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The Downtown Berkeley Association is working on implementing a a Strategic Marketing Plan for the the city’s downtown after it was voted a property-based improvement district (PBID) in June.
The second event in The University and the City: Ideas for Partnership, a fall series of evening discussions, will be held tonight on The Environmentally Sustainable City.
Berkeleyside invited readers to submit their stories about the 1991 Oakland-Berkeley Firestorm. Here we publish the third of three selections.
Berkeley’s Thousand Oaks neighborhood and its environs are not only regarded as a swell place to live — they have a rich history too. No doubt the two are connected. Tomorrow night, Alan Leventhal, a tribal ethnohistorian specializing in the Ohlone will speak at the invitation of the Thousand Oaks Neighborhood Association about the lives of the Muwekma Ohlone tribe who lived in Thousand Oaks.
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