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[Sponsored] Metro Lighting on San Pablo Avenue is proud to be unabashedly local — a slow goods manufacturer of customized lighting that has been operating in Berkeley for 24 years.
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The owners of this new garden in North Berkeley got everything they wanted and more: a peaceful outdoor living space, beautiful plants and bountiful edibles.
[Sponsored] Support a local cause, celebrate and get free juice and smoothies at the grand opening on Fourth Street on Saturday at 11 a.m.
[Sponsored] There are many factors contributing to the housing crisis, including a severe shortage of new houses, but one often-overlooked reason is state and federal taxes.
[Sponsored] The university-affiliated senior housing project is a first for the Bay Area.
The 37th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, presented by the Jewish Film Institute, presents 65 films, parties, events and special performances, from July 20 to Aug. 6.
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[Sponsored]: The fifth annual Berkeley Restaurant Week kicks off today, with special-value lunch and dinner menus through Sunday, Jan. 29 at Berkeley restaurants across the city.
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