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Berkeley City College and mayor’s office create Pathways to College program (Daily Cal)
Berkeley takes on sugary drink industry (Triple Pundit)
Berkeley measures test popularity of council majority (EBX)
Police activity briefly shuts down University Ave. in West Berkeley (KPIX)
Measure BB would raise funds for I-80/ Gilman intersection (SF Chronicle)
Final beam put in place for Eshelman Hall at Cal (SF Business Times)
Classes for preschooler, toddlers in the East Bay (510 Families)
Program to help those with autism transition after high school (Mercury News)
A Look Back: Sproul not part of anti-war movement in 1939 (Mercury News)
Berkeley: Second ‘festival of ideas’ sets out for new horizons (CoCo Times)
After five years of sitting empty marked with a “For Lease” sign, the former Black Oak Books on Shattuck Avenue in North Berkeley will soon open its doors as a new business.
Measure D, the so-called soda tax measure which will be on the Berkeley ballot in November, continues to prompt heated debate in our community, and big spending by the constituents that oppose the tax. It’s not surprising: what happens in Berkeley could prove pivotal for the country at large.
Douglas Gayeton's new book is a dictionary of sorts, albeit with gorgeous images. He hopes it will change the way we make and consume food.
Authorities have found a 62-year-old Berkeley cyclist at fault for the crash with a vehicle that ultimately took his life about three weeks ago.
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