message: The situation is bad, and if nothing changes, it'll only get worse. → Read More

UC Berkeley strips the names of professors with racist views off 3 buildings

UC Berkeley will rename three buildings that honored early faculty who supported of white supremacy, the school said Wednesday. → Read More

North Berkeley neighbors complain about noisy pickleball games

North Berkeley neighbors say the city must remove the pickleball courts as the noise of the daily game is unbearable. → Read More

Berkeley's Measure HH appears to be losing

Measure HH would have increased Berkeley's utility users tax to create a fund to fight climate change. → Read More

Elizabeth Echols wins East Bay parks director race

Incumbent Elizabeth Echols won the race for East Bay Regional Park Board Ward 1 director handily, with 65% of the vote. → Read More

Berkeley ballot 'drop stop' sets up downtown Thursday and Friday

Berkeley's drive through ballot drop stop is open Thursday and Friday, Oct. 29 and 30, for no-contact voting. → Read More

Meeting tonight allows neighbors to learn more about Bayer's site plans

Bayer's 30-year plan would add 1 million square feet of work space, erect taller buildings and eventually hire 1,000 more employees. → Read More

After 46 years downtown Berkeley's Au Coquelet is closing

The longtime, no-frills Berkeley haunt known for its late hours, affordable eats and diverse, down-to-earth clientele is closing on Friday. → Read More

Berkeley now has 6 ballot box locations; here's where to find them

Berkeley voters now have six ballot box available in the city. Here's where to find them, and other Election 2020 info. → Read More

District 6 council race focuses on wildfires, housing and disaster response

Both Berkeley Hills council candidates have decades of experience in their fields. The question is, which kind will voters choose on Nov. 3? → Read More