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News Former Tribune Tower Owner Settles Fraud Case

Former Tribune Tower Owner Settles Fraud Case

Tom Henderson agreed to pay more than $1.4 million but could still lose his house or face criminal charges.

News Oakland Police Consider Less Intrusive Search Policy

Oakland Police Consider Less Intrusive Search Policy

Most people on probation and parole have no Fourth Amendment rights, but the Oakland police say they want to reduce routine warrantless searches.

The Oakland Zone A’s’ ‘Bullpenning’ Might Be a Bit Much

A’s’ ‘Bullpenning’ Might Be a Bit Much

It might win some key games in the short-term, but it can also divide a clubhouse.

Arts & Culture

Arts Feature East Bay Filmmakers Fight for Latinx Representation

East Bay Filmmakers Fight for Latinx Representation

More diversity in roles, staff, and stories are all needed, say local filmmakers.

Arts Feature Ahead of Global Climate Action Summit, East Bay Artists Rise to Fight Climate Change

Ahead of Global Climate Action Summit, East Bay Artists Rise to Fight Climate Change

Murals, choirs, and puppets add a creative voice to the San Francisco Rise for Climate, Jobs & Justice march.

Art Pick First Friday Guide - September Edition

First Friday Guide - September Edition

A guide to Art Murmur and related events.

Staff Picks
Redacted: Art for Human Rights

Redacted: Art for Human Rights

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Monster of Zayante Creek

Monster of Zayante Creek

Totally Rad Gallery
A Doll’s House, Part 2

A Doll’s House, Part 2

Berkeley Repertory Theatre
Savage Love
Savage Love: Gay and Lonely

Savage Love: Gay and Lonely

This week, reporter Michael Hobbes helps dish out advice.

Food & Drink

Restaurant Review With Cafe Réveille, the All-Day Cafe Arrives in Berkeley

With Cafe Réveille, the All-Day Cafe Arrives in Berkeley

The newest addition to Fourth Street offers an array of bowls, salads, and sandwiches, spiked with Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors, in a modern, hip setting.

Music

Music Lyrics Born Gets Personal on 10th Record 'Quite a Life'

Lyrics Born Gets Personal on 10th Record 'Quite a Life'

The Berkeley rapper reflects on representation, #MeToo, and his past.

Music World Music Maestro Aya Safiya Makes Her Pop Debut

World Music Maestro Aya Safiya Makes Her Pop Debut

With her new EP, the East Bay-bred singer-songwriter doesn't completely leave her roots behind.

Upcoming Events

Redacted: Art for Human Rights @ Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Redacted: Art for Human Rights @ Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Artworks that feature redacted text and spaces to illustrate the unstable position...
<i>Monster of Zayante Creek</i> @ Totally Rad Gallery

Monster of Zayante Creek @ Totally Rad Gallery

New paintings by Eli Thorne that explore depictions of natural landscapes wherein...
<i>A Doll’s House, Part 2</i> @ Berkeley Repertory Theatre

A Doll’s House, Part 2 @ Berkeley Repertory Theatre

Tony Award-nominated comedy based on Henrik Ibsen's play....

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