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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Fresh from the Sunshine State, the Miami City Ballet beamed starlike upon Zellerbach Hall on the opening night of Sept. 23.
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Fresh from the Sunshine State, the Miami City Ballet beamed starlike upon Zellerbach Hall on the opening night of Sept. 23.
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Residents of Berkeley passing through the Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza on Monday might have heard loud noises played from loudspeakers at about 1:30 a.m.
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Residents of Berkeley passing through the Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza on Monday might have heard loud noises played from loudspeakers at about 1:30 a.m.
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Alameda County announced the creation of the Alameda County Arts Relief Grant Program on Oct. 30, which will provide funds to nonprofit arts and cultural organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Alameda County announced the creation of the Alameda County Arts Relief Grant Program on Oct. 30, which will provide funds to nonprofit arts and cultural organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Comedian, actor and Berkeley-local Andy Samberg was the latest guest on “Reading Is Instrumental,” the virtual musical storytime series created by the Berkeley Public Library Foundation and the Berkeley Symphony.
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Comedian, actor and Berkeley-local Andy Samberg was the latest guest on “Reading Is Instrumental,” the virtual musical storytime series created by the Berkeley Public Library Foundation and the Berkeley Symphony.
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Hong Kingston and Kingston both brought animated facial expressions and hand gestures to the reading, which additionally enlivened the performance. 
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Hong Kingston and Kingston both brought animated facial expressions and hand gestures to the reading, which additionally enlivened the performance. 
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The renovated Downtown Berkeley BART station plaza opened to the public Thursday with a ceremony that included speeches, ribbon-cutting, music and the unveiling of a 14-foot-tall metal sculpture.
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The renovated Downtown Berkeley BART station plaza opened to the public Thursday with a ceremony that included speeches, ribbon-cutting, music and the unveiling of a 14-foot-tall metal sculpture.
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