By Harry Brill On Tuesday, June 10, the Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to enact Berkeley’s first minimum wage law that covers the vast majority of employees who work in city.
Brian Crowell, a Berkeley High School history teacher, is locked in a fight with his school and district over the Berkeley Peer Assistance and Review (B-PAR) program, which was originally designed to help underperforming teachers [...]
The First Annual Black History Month Celebration in Berkeley will be held on Saturday, Feb. 8, from 1 p.m. 6 p.m. at the Berkeley Community Theater. Admission is free and open to the public.
On Saturday, December 14th, in conjunction with Blaqline Ent, Comedian Paul Mooney will host his annual charity toy giveaway at the Black Repertory Group’s Birel L. Vaughn Theater, 3201 Adeline St, Berkeley from 10am to [...]
Often called the “scarf lady,” entrepreneur Pherrillia LeBleu started creating infinity scarves three years ago, styling them in multiple ways to complement a woman’s fashion. She sells her Le Bleu’s Circle Scarves in different colors, [...]
When her counselor first told her about Berkeley Youth Alternatives, a non-profit organization that supports underserved youth, Tamisha Bradley wasn’t interested. Having lived in three different foster homes, Bradley, a student at Berkeley High School [...]