Brilliant cellist Moser saves Berkeley Symphony season opener [Mercury News]
Cal plans to reduce water usage by 65 million gallons [Daily Cal]
Origen is born on Telegraph Avenue [Inside Scoop]
Andronico’s last rites [East Bay Express]
Berkeley students, residents support Occupy Oakland [Daily Cal]
Citizen reporter Aaron Glimme sends in this photo of a car on Ada Street at Sacramento which has been booted. The Berkeley Police Department introduced parking boots on October 18, so this is an early example of a new method for penalizing repeat parking offenders.
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Berkeley has had its fair share of news-worthy events recently — be it a certain on-campus bake sale last month that caught the attention of the media nationwide, or a series of earthquakes significant enough to warrant attention. Incidents such as these tend to trigger the launch of helicopters into the skies above our city, be it those operated by the police or by news organizations.
Belinda Lyons-Newman wanted to paint her daughter's face for Halloween. When she started to investigate, she was shocked to learn most face paints are full of lead and other toxins.
Those of you who take Berkeley’s Piedmont Avenue regularly to get from A to B will be delighted to have seen that the northbound lane has reopened — and it’s much enhanced since it was closed off to enable the construction work being undertaken at Cal Memorial Stadium.
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