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The Berkeley Wire: 05.02.16

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The Berkeley Wire: 04.29.16

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The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend

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IBD.squarespace.com_INDEPENDENT BOOKSTORE DAY Books and Berkeley: never did two words fit more easily together. Saturday, April 30, is a day to celebrate independent bookstores as 420 bookstores around the country, including many in Berkeley, will host authors and readings and other events. Famed and funny science writer Mary Roach will appear at 3 p.m. at Pegasus Downtown at 2349 Shattuck Ave. Roach will do an AMA (based on Reddit’s “Ask Me Anything” series). “Science quandary keeping you up at night? Want to know what happens when you place a chameleon on a mirror?… Mary Roach can answer your non-pertinent questions. “You can get homemade dog treats at Mrs. Dalloway’s all day, become your favorite literary character by dressing up in costume (provided) and taking your picture at Books, Inc., at 1491 Shattuck Ave., or join in the unveiling of the large transportation collection at Moe’s Books on Telegraph Avenue — and hear songs about trains. Check the website of your local bookstore for more details. … Continue reading »

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The Berkeley Wire: 04.28.16

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The Berkeley Wire: 04.27.16

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The Berkeley Wire: 04.26.16

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The Berkeley Wire: 04.25.16

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The Berkeley Wire: 04.22.16

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The Berkeley Wire: 04.21.16

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The Berkeley Wire: 04.20.16

Fourth Street, Berkeley. Photo, taken on April 19, 2016, by David Gould

Fourth Street, Berkeley. Photo, taken on April 19, 2016, by David Gould

If you build it they will play: Experimental instrument makers shine (KQED Arts)
American Academy of Arts and Sciences elects nine Cal faculty members (UCB News)
Students fight for access to on-campus medical abortions (USA Today College)
Broadway-bound ‘Monsoon Wedding’ heading to Berkeley Rep (Broadway World)
Director of ‘Sold’ takes on sex trafficking in India (Eat Drink Films)
Hearing for lawsuits over Harold Way project set for Aug. 26 (Daily Cal)
City officials, community talk about revitalization plans for Adeline Corridor (Daily Cal)

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The Berkeley Wire: 04.19.16

Have friend, will paddleboard. Photo by Mohan Ajmani taken at the Berkeley marina on April 18, 2016

Have friend, will paddleboard. Photo by Mohan Ajmani taken at the Berkeley marina on April 18, 2016

$15 minimum wage likely to appear on Berkeley ballot (Express)
Knopf editor Jonathan Segal on TJ Stiles second Pulitzer Prize (Signature)
Sun, campus shine on Cal Day 2016 (UCB News)
70-year-old woman robbed on Campus Drive (Daily Cal)
Campus community reacts to Claude Steele’s resignation (Daily Cal)
Landmark Claremont Hotel could get new neighbors: condos (Mercury News)
Sweetgreen’s organic salads have landed in Berkeley (SF Eater)

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