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Cal’s favorite fried chicken sandwich maker is uplifted by students’ support

BERKELEYSIDE — After undergoing two surgeries and facing eight months of chemotherapy ahead of her, Bernadine “Pinky” Sewell, founder of Pinky

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Berkeley residents are a generous bunch: The city ranked 7th in GoFundMe’s list of most-giving cities

BERKELEYSIDE — A local bookstore, locally made COVID-19 face shields, and local cinema pulled at Berkeley’s heartstrings this last year,

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Meet people who are driving inclusion at a major Berkeley employer

BERKELEYSIDE — Growing up, Jacqueline Minas decided to bet on herself. As a Mexican-Armenian-American woman, there were a lot of

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Employee ownership is a win-win for Berkeley’s small businesses, and the community

BERKELEYSIDE — Mariposa Gardening & Design Cooperative is an ecological design-build landscaping company that was founded in Berkeley in 2005, and

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Berkeley wineries rally during uncertain times

BERKELEYSIDE — Last month, the Napa Valley wildfires burned several vineyards and covered others in smoke and soot. The immediate

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Launching careers early — Biotech Partners’ high school program drives diversity in talent pipeline

BERKELEYSIDE — This story is brought to you by Bayer Berkeley. When 17-year-old Ahniesty Fite started her internship at Bayer in June,

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Dine for Democracy fights voter suppression while supporting restaurants too

BERKELEYSIDE — About a week ago, upon returning to Berkeley from a relaxing, digital-free camping trip with his daughter on

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Bay Area legend June Taylor’s 30-year-old company is selling the last of its jams before closing

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE — Fans of Berkeley jam master June Taylor have a few more weeks to track down some