Berkeley-Oakland dance camp teaches discipline, esteem (BANG)
Government will increase recovery rates for Cal research projects (Daily Cal)
Snapp Shots: Berkeley Jazzschool camp coming up (BANG)
Michael Pollan’s “In defense of Food” a good summer read (Press Banner)
Cal Performances’ AileyCamp gives dancer freedom to learn (Mercury News)
New hippie-themed cafe wins loyal Berkeley customers (BANG)
Look up: Berkeley Kite Festival returns July 28-29 (Coco Times)
Rejuvenation Lighting comes to Berkeley (Chronicle)
Noam Lemish had been in Bhutan for a few months when he discovered that his efforts to bring new musical currents to the Himalayan kingdom had won a powerful ally. Hired in 2009 to launch a music school in the capital, Thimphu, the Israeli-American jazz pianist dedicated some of his spare time to spinning discs at a radio station, focusing on jazz, Western classical and international music from beyond the borders of the long isolated Buddhist nation.
Three hundred Japanese high school students walked through Sather Gate on Tuesday, snapping pictures of the UC Berkeley campus on their iPads and preparing for a three-week experience in community development, entrepreneurship, and cultural exchange.
By Kate Campbell
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