Berkeley scientist publishes paper without peer review (Daily Cal)
As of August 8, BUSD offices will be at 2020 Bonar Street (BUSD)
Conservationists smell a rat in Peet’s deal (Patch)
City commissions request report on 2011 diesel spill (Daily Cal)
One-woman Berkeley show explores race, gender, age (Mercury News)
Revival Bar & Kitchen review: fresh frontier (Chronicle)
New Italian, Greek coming to downtown Berkeley (Diablo)
Daily Cal leaves Eshleman Hall, moves to new offices (Daily Cal)
Cal to teach course on popular Chinese card game (China Daily)
I Files, a new YouTube channel for investigative journalism (Knight Foundation)
Berkeley history: Influential leader Keeler died in 1937 (Mercury News)
Chef of Five in Shattuck Hotel talks about summertime dining (EastBay Loop)
BART wants to make its system more bike-friendly. With that in mind, the transit company today launched a new Commute Period Bike Pilot Program that allows passengers to brings their bikes on trains all day every Friday in August. Bikes are usually banned from BART trains during commute hours.
Each week, Berkeley Police spokeswoman Officer Jennifer Coats peruses hundreds of “calls for service” that come into the Berkeley Police Department.
When the grooves get fierce, Hermann Lara feels right at home. Since moving back to the Bay Area in 1998 after earning a degree at Berklee College of Music, the San Francisco-born saxophonist has played in a vast array of dance-inducing settings, from Cuban timba ensembles and merengue bands to salsa combos and funk orchestras.
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