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Minuteman Tips and Resources Blog

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  • A Fool in Love

    A Fool in Love: A first novel by Richmond, California writer Delana Elarms Andrews.
    About the Author:
    Delana Elarms-Andrews was born in San Francisco. At the age of eighteen, she joined the US Army to serve her country as a computer specialist. In 1990 during the early part of her seven year tour of service, she began writing her first novel, "A Fool in Love" while stationed in Pyongtaek, Korea. She has worked for the United States Postal Service for the past eight years and resides in Richmond, California with her husband and three beautiful children. She was a member of STARS book club for five years, the helped establish The Ladies if R.A.G.E. (Reading and Gaining Enlightenment); book club, which she has been a member of for nine years and counting. She is also the co-founder of V.I.A. (Village in Action), which mentors teen girls of color. She is a member of Praise Fellowship Bible Church in Richmond, led by Pastor William H. Coleman III.

  • Minuteman Press of Berkeley publishes My Epiphany by Marie L. Adams

    Minuteman Press of Berkeley is proud to have published My Epiphany, a book by Marie L. Adams of thoughts and reflections upon the occasion of Marie's turning 30. Marie is a very motivated person who has overcome a difficult childhood and is on the road to becoming a writer. Marie in enrolling in College of Alameda with a goal to transfer to the University of California at Berkeley to study journalism. We are proud of the work Marie has done so far towards realizing her goals. We wish her well and will continue to support her.

Minuteman News Archive

  • Cal Day at Berkeley to offer free education and fun

    Berkeley parents looking for a low -cost outing for their youngsters should clear a space in their calendars later this month.

  • Berkeley jazzes up its image

    Among our many claims to fame here in Berkeley, is that we can now add that we are the United States only independent music conservatory devoted to the performance and study of jazz that has accreditation.

  • Cats and humans to hang out in West Oakland

    Berkeley students who have a passion for cats will no doubt want to visit the United States first cat cafe.

  • Turkey inspire smartphone apt warns of airborne dangers

    Turkeys may not be known for being smart, but bioengineers at UC Berkeley have learned a lot from these birds and have used them to develop a new app.

  • UC Berkeley takes part in science festival

    The University of California at Berkeley was just one of the science institutions which took part in the Bay Area Science Festival, held at University of California San Francisco.

  • Berkeley music event reaches double figures

    The 10th anniversary of the Old Time Music Convention held in Berkeley last month saw a diverse mix of old and new musicians.

  • Fundraising event held to reach memorial target

    A fundraising session took place in Birmingham earlier in the month to raise money for a memorial to commemorate the 50 years anniversary of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing.

  • Dog wash event gathers funds for new equipment

    A sponsored dog wash took place in Berkeley recently, with local businesses working together to raise some much-needed funds for a non-profit canine policing organization.

  • Winner of Braille Challenge aims for Berkeley University

    Tiffany Zhao, 17, from Temple City has just won first prize in the Braille Challenge for the third time.

  • Julia Robinson Math Festival celebrates mathematics in Maine

    The University of New England hosted the annual Julia Robinson Math Festival to help people celebrate math, making it the first year that the celebration has been held in New England. Robinson was known as a pioneer for math, attending Berkeleys University of California, and was also the first female to become the American Mathematical Societys president.