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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
Man Arrested After Surveillance Video Captures Him Peeping

An Oakland man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of peeping into a Berkeley woman's home after he was captured on surveillance video and then caught at the scene, Berkeley police said. An Oakland man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of peeping into a Berkeley woman's home after he was captured on surveillance video and then caught near the scene, Berkeley police said.

Restored masterpiece of Proust, - Time Regained,' plays at...

Marcel Proust was known for writing about the past, but as depicted by the great Chilean-born filmmaker Raoul Ruiz, Proust might just have been someone who was always, in a sense, looking to the future. In the French film "Time Regained" , possibly the greatest adaptation of a Proust work, the author seems unable to live in the present.

Invest in UC or lose a key asset of Golden State

In this June 1, 2011 file photo a group of students walk through the Sather Gate on the University of California, Berkeley campus in Berkeley. The university confirmed Tuesday, Aug. 15 that former Breitbart editor Ben Shapiro will be allowed to speak in a 500-seat auditorium next month and it is preparing for the event with tight security.

Albany FilmFest returns for its 8th year, filled with East Bay-themed ...

The Albany FilmFest journeys into its 8th year with a diverse, enticing program that includes kids entertainment, virtual reality and a celebrated documentary charting the East Bay's rich punk-rock history. On March 20 the festival screens the delightful, award-winning documentary from Catherine Ryan and Gary Weimberg, "My Love Affair With the Brain," about the late, beloved UC Berkeley professor and pioneering neuroscientist Dr. Marian Diamond.

Man who was free while rape kit went untested accused of murder

One of the secure cold storage freezers at the State of California Department of Justice Bureau of Forensic Services DNA Laboratory in Richmond, California, USA 26 Feb 2016. One of the secure cold storage freezers at the State of California Department of Justice Bureau of Forensic Services DNA Laboratory in Richmond, California, USA 26 Feb 2016.

How Stephen Hawking changed the life of this UBC astronomy student

Stephen Hawking discusses theories on the origin of the universe in a talk in Berkeley, California in 2007. The world-renowned physicist died early Wednesday morning at age 76. Liam Britten is a writer for online and radio with CBC Vancouver.

One year in, the Trump administration plans to continue dismantling environmental regulations

President Donald Trump touted the environment regulations his administration has cut in its first year at the 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference. The Trump administration has been in office for a little over a year, and it's done a lot to change the federal government's stance on environmental issues -- from announcing the U.S.'s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, to opening up thousands of miles of U.S. coastline to offshore drilling.

Meta-Shopping Your Reality

We all shop for interpretations of reality. We often pretend that we're just interested in what's true, but that's not true.

Charter Privatizers and Union Busters Making Play For Total Control of Cta Utr Local

Privatizers and Union Busting Charters are making a play to take total control of the CTA UTR local in West Contra Costa School District. The president Demetrio Gonzalez who was formerly the campaign manager for pro-charter Cuevas is now supporting Mitzi Perez who is on the board of Invictus Academy Charters which has been pushing against the City of Richmond moratorium on new schools and co-locations.

Flamenco performance highlights generations of tradition

The renowned flamenco performer Rosario Montoya is known for her energetic dance style, one that has been honed over generations. She takes her nickname, "La Farruca," from her late father, Antonio "El Farruco" Montoya Flores, whose unique dance style is deeply rooted in the family's Gypsy heritage and his seminomadic childhood in Spain.

Most of America's fruit is now imported - is that a bad thing?

It's obvious to anyone who visits an American supermarket in winter - past displays brimming with Chilean grapes, Mexican berries and Vietnamese dragon fruit - that foreign farms supply much of our produce. More than half of the fresh fruit and almost a third of the fresh vegetables Americans buy now come from other countries.

Man facing trial in sexual assault cases charged in 2015 Albany student killing

An ex-convict, already facing trial for a series of East Bay sexual assaults, has been charged with special circumstance murder in the March 2015 fatal shooting of a 37-year-old dental student found slain inside her apartment, authorities said Tuesday. Keith K. Asberry, 33, is charged in the March 9, 2015 death of Randhir Kaur, 37, a student at he UCSF School of Denistry, who was found dead inside her apartment in the 1000 block of Kains Ave., after a relative found her unconscious on the floor.

Pharmacists Aren't Using Contraceptive Powers

Run out of birth control pills? Have a new honey, but medical appointments for contraception are weeks away? No doctor and no time to track one down? Life intervenes, and this is one of the reasons California passed landmark legislation several years ago allowing pharmacists to prescribe contraception. The hope behind Senate Bill 493, adopted in 2013 and implemented last spring, was to safely improve access to contraception for the millions of California women and couples wanting to prevent pregnancy, according to public health leaders behind the move.

Free speech tests U.S. campuses

Concerns about the suppression of speech on college campuses generally focus on left-wing activists seeking to muzzle "offensive" ideas - most recently, last week at Lewis and Clark College Law School in Portland, Oregon, where feminist dissenter Christina Hoff Sommers was repeatedly shouted down by a few angry students. Yet some have charged that foes of political correctness ignore threats to free speech on campus from the right.

QuickLogic joins RISC-V Foundation

QuickLogic says there is strong synergy between the company's embedded FPGA initiative, its membership in the GlobalFoundries FDXcelerator Partner Program for 22FDX SoC design, with faster migration to FD-SOI from bulk nodes such as 40nm and 28nm. eFPGA customers using the 22FDX technology will be able to seamlessly integrate FPGA and open source processor technology on the same SoC, says QuickLogic.

Old Cairo, family secrets and religious history resonate in Michael David Lukasa a Last Watchmana

If reading a novel is like an intimate conversation with an author, writing a novel is visceral, rather like running from a monster or wondering if a rustle heard when lost in a forest is just a squirrel or a tiger about to pounce. This is truth, according to Oakland writer Michael David Lukas.

Who Backs Building on North Berkeley BART Parking Lot? What Do They...

On the evening of Thursday, March 15, Mayor Jesse ArreguA n, District 1 Councilmember Linda Maio, and District 3 BART Board Director Rebecca Saltzman will host a community meeting at the Berkeley Adult School to discuss the possibility of building housing on the North Berkeley BART station. Many neighbors of the site now view that possibility with intense mistrust, thanks to confusing statements from ArreguA n, YIMBY hype and harassment, and Saltzman's failure to brief her constituents about BART's intentions and her YIMBY sympathies.

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