At last, the holy grains of Berkeley stop signs [BuboBlog]
Avi Levine, longtime rabbi at Beth El in Berkeley, dies at 70 [J-Weekly]
Pappy’s Grill on Telegraph will open with Cal theme [Berkeley Voice]
Michael Pollan brings home-brewed beer onto Colbert [Colbert]
Average time spent at Philz Coffee in Berkeley: 43 minutes [Newsfactor]
Rally on Sproul Plaza supports affirmative action [Daily Cal]
Jorge Gutierrez took tough road to become Cal star [Huff Po]
Four months of flooding have left Thailand devastated, with large portions of the country still under water, making fresh food and water hard to come by for many.
Update, 11.04.11: There have been no reported sightings of a Muntjac deer according to Berkeley Animal Services. “We have had phone calls, but nobody has said they have seen this deer,” said BACS Officer Stevenson. She added that she had been to César Chávez Park to look for herself and that it is possible that a dog was mistaken for the miniature deer. “It’s a dog park, so there are lots of small four-legged animals. In one way I hope it’s not there. But in another I hope it’s there as I would like to see this deer,” she said.
By Robert Trachtenberg
Berkeley’s Dìa de los Muertos celebration in the Gourmet Ghetto Wednesday night offered music, dance, an altar to remember absent friends, weird and wonderful costumes, and food — lots of food, in fact, as the event was planned to coincide with street food fest Off The Grid. The photos here provide just a glimpse of how the evening unfolded by candlelight.
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