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Stakeholders discuss potential impact of West Berkeley Project

In what was one of the most well-attended Zoning Adjustments Board meetings in the last four years, representatives of city groups and other community members met last Thursday to comment on the potential consequences of the West Berkeley Project and evaluate its draft Environmental Impact Report.
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Best brunch in Berkeley

We all know about that infamous long line at La Note. We at the Clog have waited over an hour for a table before being able to treat ourselves to a scrumptious brunch. But, unsurprisingly, La Note isn’t the only option in town to grab a bite with friends in the morning. Here are a few of our favorites based on the things we think matter to you.
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Public transportation promises

Last semester’s bus pass expired Tuesday, which means that there’s a heightened sense of urgency around going to the Cal 1 Card office and getting your Class Pass. Once you have a bus pass, it seems as though the places you can go are endless. The Bay Area becomes easily
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It’s Parents’ Weekend! Here are 15 things to do

If there’s one thing that gets us to attack the pile of laundry overtaking our desk chairs, it’s having our parents come to visit. Once you’ve got your apartment or dorm all tidied up for Parents and Reunion Weekend at Homecoming this weekend, you’ll have to figure out how to
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TeaCal at Teance allows members of the community to learn all about tea.

The time for tea

Berkeley's Teance offers a variety of teas, some of which may never be seen again

Teance is a serene oasis that shoppers on Fourth Street could duck into to seek shelter in from the hustle bustle outside and at the same time still feel connected with the outdoors through the abundance of sunlight, the water cascade that showers from the ceiling into a small pond with goldfish, the fresh flowers and even the bamboo coasters.
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