“An Iliad” review: Homeric epic hits home (Chronicle)
Proudly eclectic and free: KALX celebrates 50 years on air (UCB)
“The Sessions”: sex, comedy and something more (KOSU)
Four candidates vie for BART board post in redrawn district (Coco Times)
Berkeley student gov. condemns Three Strike law (Campus Reform)
Nacio Jan Brown: photographing Telegraph Avenue in 1969 (Chronicle)
Berkeley student denied Eagle Scout submits petition (Coco Times)
College football: Cal’s Jeff Tedford on the hot seat vs Stanford (NewsOK)
Berkeley Lab begins construction on solar energy complex (Coco Times)
Opponents of Measure T have issued a formal complaint to the city of Berkeley which states that supporters of the controversial measure are using false and misleading information on flyers that have been mailed to voters.
BIG GAME RALLY Moving the Big Game to the middle of the football season means Cal will have to change its pre-game celebration. Instead of rallying with a bonfire at the Greek Theater (it has a concert tonight) the Big Game Rally will be celebrated with a “pyrotechnic extravaganza that has never been done before in the Berkeley area.” Doors at Edwards Track and Field Stadium will open at 8:00 pm, and the Rally begins at 9:00 pm on Friday, Oct. 19. The event is free.
Berkeley's wine maverick Kermit Lynch celebrates 40 years in business.
The Claremont Resort and Spa may be headed for the auction block.
This is a partial list of recent crimes in Berkeley based on information from the Berkeley Police Department and the UC Berkeley Police Department.
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