If turning a few blocks into a plaza in Berkeley isn’t easy, is there any hope?
After two years of fires, the California winery Donkey & Goat has learned to pivot, combining appellations and even vintages to turn despair into deliciousness.
A court ordered the university to cap the number of students after a lawsuit arose from its lack of campus housing. In response comes a proposal to adjust the California Environmental Quality Act.
The state’s complex environmental laws are being weaponized in lawsuits against the University of California, Berkeley, which is under pressure to admit more and more students.
A new study shows how redlining, a Depression-era housing policy, contributed to inequalities that persist decades later in U.S. cities.
A spokesman said the decision meant that the university would have to cut in-person enrollment by at least 2,500 students in the fall of 2022.
The announcement is the result of an appellate court ruling in favor of a neighborhood group that has sued the university, contending it is causing housing problems in the community.
Aoife Beary, who was left with life-changing injuries after the 2015 accident, died on New Year’s Day, her family said.
A new restaurant at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles is the latest effort to try to reach visitors’ hearts through their stomachs.
In parts of the San Francisco Bay Area, sellers deliberately underprice homes to spur bidding wars, leading to sales prices that can be double the list price.
For a celebrated architecture professor at the University of California, Berkeley, an album of 11 original songs, in a variety of genres, was eight decades in the making.
Reshaping American policing is not some shocking new idea from the radical left.
The school conducted tens of thousands of coronavirus tests, aborted the football season and lost $10 million. Is that light at the end of the tunnel another train?
A Tudor Revival house in Los Angeles, a hillside home in Berkeley and a Mediterranean-style retreat in Chualar.
A new group of small-batch beauty companies is continuing the region’s storied tradition of organic growing and local sourcing.
A Tudor Revival with seven bedrooms in Berkeley, a Craftsman bungalow with five bedrooms in San Diego and an Italianate house with four bedrooms in Napa.
As Kamala Harris heads toward the highest levels of power, many rejoiced and saw her achievement as a particularly poignant reminder to Black girls that anything is possible.
Donald Harris and Shyamala Gopalan grew up under British colonial rule on different sides of the planet. They were each drawn to Berkeley, and became part of an intellectual circle that shaped the rest of their lives.
Donald J. Harris, a Jamaican-born economics professor, has expressed regret that a custody battle brought his close contact with his daughters “to an abrupt halt.”
“People protest in many different ways,” a young activist in the Bay Area says. For her and others in her performance group, one way is dance.
When it is safe enough to return to school, young children would benefit the most. Yet financial pressures are pushing colleges to reopen most rapidly, an economist says.
Throughout my life, I have had frightening, maddening and absurd encounters with police officers.
The Golden State is less exceptional and more like the rest of America than many would prefer to believe.
The Californian photographer known for her images of the Great Depression is a guide to the complexity of the present.