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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
Facebook is looking at ways to mitigate the impact of fake news

Fake news has been top of mind for a lot of people as of late. After the presidential election in the U.S. and public outcry over the prevalence of false information on Facebook, the company announced measures to prevent fake news from appearing on the platform.

Physical Therapy for Prenatal Drug Exposure

Do children exposed to drugs during fetal development sustain lasting damage affecting gross-motor function necessitating interventions by physical therapists? With the increased prevalence of illicit drug use in the general population, including among pregnant women, this has become a more salient question.

Philly's Sugar Tax May Travel Down Under

You want to lose weight? The age-old advice applies: diet and exercise. But governments around the world think they have a better idea.

Cal student newspaper prioritizes Taco Bell opening over football hire, because recruiting

Students and city residents have expressed their excitement at trying the new Taco Bell at 2528B Durant Ave., located between Telegraph Avenue and Bowditch Street. The store is part of Taco Bell Cantina - a restaurant line that aims to modernize the brand through new digital features.

Considerations for "step up housing": open letter to Berkeley City Council Members

As the elected leaders of one of the world's great small cities, you are confronted by a rush of awesome and rapidly evolving challenges. Sometimes, as the actions taken by Council wend their way through the complex machinery of the City government and make their way out into the greater society, the weight of their effect grows.

Berkeley considers building 100-unit development of stackable prefab units

Local developer's modular pads are not the only option for such a building, but they're in the running When local micro-developer Patrick Kennedy parked one of his MicroPADs in front of his office in October-the 160-square foot prefab apartments are suggested as a solution for the homeless-Curbed SF was the second in line for a tour. The first was Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates.

Berkeley mayor talks development issues at meeting of neighborhood groups

A largely friendly crowd of about two dozen people came to to hear new Mayor Jesse Arreguin speak about local issues at the Jan. 14 meeting of the Berkeley Neighborhoods Council at the Berkeley Art House Gallery on Shattuck Avenue - only one question could be considered critical about Arreguin's views on development. Arreguin, dressed in a blue sweater and bluejeans, was as informal as the space, which feels like a living room filled with old records, black light posters and photographs.

Brainwaves could act as your password - but not if you're drunk

Brainwave authentication is one of many biometric measures touted as an alternative to passwords. The idea is for a person to authenticate their identity with electroencephalogram readings.

#J20 at UC Berkeley

In response to the inauguration of Trump on January 20th, there will be various events and discussions open to the public on UC Berkeley campus. This is not a complete list, as other student and community groups may be planning other events and protests on this day.

Berkeley police interrupt sexual assault in progress

Berkeley police stopped a sexual assault in progress on Tuesday morning, leading to the arrest of the suspect, according to police. Police say they got a call just after 3 a.m. about someone being raped in the area of Telegraph Avenue and Haste Street.

Berkeley: Developer pitches micro units as solution to homelessness

A prototype of a "MicroPAD" living unit is on display outside City Hall on Allston Way at Milvia Street, with open house hours from noon to 5 p.m. through Jan. 21, and again Jan. 23 and 24. Panoramic Interests, a company owned by developer Patrick Kennedy, proposes the MicroPAD - "PAD" stands for "Prefabricated Affordable Dwelling" - as a solution to the growing homelessness crisis. The 160-square-foot dwelling comes fully furnished with a bathroom and kitchen, and is designed to be permanent, according to an announcement from Panoramic.

Berkeley, A Look Back: UC foreign enrollment tops nation in 1942

UC Berkeley, had more foreign students than any other institution of higher education in the United States 75 years ago. The Berkeley Daily Gazette reported Jan. 19 1942, that 641 students from other countries were enrolled at Berkeley; Columbia University was second, with 600.

Berkeley Rapper Koran Streets Channels 'Above the Rim' in New 'Hard' Video: Premiere

Berkeley, Calif.-based rapper Koran Streets may not be a well-known name just yet, but he's been buzzing around the Bay Area for a few years now as an actor in the films Licks and Kicks , and he dropped the attention-grabbing You.Know.I.Got.It this past September. Today , he unveils the new video for "Hard" from the release, which Billboard is premiering below.

Julia Cho's AUBERGINE at Berkeley Rep Wins 2017 Glickman Award

Theatre Bay Area has announced playwright Julio Cho and Berkeley Repertory Theatre have been selected as the recipients of this year's prestigious Will Glickman Award for Aubergine, which received its world premiere at Berkeley Repertory Theatre in February 2016. This is the first Will Glickman Award for Julia Cho and the sixth for Berkeley Repertory Theatre , having previously secured the award for Philip Kan Gotanda 's Yankee Dawg You Die , Anne Galjour 's Hurricane/Mauvais Temps , Leigh Fondakowski 's The People's Temple , Sarah Ruhl 's In the Next Room , and Marcus Gardley 's The House that will not Stand .

When It Comes to Safety, Autonomous Cars Are Still "Teen Drivers"

Automakers ask drivers to trust and share the nation's roadways with autonomous vehicles, but there is no easy answer as to when they will be considered "safe" Tech giants and carmakers have poured massive amounts of money and effort into developing cars that can drive themselves. But before Google, Tesla, Uber and others can persuade humans to share their streets with bots, they have to prove this technology - although definitely still learning and maturing - doesn't amount to flooding the nation's roadways with dangerously adolescent robot drivers.

How to Eat Cheaply and Well at Oakland Restaurant Week

It's that time of the year again: Oakland Restaurant Week, that annual bonanza for prix-fixe bargain lovers, will run from Thursday, January 19 to Sunday, January 29. To drum up interest in the seventh edition of the promotion, the Visit Oakland tourism bureau, which organizes the week, is emphasizing a "Lucky Number Seven" theme, with related raffles and prize drawings. Otherwise, you know the deal: Participating restaurants will offer some combination of $20, $30, $40, and $50 lunch or dinner prix-fixe specials during the promotional period.

Exploration a " January 17, 2017

Guest: Prof. Walter Alvarez of Berkeley, speaking of his book on Big History. a most Improbable Journey.

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