Berkeley author’s Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society to be movie [Galley Cat]
Berkeley to celebrate its invention of the latte [SF Chronicle]
Removing eucalyptus trees from hills still controversial [CoCo Times]
Affordable parts of Chez Panisse’s 40th anniversary celebration [East Bay Express]
The original organic: Berkeley’s Farmers Market [Teen Observer]
Tedford and Cal football team gear up for new season [SF Chronicle]
Paul Muniz, advocate for children, dies [SF Chronicle]
Cal science historian Roger Hahn passes away [UCB News]
Wildfire plan heats up debate over protecting East Bay hills from catastrophic fires [SJ Mercury]
Coach Jeff Tedford upbeat as Cal fall camp starts [SF Gate]
In a few weeks, a brand new, 145,000 sq. ft. building will open its doors in Berkeley. Architects, engineers and construction crews have been working on it for almost three years, and the scale of the endeavor cannot be underestimated. However it’s likely you haven’t even spotted this building; and, even when it’s fully operational by the beginning of next year, it will continue to be largely hidden from public view.
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