Poet Al Young gets his own day in Berkeley [OC Weekly]
City Council asks UC to stop managing Livermore and Los Alamos Labs (Daily Cal)
New book reveals human cost of climate change (Berkeley Law)
Clay monotypes by Bonnie Boller on display at Alta Bates art gallery (Inside Bay Area)
Michael Pollan establishes new food and farming fellowship (Berkeley School of Journalism)
Cal alum, 23, Peace Corps volunteer dies in China (Daily Cal)
A fork in the road: bus rides in Berkeley (Berkeley Blog)
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YEAR OF THE SNAKE Thank your lucky stars that you don’t need to brave Beijing Railway Station, reportedly the busiest spot on Earth this weekend, to find Lunar New Year celebrations. Berkeleyans can instead stroll over to Solano Avenue for a Lunar New Year parade and performance celebrating the Year of the Snake on Sunday. The performances kick off at 1o a.m. in Landmark Theatre’s Albany Twin, and include acrobatics by members of the SF Circus, Chinese dance by Ah-Lan Dance and Lion Dance and a martial arts display by Golden Lion. After the performance, there will be a parade up the entire length of Solano (on the sidewalk), starting at noon. Performance at Albany Twin, 1115 Solano Avenue, Albany, at 10 a.m. on Sunday.
On Thursday Feb. 7 at around 4:30 p.m. a burglary in progress was interrupted in the 1500 block of La Vereda Road in north Berkeley after an alert neighbor spotted something suspicious and flagged down a police car.
By Tara Taylor
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