From the big screen to the battlefield, Robert Meltzer is one of Berkeley’s most unusual veterans.
Under new leadership, one of the poorest cities in California is getting a makeover.
Only half a dozen typewriter repair shops still exist in Northern California. Two of them are in Berkeley.
Researchers are battling legal red tape and a powerful industry in their effort to understand the epidemic.
Hidden among the trees, Cal’s annual music festival brings together families, artists, and musicians for a three-day campout.
Talking shop with the man on the frontlines of California’s wildfires.
It has been called the Rolls Royce of chalk—even the Michael Jordan of chalk.
UC Berkeley seismology expert says this early warning system could cut earthquake injuries in half.
Horowitz once described himself as “the most hated ex-radical of my generation.” He is almost certainly right.
Two Berkeley professors grapple with the challenges of environmental reporting.