1. I’ve learned the hard way that academics are not who you are," Kashawn said as he walked through Sproul Plaza, heading back to the dorm one day in May. "They are something you need to learn to get to the next level of life, but they can’t define me. My grades at Cal are not Kashawn Campbell.
    South L.A. student finds a different world at UC Berkeley - latimes.com

    8 months ago  /  1 note  /  Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. Here’s California sunset in your eye. on Flickr.

    Here’s California sunset in your eye. on Flickr.

    1 year ago  /  5 notes

  3. Signature drink: The top-selling Bee Sting ($10) is made with Square One Botanical - a spirit infused with fruits and herbs - plus ginger, mint, lemon and honey syrup.

    Gather, Berkeley - SFGate

    How do I make this cocktail?

    2 years ago  /  169 notes  /  Source: articles.sfgate.com

  4. 2 years ago  /  3 notes  /  Source: brokencities

  5. Organizer Matt Cohen is in the final stages of environmental health review from the city of Berkeley to launch a weekly Off the Grid street-food event Wednesday evenings in North Berkeley, on the stretch of North Shattuck at Rose, site of the Thursday farmers’ market. Target launch date: Wed., June 1, though permitting delays might push the launch back to June 8.
    Off the Grid Coming to North Berkeley | Politics and Breaking News | Oakland, Berkeley, Bay Area & California | 92510

    2 years ago  /  3 notes  /  Source: eastbayexpress.com

  6. Race and ethnicity, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley
I was astounded by Bill Rankin’s map of Chicago’s racial and ethnic divides and wanted to see what other cities looked like mapped the same way. To match his map, Red is White, Blue is Black, Green is Asian, Orange is Hispanic, Gray is Other, and each dot is 25 people. Data from Census 2000. Base map © OpenStreetMap, CC-BY-SA
Race and ethnicity, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley (by Eric Fischer)

    Race and ethnicity, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley

    I was astounded by Bill Rankin’s map of Chicago’s racial and ethnic divides and wanted to see what other cities looked like mapped the same way. To match his map, Red is White, Blue is Black, Green is Asian, Orange is Hispanic, Gray is Other, and each dot is 25 people. Data from Census 2000. Base map © OpenStreetMap, CC-BY-SA

    Race and ethnicity, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley (by Eric Fischer)

    3 years ago  /  0 notes  /  Source: Flickr / walkingsf

  7. I will buy milk in a plastic jug just to do this.

    I will buy milk in a plastic jug just to do this.

    5 years ago  /  0 notes