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Berkeley students hold small rally against tuition increases (SF Chronicle)
Cal refuses to pay Berkeley’s minimum wage (Express)
Caught on camera: Haas Pavilion vandalism suspects (NBC)
Cal Consent campaign launches new poster series (Daily Cal)
Going deeper with Terry Riley (SF Classical Voice)
La Marcha coming to Berkeley in spring 2015 (Inside Scoop)
Zines of anarchy (Express)
Feds will thin, not clear-cut, eucalyptus trees in hills (Inside Bay Area)
Mitch Kapor case could change standards for large homes (SF Chronicle)
NPR names ‘Electric City’ as one of the best novels of the year (NPR)
Berkeley Rep presents world premiere of ‘Xs and Os’ (Broadway World)
Paul Dresher, Amy X Neuburg tribute to Diane Arbus in Berkeley (Mercury News)
It may be happenstance, or the sign of a specialized talent pool, but Berkeley is home to two new innovative headphone start-ups, both of which have made their debuts via crowd-funding sites.
Is A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (opening at Landmark’s Shattuck Cinemas on Friday, Dec. 5) truly ‘the first Iranian vampire western’, as its promotional material claims? Sadly, no – but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth seeing, assuming you can forgive the untruthful tagline.
The man found deceased in the southern end of Aquatic Park on Sunday Nov. 30 has been identified as Gary Baker.
What happens when two dudes who met while working at Google decide to open a beer business together? Well, the brewery's name alone is a story.
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