UC picks new vendor for shuttle buses, but retains drivers [UCB News]
Cleanup of diesel fuel in Strawberry Creek is winding down [UCB News]
MLK Day events and closures [Patch]
From Syria to Berkeley High School [BHS Jacket]
Berkeley’s filmmaker’s documentary on apartheid is “monumental” [Chronicle]
Author ponders what’s a “true-life” novel? [Talking Writing]
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Specialist wilderness equipment store Marmot Mountain Works, which opened on Adeline Street in Berkeley in 1976, will close its doors permanently in March.
At next Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, a seemingly uncontentious item suggests that Berkeley adopt a formal policy for the naming and renaming of public facilities.
Berkeley’s food mavens will likely be out in force tonight at the Good Food Awards at San Francisco’s Ferry Building and many of the judges for this annual event — sponsored by Seedling Projects and now in its second year — hail from this city’s gourmand ranks. But only one Berkeley name may find a place on the winners’ podium.
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