In 2003, a woman who was driving while high on Vicodin and vodka hit and killed Bob Pack’s two young children. Since the tragedy, he has campaigned tirelessly for stricter prescription drug laws. Now, fed up with politicians and lobbyists, he is turning to voters to tighten prescription drug laws.
One is influenced by her heritage. Another gives new life to dead beetles. A third lets her subconscious infuse the design. Meet three talented East Bay jewelers who turn glass, metal, and stone into stunning, one-of-a-kind masterpieces.
After a handful of visits to the Garden Island over the past 20 years, I’ve been utterly entranced by this rainbow-graced Pacific playland. And when my yearning for relaxation and rejuvenation arises, there’s no place on Earth more satisfying than lush, mountainous Kauai.
Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency, in partnership with Berkeley Youth Alternatives, Berkeley High School, and Berkeley Technology Academy, hosted a gala to recognize 20 youth who are carving bright futures despite homelessness and hardships.