BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Al Geyer

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Berkeley’s People’s Park has been entered into the National Register of Historic Places for its association with student protests and countercultural activity in the 1960s.
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Berkeley’s People’s Park has been entered into the National Register of Historic Places for its association with student protests and countercultural activity in the 1960s.
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The Melt, a sandwich eatery at 2400 Telegraph Ave., closed suddenly for unknown reasons Monday after more than five years in Berkeley.
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The Melt, a sandwich eatery at 2400 Telegraph Ave., closed suddenly for unknown reasons Monday after more than five years in Berkeley.
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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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A year after the city’s largest apartment fire in recent memory, much is still uncertain for the former tenants and the Telegraph Avenue commercial district.
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A year after the city’s largest apartment fire in recent memory, much is still uncertain for the former tenants and the Telegraph Avenue commercial district.
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The Melt is the second soup and sandwich store to open on Telegraph Avenue in the last year, following Toaster Oven, and is one of numerous restaurants in the heavily trafficked area.
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The Melt is the second soup and sandwich store to open on Telegraph Avenue in the last year, following Toaster Oven, and is one of numerous restaurants in the heavily trafficked area.
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Aisles of booths dotted Telegraph Avenue Sunday afternoon, selling everything from shaved ice to whimsical trinkets as the summer street fair, LastSundaysFest, came to life on the street once again.
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Aisles of booths dotted Telegraph Avenue Sunday afternoon, selling everything from shaved ice to whimsical trinkets as the summer street fair, LastSundaysFest, came to life on the street once again.
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