The Berkeley home in which the film critic Pauline Kael lived from 1955 until 1964 is being put up for sale by Sotheby’s. It is an attractive, well-preserved two-story brown shingle on Oregon Street, about a mile south of the U.C. Berkeley campus. Notable for being Kael’s home during some of her formative years, […]
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