Four candidates to run for two seats on school board (Daily Cal)
The Hillside Club: A cultural treasure (Patch)
Cal’s Lucas King travels difficult road (Chronicle)
Vigil for those shot at Wisconsin Sikh temple (Mercury News)
Low-income kids SMASH into math & science (Washington Post)
Back in Berkeley: Football training camp (CBS Sports)
New dorm opening across from People’s Park (SF Business Times)
Convert on Fourth will customize Tom’s shoes (Diablo)
Berkeley police case featured on America’s Most Wanted show (BPD)
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The average American eats three burgers a week. The Berkeley-based Center for Investigative Reporting explores the real price of cheap beef in their new animation short The Hidden Costs of Hamburgers.
A MUSICAL TRIPLE THREAT – Natalie Cressman has music in her genes. The jazz trombonist-vocalist-composer is the daughter of Santana trombonist Jeff Cressman and jazz vocalist Sandy Cressman. All that music growing up imbued the younger Cressman with exceptional talent, which is on full display on her just-released debut album, Unfolding. Cressman and her band Secret Garden will perform Friday Aug. 10 at 8 pm at Freight & Salvage. The evening also includes a performance show by Peter Apfelbaum, a Berkeley-bred musician, composer, who has played with many of the greats. He will be joined by drummer Josh Jones. Tickets are $22.50.
The second screening in this year’s Summer Cinema on Center Street, a free outdoor movie series, takes place on Saturday August 11, at 7:30pm.
By Hannah Long
This is a partial list of recent crimes in Berkeley based on information from the Berkeley Police Department and the UC Police Department. The calls for service spreadsheet is available on Google Docs. See also the San Francisco Chronicle’s regularly published list of arrests in Berkeley. For other sources of information on crime in Berkeley see BPD’s Community CrimeView and Crimemapping.com.
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