We spoke to Bob Bea—a UC Berkeley Engineering professor emeritus who has been called the “master of disaster”—about his shocking findings on the Oroville Dam crisis.
Talai plays “intentional caricatures” in Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ lauded play “An Octoroon,” currently at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre.
That summery pool chlorine smell might actually signal troublesome levels of bodily fluids, which according to researchers, react with pool disinfectants to create a chemical compound with surprising effects.
Here’s what’s really going on.
“The Temple of Glory”—a visually lush opera-ballet that was recently staged for the first time since 1745 at UC Berkeley—offers lessons in leadership.
From pizza in Berkeley to poblano flautas in Paris, the James Beard Award-winning chef also helped put Tucson on the global culinary map.
When I started out as a reporter, if you’d told me that this week I’d be standing on the UC Berkeley lawn staring up at live raptors, I would never have believed you.
The virus and its root causes persist, but the media has moved on.
Trump’s attacks on the media have been unprecedented, but his presidency might actually be good for journalism.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife and National Marine Fisheries services announced this week that Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed twin tunnel project won’t kill already imperiled fish. But the project still faces other obstacles.
The Britzman family has lived through five floods that have impacted their hometown of Yuba City. They had big hopes for Oroville Dam.