Berkeley’s BeBop gives Korean food a California twist [BANG]
UC Berkeley cop cleared in Nov. broken finger case [Chronicle]
Poet Andy Clausen returns to Berkeley for reading [Tribune]
Cal in top 3 most politically active universities [PolicyMic]
Beloved Telegraph Ave shop owner remembered [Patch]
BHS Junior a winner in Rep’s One-Act Teen Festival [Broadway World]
Berkeley Patients Group gets a Federal letter [EBX]
Spike strip helps end CHP chase of car in Berkeley [Mercury News]
Whistle-blowers conference this weekend at Cal [Fresh Juice Party]
DISCOUNT DRUGS Kenneth Okwuegbe, who worked for CVS for years, opened Drate Pharmacy about five weeks ago at 2930 Shattuck near Ashby. Drate is a discount pharmacy offering generic drugs at prices lower than you can get in the big chains, said Okwuegbe, who originally hails from Nigeria. “Berkeley is a beautiful place,” he said. “It’s a place where everyone can fit in. Berkeley supports small businesses. It will support the little guy, like us.”
The renovated North Branch of the Berkeley Public Library will reopen on April 7, and the remodeled Claremont Branch will open shortly thereafter, on May 5, library officials announced Saturday night.
Update: 4:58 pm: Ta da! We have a winner! Alan Aki correctly guessed four of the photos above at 10:42 am this morning. He will be the lucky recipient of a box of bon-bon chocolates from Casa Des Chocolates. Congratulations Alan.
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