Mediterranean-inspired Cafe Réveille opens on Hearst Avenue

Cafe Réveille started out of a truck in the financial district in San Francisco and now has locations on the city’s Steiner Street and Long Bridge Street. Knoble Tankiamco, the cafe’s supervisor, said the company expanded to the East Bay because of its “convenient location next to Cal,” and he said he has noticed many UC Berkeley freshmen coming to the cafe. Much of the clientele at the cafe is from its San Francisco locations.
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A career in foamed milk

At the beginning of last summer, I found myself with a job at Avant-Card, a specialty card shop on Bancroft Way that sits next to a flower stand. I would come into work in a cute outfit I’d planned the night before, read Haruki Murakami’s “The Wind-up Bird Chronicle” behind the counter and play Anderson .Paak in the store. It was like my life was turning into a meme-y rom-com, and honestly, I was pretty okay with it.
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An illustration of columnist Annalise Kamegawa.

Annalise: Can’t say ‘Goodbye’

It wasn’t love at first sight or outlandish romantic gestures. It was this slow percolation of a honey-scented breath, it was the color of red lipstick stains on someone’s neck, it was everywhere.
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