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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Daphne Chen

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Cafe Intermezzo and Raleigh's Bar & Grill are set to reopen as part a new building proposal submitted last week, well over a year after a fire destroyed the two eateries.
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Cafe Intermezzo and Raleigh's Bar & Grill are set to reopen as part a new building proposal submitted last week, well over a year after a fire destroyed the two eateries.
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Just last week, the owner of the historic Sequoia Apartment building that burned down in the Haste Street fire two years ago submitted new design plans to the city of Berkeley.
Just last week, the owner of the historic Sequoia Apartment building that burned down in the Haste Street fire two years ago submitted new design plans to the city of Berkeley.
After over 40 years working with Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency, a nonprofit that provides homeless shelters and services, Cheema, 67, is stepping down as executive director of the organization, although this is by no means the end of her advocacy work.
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After over 40 years working with Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency, a nonprofit that provides homeless shelters and services, Cheema, 67, is stepping down as executive director of the organization, although this is by no means the end of her advocacy work.
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At a special meeting Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council heard the City Manager’s first report of the year regarding the city’s unfunded liabilities.
At a special meeting Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council heard the City Manager’s first report of the year regarding the city’s unfunded liabilities.
Surrounded by a pile of tattered backpacks, Kelly Johnson squints against the sun’s glare as he recollects the years spent searching for a home.
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Surrounded by a pile of tattered backpacks, Kelly Johnson squints against the sun’s glare as he recollects the years spent searching for a home.
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The Berkeley Unified School District hired a new consulting firm to continue its extensive search for a permanent superintendent.
The Berkeley Unified School District hired a new consulting firm to continue its extensive search for a permanent superintendent.
About 50 community residents gathered Wednesday night at the Berkeley Art Gallery to discuss campaigning to prevent the potential sale of the Downtown Berkeley Post Office.
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About 50 community residents gathered Wednesday night at the Berkeley Art Gallery to discuss campaigning to prevent the potential sale of the Downtown Berkeley Post Office.
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At its meeting Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to approve of the Downtown Streets and Open Space Improvement Plan and the fees to fund the project.
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At its meeting Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to approve of the Downtown Streets and Open Space Improvement Plan and the fees to fund the project.
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The Berkeley City Council committed to establish a community process to address homelessness in the city.
The Berkeley City Council committed to establish a community process to address homelessness in the city.
In 1994, local ceramicist Rae Dunn had never thought about working with ceramics, nor had she touched clay before then. When Dunn randomly signed up for a ceramics class at the Sharon Art Studio in San Francisco, she never expected to discover a lifelong career.
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In 1994, local ceramicist Rae Dunn had never thought about working with ceramics, nor had she touched clay before then. When Dunn randomly signed up for a ceramics class at the Sharon Art Studio in San Francisco, she never expected to discover a lifelong career.
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