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For its size, Berkeley is one of California's safest cities for pedestrians and cyclists. Due to having one the highest percentages of bicycle and pedestrian commuting in the nation, Berkeley manages a separate grid of major streets for bicycles, called Bicycle Boulevards, with bicycle lanes and less car traffic than the major streets they frequently parallel.

Population: 102743
Local Newspapers: Oakland Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: University of California (Berkeley) Berkeley City College

Zip Codes associated with berkeley, california: 94702 94703 94704 94705 94707 94708 94709 94710 96142
Towns/Cities near berkeley, california : Albany Golden Gate Bushrod Emeryville

Berkeley News
BAMBD calls for community support of the Berkeley Flea Market

Remember the time when the Berkeley Flea Market was the chief market place of North American Africans and Africans from the Diaspora? Remember when it was the crossroads of Pan African culture in the Bay? Well, if vendors and shoppers don't rush to keep it alive, it is in serious danger of closing down. The non-profit corporation which operates the Flea Market at the ASHBY BART Station are threatening to close the market on Sundays because they cannot afford the expense of Sundays due to the low turnout of vendors and customers.

Photo Flash: Berkeley Playhouse Presents East Bay Premiere of Billy Elliot the Musical

Berkeley Playhouse continues their ninth season of professional theater for family audiences with the East Bay premiere of Elton John's Tony Award-winning musical, Billy Elliot the Musical. The company's first staging of the musical adaptation of the 2000 hit film includes thirty actors under the age of fifteen in two separate casts working alongside a company of professional adult actors.

In Your Town for Feb. 24, 2017

The Saint Rita Catholic Church's Lenten Lecture Series will begin March 7 with a talk by Gie Goris about widening inequality. The talk will be preceded by a Lenten soup supper at 6:15 p.m. Reservations are required for supper.

Bette Kroening, pioneering owner of Bette's Oceanview Diner,

Bette Kroening, whose Bette's Oceanview Diner in Berkeley has long exerted a quiet but significant influence on the Bay Area restaurant world, has died at age 71. Born Bette Caminez in New York City in 1945, Ms. Kroening moved to the Bay Area in 1971 after obtaining her bachelor's degree in English at the University of Pennsylvania and a master's degree in social work at the University of Southern California.

Man disposed of body lice in UC Berkeley buildings

Students and staff members at UC Berkeley are being warned about an unidentified man who is depositing body lice in several buildings Email says the man will take a hand full of paper towels and a trash bin into a restroom stall where he wipes off body lice before depositing live insets into bin The email also noted that the individual would sit for 'hours' in an unspecified lounge area wiping off the lice from his body The school's 'pest management team has been called out over concerns about lice and that they've responded,' a statement reads Students and staff members at UC Berkeley are being warned about an unidentified man who is depositing body lice in several buildings on campus.

Cookbook of the week: 'In My Kitchen,' by Deborah Madison, and a soup recipe

Vegetable cooking has come an awfully long way since Deborah Madison started cooking vegetarian food, which the celebrated cookbook author circumspectly notes in the introduction to her 14th cookbook, out next month from Ten Speed Press. A veteran not just of cookbooks but of kitchens - she cooked at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, opened her own restaurant Greens in San Francisco, and has cooked in Santa Fe and in Rome - Madison has documented the trajectory of vegetable cuisine over decades, as the rest of us have followed her, relied on her and largely played catch-up to her own sure sensibility.

Berkeley school stabbing victim has been treated and released

A female staff member at a private school in West Berkeley who allegedly was stabbed by a 20-year-old student on Tuesday afternoon has been treated for non-life-threatening injuries at a local hospital and released, a police spokesman said today. Berkeley police Sgt.

International nutritionist visiting Massey

A leading nutritionist who specialises in indigenous peoples' food systems, is visiting Massey University for five weeks to partner on a project with the School of Public Health. Fulbright Specialist Professor Harriet Kuhnlein from the University of Hawai'i in Manoa and McGill University, Canada, began her work with Massey on Monday.

Report: Man repeatedly disposing of body lice in UC Berkeley buildings

File photo taken inside UC Berkeley's Recreational Sports Facility Michael Macor/ The Chronicle MANDATORY CREDIT FOR PHOTOG AND SF CHRONICLE/ -MAGS OUT File photo taken inside UC Berkeley's Recreational Sports Facility Michael Macor/ The Chronicle MANDATORY CREDIT FOR PHOTOG AND SF CHRONICLE/ -MAGS OUT Vivian Salazar, Ann Kwong and Micah Aveno suit up into their gear for a Goal Ball practice for the visually and non visually impaired at UC Berkeley's Recreation Sports facility, in Berkeley, Calif., on Friday April 18, 2014.

Berkeley, A Look Back: Federal order restricts enemy aliens in 1942

Seventy-five years ago Japanese American residents of Berkeley were barred, by federal order, from certain portions of the city. The dividing line began at the west end of the Berkeley pier and ran up University Avenue to Grove , north to the Arlington, and up that street into El Cerrito.

Cal football recruiting: Four star Mater Dei OT Tommy Brown will officially visit Berkeley

The California Golden Bears will be keeping a close eye on offensive line talent this cycle. The Bears would love to take as many as four prospects up front this cycle as they prepare to rebuild their depth up for the next cycle.

"Building a Research Data Management Service at the University of California, Berkeley"

University of California, Berkeley's Library and the central Research Information Technologies unit have collaborated to develop a research data management program that leverages each organization's expertise and resources to create a unified service. The service offers a range of workshops, consultation, and an online resource.

UC Berkeley's tiny minority of black students finally get a space to call their own

Cal junior A.J. Moultrie, 21, of the UC Berkeley Black Student Union, reads a statement demanding the university fund the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center, which it approved last year. The school has told the BSU that students need to find the money for operating expenses.

Berkeley's Special City Council Election Zeroes In On Housing, Homelessness Issues

Homelessness and affordable housing - these are two major issues in cities all across the Bay Area. They're also the central focus for the two candidates vying for an open seat on Berkeley's city council, part of this month's special election.

New body positive and depression support groups welcome SF State students

SF State will soon offer two new support groups to help students work through issues surrounding depression and body image. The Counseling and Psychological Services Center at SF State determined the need for the additional programs based on topics that continued to come up during one-on-one sessions.

Police detain suspect in stabbing of Berkeley school staffer

A staff member of a school in Berkeley was taken to a local hospital after being stabbed on Tuesday afternoon by a suspect who was quickly captured by police, officials said. The stabbing, which allegedly took place at a school on the 2100 block of Sixth Street, was reported to the Berkeley Police Department about 1:46 p.m, police said.

New Taker for Berkeley's Cafe Rouge Space: Pompette

The sadness over the closure of Marsha McBride's beloved ~CAFE ROUGE~ after 20 years on Fourth Street in Berkeley can be a bit softened with the exciting news of what is taking its place, ~POMPETTE~ . Chef David Visick, an alum of Chez Panisse and SF's Cafe Kati , is taking over the space with his wife, Caramia Visick, who worked at Bay Wolf before launching her jewelry line and shop when their son was born - she will be running front of house.

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