City asks food trucks near campus to leave (Daily Cal)
Berkeley considers banning surveillance drones (BANG)
‘Hard Nut’ returns to Berkeley, sharp and funny as ever (Mercury News)
2013 football season-ticket renewals now available (Cal Bears)
To Twistyman, creativity is air apparent (Chronicle)
Update, 5:23 p.m.: Via Stuart Flashman, “After another five hours of negotiating today (following up on two hours over the weekend) the agreement has been finalized. The RCPC Board (which has been primed for a vote since Friday) promptly approved the agreement by electronic vote. The other two groups (FANS and BPOD) will be voting tonight, but the community negotiators are unanimously recommending approval.”
A large branch which fell onto Ashby Avenue just outside Whole Foods Market earlier today took down a power line and closed the busy road.
Pomegranates and watermelon, as well as a hearty bean and noodle soup, are part of the Persian community's Yalda celebrations this week.
Got lemons? Make this delicious pie with its crispy shell and creamy, tart center. With its vanilla crust full of caramelized flavor, each sweet bite is both rich and light at once.
By Ted Friedman
About 50 people came out to Cedar Rose Park in Berkeley on Saturday evening, despite the rain, to take time to reflect on the tragedy that occurred in Newtown, CT, on Friday. The gathering was organized by Suzanne Teran and Sheela Jivan, who were inspired by a Move.org initiative to hold vigils at the same time across the nation this weekend. Other Bay Area vigils were held in San Francisco, Sunnyvale, Richmond, Alameda, and Oakland.
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