‘Turing’s Echo’ draws meaning out of repetition

The Oakland Pro Arts gallery in the heart of Downtown Oakland, currently presenting the “Turing’s Echo” juried exhibition, is so small and out of the way that it’s almost easy to walk by without noticing it’s there. One might miss it entirely except for the colorful animation of a head
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Former Berkeley council member Donald Jelinek dies at 82

Donald Jelinek, a former Berkeley council member and lawyer remembered for his enthusiastic work with the civil rights movement in the 1960s, died June 24 in his Berkeley home. He was 82. Jelinek grew up in the Bronx, New York, and earned his bachelor’s and law degrees from New York
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