In 1974 I moved to Berkeley to work as a Chemical Engineer for Chevron Research.
On New Years' Day 1975 I took a walk in the Berkeley Hills ... wearing a T-shirt (unheard of in New York in January!), ... Details
Albany, the small city bordering Berkeley to the west down Solano Avenue, has highly ranked schools, lots of parks and open space, and a diverse selection of restaurants.
Albany Library is part ... Details
Kensington, just north of the Berkeley Hills, reminds me of a small east-coast town. It has easy bus access to UC Berkeley and BART stations to San Francisco. I once read that Kensington has most ... Details
El Cerrito is just north of Albany and Kensington, and near Berkeley’s Thousand Oaks neighborhood.
Homes range from cottages in the flats east of San Pablo Avenue to grander homes with spectacular ... Details
Piedmont has a small town city feel with a superb school district, grand homes, and the best 4th of July Parade in the East Bay ... completely surrounded by Oakland.
If the name is familiar, you ... Details
Emeryville – From Low Tech to High Tech
When I first moved here in 1974 to work for Chevron, Emeryville was known for its industries - iron works, a Sherwin Williams paint factory with a large (and ... Details
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