Berkeley chef pens a paean to small farmers [Bay Area News Group]
Arinell’s Pizza: where punk rawkers go when it rains [GrilledCheezGuy]
Occupy Berkeley: Urban homeless folk on the move [Jane Stillwater]
Berkeley says no to mutual police aid with UC and Oakland [Tribune]
Renowned Chilean musician visits Berkeley [UCB News Center]
Police in riot gear face down Occupy UC protesters [Coco Times]
Update, 7:52pm: Video footage of police beating protesters at today’s Occupy Cal demonstrations has emerged. The following video was uploaded to YouTube by Miles Mathews [Hat-tip: Bruce Love]:
The Aurora Theatre Company is leaping beyond tradition with a kinetic classic, Igor Stravinsky’s “The Soldier’s Tale”, created in 1918, and brought to new life through the imaginings of co-directors Muriel Maffre and Tom Ross.
Most second and third graders probably have fairly modest plans for next week. Josiah Stearman and Ben Rood, however, will be getting on a plane for Brazil to compete in the World Junior Chess Championships in Caldas Novas. The boys are the latest students of the Berkeley Chess School to represent the United States at the world championships.
It’s only been just over two months since former Chez Panisse chef Aaron Rocchino and his wife Monica opened The Local Butcher Shop in the heart of Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto. But the store, which prides itself on sourcing locally and embracing the whole animal, has already found a loyal clientele and two very local restaurant clients.
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