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The Berkeley Wire: 02.12.16

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The Berkeley Wire: 02.11.16

Man and his friend, taken Feb. 8, 2016 from the Berkeley Marina. Photo: Mohan Ajmani

Man and his friend, taken Feb. 8, 2016 from the Berkeley Marina. Photo: Mohan Ajmani

The urgent protest art of the Berkeley political poster workshop (Hyperallergic)
A Look Back: Plane crash in the hills in 1941 (CoCo Times)
UC Berkeley students feel the Bern (Mercury News)
Berkeley enacts stricter mini-dorm regulations (Daily Democrat)
Man withdraws insanity plea in attempted murder case (CoCo Times)
Berkeley considers asking taxpayers for funds to upgrade facilities (CoCo Times)
Soda tax revenue allocation to be discussed in coming months (Daily Cal)
An intentional homeless community (Express)

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The Berkeley Wire: 02.10.16

Skyline by Alan Mah, taken Feb. 7, 2016

City of Berkeley by Alan Mah, taken Feb. 7, 2016

Is Niki Peters UC’s smartest student? (The Daily Clog)
Forked: Rating eateries on how they treat workers (UCB News)
Sweets shop opens on Shattuck Avenue (Daily Cal)
Inkworks Press 1974-2016 (Express)
Council refers Affordable Housing Action plan for analysis (Daily Cal)
Famed California records store hopes to sell weed as well (SF Gate)
Council discusses potential ballot measures (Daily Cal)
‘Vanishing Ice’ at Brower Center makes bid for action on climate change (KQED Arts)

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Where in Berkeley?

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Photo: Michael Fox.

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The Berkeley Wire: 02.09.16

February flowers by Quinn Dombrowski, taken Feb. 9, 2016

February flowers by Quinn Dombrowski, taken Feb. 9, 2016

Ken Light’s collection recaptures sights of the sixties (California)
Longtime school spokesman Mark Coplan to run for city council (CoCo Times)
Three UC Berkeley faculty members elected to National Academy of Engineering (UCB News)
Babette: Artful food in the new Bampfa (Bay Area Bites)
A little known ‘Barber’ gets a rare revival (SF Gate)
President Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, asked to honor speaker’s boycott at Cal (Indy Media)
DNA-editing company goes public while nasty patent fight continues (BuzzFeed)
Take in Antoinette’s unbeatable view, interiors (SF Eater)

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The Berkeley Wire: 02.08.16

Bird nibbling blossom by Mohan Ajmani, taken on Feb. 7, 2015

Bird nibbling blossom by Mohan Ajmani, taken on Feb. 7, 2015

Cal band performed at Super Bowl halftime show with Beyonce, Bruno Mars (NBC)
Jury hands down guilty verdict in 2013 downtown Berkeley attempted homicide (CoCo Times)
Sophomore advances in Jeopardy college contest (UC Berkeley News)
The world’s most dedicated all-natural perfumer (T Magazine)
Berkeley police assist in Super Bowl patrols (48 Hills)
Cal routs Stanford 76-61 in Pac-12 hoops (Daily Democrat)
Amy Dencler: Getting to know the new Chez Panisse chef (Inside Scoop)

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The Berkeley Wire: 02.05.16

The View by Film&PhotoArchivist, taken Jan. 28, 2106

The View by Film&PhotoArchivist, taken Jan. 28, 2106

Opposites attract at ‘Little Erik’ at Aurora Theater Co. – or do they? (SF Gate)
UC Berkeley undergoes construction at multiple sites (Daily Cal)
Motorist hospitalized after rollover crash on I-80 (CoCo Times)
Author, UC professor Scott Saul launches new podcast, Chapter & Verse (UCB News)
Endless Summer Sweets brings faire to Berkeley (Inside Scoop)
Mayoral candidates file campaign statements (Daily Cal)
Commission will recommend 3 of 6 cannabis dispensaries to council (Daily Cal)
Cal professor lambasts new ‘black box’ network monitoring hardware (Ars Technica)
Credit union donates $7K to breast cancer support group (IBA)

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The Berkeley Wire: 02.04.16

Into the Void by Ira Serkes, taken Nov. 2014

Into the Void by Ira Serkes, taken Nov. 21, 2014

Cal football adds 25 new recruits on Signing Day (Daily Cal)
Students raise awareness about effects of increasing textbook prices (Daily Cal)
The Kinkification of the East Bay (Express)
Dwight Jaffee, Haas expert on real estate and finance, dies (UCB News)
Berkeley dining event benefits schools’ gardening programs (CoCo Times)
Lights going back on at UC Theater (CoCo Times)

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The Berkeley Wire: 02.03.16

Ketchup by David Gould, taken Jan. 30 2016

Ketchup by David Gould, taken Jan. 30 2016

Consortium led by UC Berkeley gets $25M grant (Your Nuclear News)
Heavy presence by Berkeley police outside Richmond home (Richmond Confidential)
Finalists present proposals for fourth dispensary (Daily Cal)
Wine store owner ordered to turn over computer in bankruptcy proceedings (Daily Cal)
BHS boys basketball team falls to Castro Valley (CoCo Times)
Tao brings his virtuosity to Berkeley (SF Gate)
Elmwood district offer shops, history (SF Gate)
Secret computer saved, IT tech specialist hired in Premier Cru bankruptcy (CoCo Times)
Aurora Theatre Co. to present ORIGINATE + GENERATE (Broadway World)

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Where in Berkeley?

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Photo: Daniel O’Connell.

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The Berkeley Wire: 02.02.16

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The Berkeley Wire: 02.01.16

Berkeley Marina. Photo: Donna Insalaco

Berkeley Marina. Photo: Donna Insalaco

UC admits liability in 2014 death of football player Ted Agu (SF Chronicle)
Cal students file suit against Google alleging illegal scanning of emails (Daily Cal)
Cal professors fear UC bosses will spy on them (SF Chronicle)
The strange ritual of Silicon Valley intern recruiting (The Atlantic)
Campus, downtown merging in Berkeley (SF Chronicle)
Y Scholars aid BHS students (BHS Jacket)
Berkeley Symphony performs Lutoslawski & Beethoven concerti  (Daily Planet)
David Robertson and St. Louis Symphony deliver 2 memorable performances (Mercury News)

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The Berkeley Wire: 01.29.16

Between Storms, on Telegraph by Ted Friedman. Photo taken Jan. 18, 2016

Between Storms, on Telegraph by Ted Friedman. Photo taken Jan. 18, 2016

Balconies inspected, repaired, six months after new building codes take effect (Daily Cal)
Signs reveal discrimination practices at Pappy’s Grill & Sports Bar (Express)
Body found in water confirmed as missing Berkeley woman (Mercury News)
Judge orders Premier Cru owner to hand over secret computer (CoCo Times)
Japanese toy and snack store to open on Telegraph (Daily Cal)
19 Cal-affiliated people make Forbes 30 under 30 list (Notes from the Field)
Berkeley-based youth orchestra has free shows on tap (CoCo Times)
Dance productions showcase student excellence (BHS Jacket)
Telegraph Avenue’s desolation row (Berkeley Reporter)
An Alice Waters recipe to celebrate a new museum (T Magazine)
‘Old Bum’ for mayor: An interview with Mike Lee (Daily Cal)
Family of Cal soccer player killed while crossing freeway sues frat (Daily Mail)
A recipe for life: Bake. Swim. Give. (UCB News)
‘Philosophy Talk’ asks about happiness and altruism Live in Berkeley (KALW)

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