The Bear Inside has become the blog affiliated with ESPN for Cal sports. It provides a set of moderated forums for Cal fans to discuss all things Bears sports.
Walking can be a form of transportation, a means of meditation or exercise, or a great way to explore a community. Writer/photographer Keith Skinner offers intimate glimpses of Berkeley life, in word and image, as well as reflections on the joys and challenges of a modern urban walker.
Sylvia Paull entered the technology revolution when she accidentally applied for a job with Software Ventures, developers of the first commercial telecom software for the Macintosh called MicroPhone. She was soon elected to the board of BMUG, started hosting parties for Will Hearst III, John C. Dvorak, and Jerry Pournelle at Comdex (a pre-blogger event), and eventually started her own parties, known as Cybersalons (www.berkeleycybersalon.com). An independent high-tech publicist and velvet feminist, she started Gracenet, a group for women in high tech (www.gracenet.net), and various other groups revolving around her desires to eat out, take long walks, and shake things up.
The hyperlocal blog for Berkeley, covering news, resources, debates, the arts and anything of local interest.
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Updates about the latest Cal football games. Check out key game highlights and news about up-and-coming players and new coaches.
Based in Berkeley, California, I am a nonprofit development consultant and writer. I work with nonprofits and higher education institutions and consult and write on the topics of philanthropy, fundraising, education, environmental sustainability, nonprofit journalism and social justice. In this blog I highlight ideas, news and resources to spark creative thinking, action and progress for social and environmental causes.
Piedmont Neighborhood News is an informal news and editorial source for local, hometown information for Piedmont, California. Information on city events, youth sports, local activities, schools, parks, recreation, and council meetings. We also post opinion pieces on things that interest us, from local politics to environmental issues.
We created this interactive site to give voice to the ideas and opinions of our professors in a forum that encourages public comment. Our authors include more than 140 UC Berkeley professors and scholars who share their thoughts on topical national and global issues. As the nation searches for answers to a litany of burning questions and issues, the site serves as a virtual blackboard for the game-changing ideas pulsing around the Berkeley campus.
The Daily Clog accumulates various tidbits about Berkeley and college life. We focus on the UC campus, the city of Berkeley and Berkeley’s online community. We give our two cents on all the goings-on—whether you like it or not.
When walking down the streets of Oakland, Berkeley and Emeryville, I often see folks I know. Waving to the familiar faces makes me happy, as I have a home amidst the city! From my morning latte at Peet’s to my Sunday shopping at the Farmer’s market, I enjoy all the East Bay offers. Follow this real estate blog covering the beautiful cities of the East Bay!
News from UC Berkeley covering the full breadth of the ideas and inventions percolating up from this community of 50,000 students, professors, and staff.