BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Yasmin Graeml

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The store had its alcoholic beverage license suspended by state authorities for selling alcohol to minors three times in the span of three years.
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The store had its alcoholic beverage license suspended by state authorities for selling alcohol to minors three times in the span of three years.
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On July 1, AC Transit bus users experienced a 25-cent increase in fares for adult riders paying in cash, though the price for Clipper card users remained stagnant.
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On July 1, AC Transit bus users experienced a 25-cent increase in fares for adult riders paying in cash, though the price for Clipper card users remained stagnant.
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UC Berkeley received five best practice awards for its sustainability programs during the the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference, an annual event held with the purpose of highlighting research, case studies, operational programs and community partnerships.
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UC Berkeley received five best practice awards for its sustainability programs during the the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference, an annual event held with the purpose of highlighting research, case studies, operational programs and community partnerships.
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CalSol — UC Berkeley’s student nonprofit organization that designs, builds, tests and races fully solar-powered vehicles — came in second place with its ninth-generation solar car, Tachyon, in the multi-occupant vehicle category at the 2019 Formula Sun Grand Prix.
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CalSol — UC Berkeley’s student nonprofit organization that designs, builds, tests and races fully solar-powered vehicles — came in second place with its ninth-generation solar car, Tachyon, in the multi-occupant vehicle category at the 2019 Formula Sun Grand Prix.
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The asthma hospitalization rate for African American children under age 5 is 10 times higher than the rate among white children in Berkeley, according to the Berkeley Public Health Division.
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The asthma hospitalization rate for African American children under age 5 is 10 times higher than the rate among white children in Berkeley, according to the Berkeley Public Health Division.
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Throughout his career, Vishaan Chakrabarti has acted as a longtime social impact architect and urban planner, improving public spaces in New York City.
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Throughout his career, Vishaan Chakrabarti has acted as a longtime social impact architect and urban planner, improving public spaces in New York City.
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Richard Castrillon, director of the North Berkeley Senior Center, said he believed it was very important to show that the event was open to anyone, making this idea clear with the “Come as You Are” theme. The event this year saw the participation of seniors and young people alike who are part of the LGBTQ+ community or who wanted to celebrate Pride with the community.
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Richard Castrillon, director of the North Berkeley Senior Center, said he believed it was very important to show that the event was open to anyone, making this idea clear with the “Come as You Are” theme. The event this year saw the participation of seniors and young people alike who are part of the LGBTQ+ community or who wanted to celebrate Pride with the community.
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Peter Selz, an art historian, professor and essayist who was the founding director of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, passed away Friday. He was 100.
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Peter Selz, an art historian, professor and essayist who was the founding director of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, passed away Friday. He was 100.
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The BART board of directors approved a $2.3 billion budget for fiscal year 2020 and announced a fare increase of 5.4 percent starting Jan. 1, 2020. The new budget should, according to BART spokespeople, increase the safety and quality of BART services.
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The BART board of directors approved a $2.3 billion budget for fiscal year 2020 and announced a fare increase of 5.4 percent starting Jan. 1, 2020. The new budget should, according to BART spokespeople, increase the safety and quality of BART services.
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In Berkeley, Juneteenth has been celebrated since 1987 as a way of promoting community pride and bringing South Berkeley businesses together. Organized by Berkeley Juneteenth Cultural Celebrations, the event was attended by Black community vendors, artists, musicians, social organizations and visitors.
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In Berkeley, Juneteenth has been celebrated since 1987 as a way of promoting community pride and bringing South Berkeley businesses together. Organized by Berkeley Juneteenth Cultural Celebrations, the event was attended by Black community vendors, artists, musicians, social organizations and visitors.
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