BERKELEY (KCBS) – William Sitwell’s History Of Food In 100 Recipes is an utterly fascinating hybrid of a cook book and a history book. Of course, no two people trying to write the history of […]
It’s a sentiment that, reportedly, is shared by a number of Silicon Valley executives; but one that few, if any, have shared publicly.
A local designer and educator based in Berkeley describes her unique curriculum in her newly released book “Tell Them I Built This: Transforming Schools, Communities, and Lives with Design-based Education.”
A new book celebrates the lives and work of those who often go unnoticed. ‘The American Nurse’ features 75 unforgettable women and men at the heart of America’s healthcare system.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is acknowledging that having an affair and producing a child with his housekeeper inflicted great pain on his wife, Maria Shriver, and the four children he had with her.
A former California Highway Patrol officer claims he knows the identity of the Zodiac Killer, a serial murderer who terrorized the Bay Area decades ago.
Picture book author Tony Di Terlizzi joins Anne Makovec to discuss his new novel ‘A Hero For Wondla’
The Justice Department has threatened to sue Apple and five other major publishers for allegedly colluding to raise the price of e-books.
In this KCBS Cover Story, reporter Doug Sovern tells the story of Michael Hingson and his former guide dog Roselle, who saved him from the World Trade Center on 9/11.
The independent bookstore has practically gone the way of mix tapes and dial-up in the United States, many having been gobbled up by chains and Internet booksellers. However, in the Bay Area the spirit of independent bookstores lives on. If you’re a book-lover and coming to the South Bay, check out these favorites