Centenarian graduates Haas School of Business (Daily Cal)
Friends remember Berkeley carjacking victim (BANG)
Voters to decide controversial downtown zoning measures (BANG)
Eat, study, love: being abroad in Berkeley (Daily Cal)
Bears are back in Berkeley (Cal Bears)
Has free speech become a dead dogma at UC Berkeley? (Daily Cal)
Teen accused of setting bus passenger on fire close to plea deal (ABC)
BART apologizes after tearing down Big Soda ads at station (SF Weekly)
SUNDAY STREETS Sunday Streets is back for a third year on Oct. 12, and it’s certainly the biggest event of the weekend, taking over Shattuck Avenue from Haste to Rose from 11 am to 5 pm. It’s a chance to see the city in automobile-free mode as tens of thousands of people walk, bike, skate, discover, dance, and play along a car-free Shattuck Avenue. Businesses along the route host musicians and artists, restaurants and eateries offer outdoor seating and special menus. Don’t miss the Vine St. Block Party, with a wine and beer garden by Vintage Berkeley, eats by The Local Butcher Shop and Juicebar, live music, ACCI artist vendors, A Priori’s open house, and Twig & Fig’s annual paper sale. For a list of all the activities and festivities along the route, visit the Sunday Streets website. (more…)
The two candidates in a competitive state Assembly race had the chance to woo Berkeley voters at a debate hosted by the League of Women Voters at Berkeley City College on Tuesday.
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