Berkeley artist Jen Oaks fills your days with cheeky ladies [SFWeekly]
In Berkeley, guys go ga-ga for My Little Pony [WSJ]
Credit unions benefit from anti-Wall Street movement [Chronicle]
Berkeley woman awarded $100K for work with Chinese orphans [Daily Planet]
Report puts downtown Berkeley among poorest local ‘hoods [Coco Times]
The most dangerous intersections for walkers [Patch]
Thirty stories about Berkeley [TheGrilledCheezGuy]
Billie: UC Berkeley mainstay wins students’ hearts [Chronicle]
“Sam’s Enchanted Evening” is a must-see at the Marsh [NBC]
Councilmember’s aide helps organize bank protest [Tribune]
Cell phone safety workshop comes to Berkeley [Cision Wire]
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Berkeley's alternative food programs and businesses in the spotlight on a food soverignty tour co-hosted by Bay Area Green Tours Saturday.
It’s going to take someone with a certain je ne sais quoi to buy the newly listed home at 1985 Tunnel Road ($998,000). Someone who says “‘pah’! to minimalism, enough with discreet style, who cares about low-key elegance and understatement? I want to live large.”
Berkeley’s Medical Cannabis Commission agreed on Thursday to send a letter to the city manager expressing concern about the proliferation of cannabis collectives in areas that are not zoned for them.
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