BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

Jamari Snipes

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Mezzo, formerly known as Cafe Intermezzo, and Raleigh’s restaurants at the intersection of Haste Street and Telegraph Avenue reopened June 27 after a fire destroyed both restaurants in November 2011.
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Mezzo, formerly known as Cafe Intermezzo, and Raleigh’s restaurants at the intersection of Haste Street and Telegraph Avenue reopened June 27 after a fire destroyed both restaurants in November 2011.
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On July 1, AC Transit will increase the cost of fares and passes for the first time since 2011, according to the AC Transit website.
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On July 1, AC Transit will increase the cost of fares and passes for the first time since 2011, according to the AC Transit website.
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Ippuku, a Japanese dining bar located in Downtown Berkeley, is being sued for disability discrimination after allegedly denying access to a prospective customer who uses a wheelchair.
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Ippuku, a Japanese dining bar located in Downtown Berkeley, is being sued for disability discrimination after allegedly denying access to a prospective customer who uses a wheelchair.
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UC Berkeley graduate Lauren Kirk-Coehlo — who pled guilty in April to vandalizing at a Davis mosque — was sentenced Friday to five years probation for the crime.
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UC Berkeley graduate Lauren Kirk-Coehlo — who pled guilty in April to vandalizing at a Davis mosque — was sentenced Friday to five years probation for the crime.
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Alta Bates Summit Medical Center radiation oncology department, which housed the first TomoTherapy machine in the East Bay, the “preferred” radiation treatment for complex tumors, is set to close July 14.
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Alta Bates Summit Medical Center radiation oncology department, which housed the first TomoTherapy machine in the East Bay, the “preferred” radiation treatment for complex tumors, is set to close July 14.
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Gerson P. Bakar, campus alumnus and Haas School of Business philanthropist, died Monday, according to a campus press release. Bakar was 89 years old.
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Gerson P. Bakar, campus alumnus and Haas School of Business philanthropist, died Monday, according to a campus press release. Bakar was 89 years old.
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The First Congregational Church of Berkeley at 2345 Channing Way opened its doors for the first time May 21 after a massive fire last fall.
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The First Congregational Church of Berkeley at 2345 Channing Way opened its doors for the first time May 21 after a massive fire last fall.
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The California State Senate passed SB 687 on Wednesday, which will prevent nonprofit hospitals from closing their emergency room without permission from the state attorney general.
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The California State Senate passed SB 687 on Wednesday, which will prevent nonprofit hospitals from closing their emergency room without permission from the state attorney general.
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Since 2012, the University of California Office of the President has reimbursed the regents more than $225,000 for private dinner parties, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
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Since 2012, the University of California Office of the President has reimbursed the regents more than $225,000 for private dinner parties, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
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Campus English professor emeritus Alex Zwerdling died May 16 after a protracted illness. He was 84.
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Campus English professor emeritus Alex Zwerdling died May 16 after a protracted illness. He was 84.
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