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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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From the intersections of Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Wooley Street to Adeline and Alcatraz, Berkeley and Oakland residents took the streets for the 35th annual Berkeley Juneteenth Festival on Saturday. 
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From the intersections of Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Wooley Street to Adeline and Alcatraz, Berkeley and Oakland residents took the streets for the 35th annual Berkeley Juneteenth Festival on Saturday. 
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What became clear as the band launched into its closer “Breezeblocks” is the way in which alt-J has grown into its image.
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What became clear as the band launched into its closer “Breezeblocks” is the way in which alt-J has grown into its image.
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Relaxer is still weird, but for the first time for the band, steps beyond a reliance on style into a search for substance.
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Relaxer is still weird, but for the first time for the band, steps beyond a reliance on style into a search for substance.
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“Adeline” is more than tinged with sadness — melancholy drives the track from its opening notes, the lyrics offering little hope of success in the romantic premise.
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“Adeline” is more than tinged with sadness — melancholy drives the track from its opening notes, the lyrics offering little hope of success in the romantic premise.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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The dismantling of a South Berkeley homeless encampment Friday was a citywide operation resulting in the arrest of four civilians, including District 2 Berkeley City Council candidate Nanci Armstrong-Temple.
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The dismantling of a South Berkeley homeless encampment Friday was a citywide operation resulting in the arrest of four civilians, including District 2 Berkeley City Council candidate Nanci Armstrong-Temple.
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About 11:50 a.m. Thursday, several power outages affected nearly 4,000 people in South Berkeley and North Oakland, according to Pacific Gas and Electric.
About 11:50 a.m. Thursday, several power outages affected nearly 4,000 people in South Berkeley and North Oakland, according to Pacific Gas and Electric.
Community members convened Wednesday night to discuss developments in two Berkeley neighborhoods, particularly regarding the revitalization of the Adeline Corridor and proposed construction of a six-story residential and commercial building on Telegraph Avenue.
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Community members convened Wednesday night to discuss developments in two Berkeley neighborhoods, particularly regarding the revitalization of the Adeline Corridor and proposed construction of a six-story residential and commercial building on Telegraph Avenue.
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More than 30 people attended a public meeting Wednesday night to give feedback on a proposed six-story mixed-use building in the Adeline corridor, an area of Berkeley that is targeted for redevelopment.
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More than 30 people attended a public meeting Wednesday night to give feedback on a proposed six-story mixed-use building in the Adeline corridor, an area of Berkeley that is targeted for redevelopment.
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