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Friday’s Briefing: State Public Weed Bank Isn’t Feasible; Trump Threatens to Close Southern Border

December 28, 2018

Galeto Makes a Mean Caipirinha

Made from cachaça, it’s both ancient and new and may start popping up more frequently since it has been add to the International Bartenders Association’s list of standard cocktails.
December 28, 2018

Three Quirky Berkeley Museums Engage the Senses of Smell, Sight, and Taste

You won’t find the usual collection of archived items in Berkeley’s Aftel Archive, Lacis Museum, and Takara Sake Museum.
December 28, 2018

Thursday’s Briefing: California’s Legal Weed Market Is a Bust; Alameda Teachers Reach Pay-Raise Deal

December 27, 2018

Here Are Some Tips to Maintaining Your Home

They’re (relatively) painless, too.
December 27, 2018

Berkeley Rep Premieres Paradise Square

The musical looks at Civil War-era strife in Manhattan.
December 27, 2018

Peet's Coffee Acquires Majority Stake in Revive Kombucha

The Berkeley-founded, Emeryville-based coffee company thusly expands into fermented brews.
December 26, 2018

An Oaklander Won Kellogg's Baking Contest

Local musician Sara Mellas incorporated Frosted Flakes into a fancy fruit tart.
December 26, 2018

Pilates: It’s Not What You Think

The core condition regimen can help with chronic pain and improve physical ailments.
December 26, 2018

There Are Benefits to Forward-Thinking Fireplaces

Many area homeowners are responding to an increase in particulate matter pollution by replacing their wood-burning fireplaces with more eco-friendly gas fireplaces.
December 26, 2018