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The protagonist of the Berkeley author’s novel owns a book store on Telegraph Avenue, has a distaste for violent men, and bears more than a passing resemblance to “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”s Lisbeth Salander.
Berkeley’s bicycle infrastructure is a particularly glaring problem because the city talks a big game but delivers so little.
There’s a growing number of local counter-service eateries offering flavors and forms not typically associated with halal cuisine. Their mission: to make more foods accessible to more diners.
Working under cerulean skies with a fresh westerly breeze, six volunteers spent part of Memorial Day bringing the Peace Symbol in Cesar Chavez Park back to life.