UC Berkeley Extension opens Fall 2011 enrollment [Business Wire]
Berkeley Lab announces first steps to 100 gigabit-per-second network [R&D Magazine]
Big week for Berkeley rapper/Internet phenom Lil B [SF Weekly]
Eve Ensler works in Jo’burg for next year’s Berkeley Rep premiere [Macon.com]
Berkeley-built Artemis probe reaches lunar orbit this Sunday [Astronomy.com]
Angeline’s is Berkeley spot for gumbo [WSJ]
Sea Salt has two new chefs [East Bay Express]
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The Skydeck Innovation Center, planned for the top floor of the tallest building in Berkeley, received a $50,000 grant from the Chancellor’s Community Partnership Fund this week. The Skydeck, a project of the Berkeley Startup Cluster (BSC), will be a 10,000 sq. ft. incubator for fledgling technology companies. The grant was the largest award in the $260,000 distributed by the university fund for the 2011-12 fiscal year.
It’s that time of year when the abundance from a backyard vegetable garden can be a tad prolific. How many zucchini squash can one family eat? Or perhaps your produce problem comes from human error: you simply planted way too many onions and not enough greens.
Richmond is pulling out all the stops in its bid to persuade the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab to build its second campus there. A full-blown, city-sponsored advertising campaign includes a billboard on I-80, lawn signs for residents’ front yards and “Richmond (Heart) LBNL” buttons available for all to wear.
It’s 10:40 p.m. in Downtown Berkeley, and the line at the United Artists Theater near Shattuck and Bancroft has already started moving. The last Harry Potter movie has officially hit cinemas nationwide.
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