BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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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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Even though “Beale Street” is a better film than “Vice,” the latter is the easier awards sell. As films such as “Darkest Hour” or “Bohemian Rhapsody” can attest, even awful-to-mediocre biopics with strong central performances are an Oscars shoo-in for best actor and best picture.
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Even though “Beale Street” is a better film than “Vice,” the latter is the easier awards sell. As films such as “Darkest Hour” or “Bohemian Rhapsody” can attest, even awful-to-mediocre biopics with strong central performances are an Oscars shoo-in for best actor and best picture.
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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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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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