Fifth annual downtown MusicFest kicks off with free concert (Examiner)
Slideshow: Five great Berkeley restaurants (BANG)
Berkeley residents and philanthropy (Patch)
Revamped menu at renovated Memorial Stadium (UCB)
Review: Berkeley’s Comal rocks its regional Mexican roots (EBX)
BHS teachers do science to teach science (UCB)
BACK IN TIME Body Time, which was founded 42 years ago on Telegraph Avenue, has found its way back to its roots with a new store on Telegraph, just north of Channing. “I love Telegraph,” said Terra De Almeida, president of Body Time. She said the recent opening of The Melt, and the lines at the nearby ice cream sandwich specialist Cream, give her a lot of confidence about the location.
By Jim Corr
No one else could portray neurotic young men quite as well as Anthony Perkins. From Fear Strikes Out to Psycho and beyond, Perkins specialized in playing guys who, despite being burdened with major psychological problems, could still engage an audience’s sympathy — even after committing murder in a spooky old motel.
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