Slideshow: A year since Telegraph Avenue fire (Chronicle)
Cal student from Grass Valley named as Rhodes Scholar (Sac Bee)
One year later magnitude of Haste St. fire dwarfs other fires (Daily Cal)
UC Berkeley awarded $20m from USAID (Daily Cal)
Iraq veteran feels at home in anti-war group (Coco Times)
Arrested Oakland bank robber had Berkeley address (Tribune)
Nurses to strike at ten Bay Area hospitals Tuesday (BANG)
Food donation needs are not just for humans anymore (Tri-Valley Times)
Divided electorate struck down Berkeley’s controversial measures (Tribune)
Stagnant progress for tenants, businesses affected by Telegraph fire (Daily Cal)
Families from a range of Berkeley school communities packed the Berkeley School Board meeting last week to speak out about the importance of the district’s gardening and cooking programs in the face of financial changes that could threaten the efforts in the future.
One day after feasting, football and family time on Thanksgiving Day, Cal Performances presents Switzerland’s Mummenschanz, a most bendable contemporary physical theater company celebrating 40 years in operation with their first North American tour since 2010.
Sadly, Measures O & N failed to obtain the required 2/3 vote.
Fifth grade students from Rosa Parks Elementary School in West Berkeley took home four of the top ten spots in a regional math competition Saturday, besting a field of more than 90 students from public and private elementary schools throughout the Bay Area. Rosa Parks student Ben Roberts took home the top prize, a Kindle Fire HD.
After a restructuring and seven months' work, Andronico's on Saturday unveiled a new-look store in Berkeley's Gourmet Ghetto. Specialty foods are on the agenda.
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