Game day survival pack

For some of us, our first Game Day experience occurred when we were too young to remember anything but feeling like the tallest person at California Memorial Stadium. On the shoulders of a parent or tossed into the air like a Hail Mary, we felt our brief moment of levity synchronized
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Guide to Berkeley’s new summer food spots

The restaurant scene in Berkeley is always evolving and we at the Clog wanted to make sure that you’re all keeping up. So here’s the Clog’s guide to new eateries in Berkeley this summer. Famous Bao Taking the place of Dot Island Grill, this new Xi’an inspired Chinese style restaurant
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An interview with Smoke’s Poutinerie’s Danny Rodriguez

Owner Danny Rodriguez first decided that he wanted to open up a Berkeley franchise of the well-known Canadian establishment while shooting a film in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After a long day of filming “Strings,” a title later changed to “Bravetown,” Rodriguez found immediate comfort in a steaming box of french fries, gravy and cheese
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Reimagining Telegraph: cat cafes and berry bowls

As much as we love Telegraph Avenue, we’re not going to lie: If we had our way, we’d make some changes. American Apparel’s way too expensive, and honestly, we’d much rather replace any nonfood establishment with a food establishment. Unless it involves cats. So the Clog took this idea and
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