Berkeley day care provider loses license after weapons conviction [BANG]
Local 123 opens second location in Albany: an Airstream trailer [Express]
Maoz vegetarian on Telegraph to close [Chowhound]
Beware sidewalk sitters: Berkeley is coming for you [MSNBC.com]
Snapp shot: Box of Christmas ornaments stolen [Inside Bay Area]
Impact of BART disruption on UC Berkeley workers [UCB News]
Chancellor Birgeneau hits back at columnist George Will [SF Business Times]
Berkeley man ordered to stand trial for liquor store shooting [Daily Planet]
Costs for Occupy the Farm protests total more than $300k [Daily Cal]
Tips for a UC Berkeley freshman [Quora]
Peter Manoleas wins $25k award for work in mental health [California Wellness]
Affirmative action group files $15m police brutality lawsuit against Cal [BAMN]
Berkeley will commemorate the centennial of the birth of noted environmentalist David Brower with a year long celebration.
BART expects to resume full Transbay service by 4:00pm today following a shutdown of services between the East Bay and San Francisco caused by a three-alarm fire at a construction site near West Oakland BART early this morning.
Three Berkeley elementary schools secure additional federal funding for their cooking and gardening programs for the next academic year.
A solo exhibition of the work of Berkeley-based photographer Michael Layefsky recently opened at the main branch of the Berkeley Public Library.
Seekers and dreamers have been finding their way to Berkeley for more than a century, but I doubt anyone’s arrived with a quest quite like Zan Stewart’s. After four decades as one of the nation’s most prolific and respected jazz writers, he’s exchanged his pen for a horn, devoting himself to honing his craft as an improviser and interpreter of jazz standards.
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