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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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For Berkeley residents with an affinity for pizza, beer and funky music, a local brewery and restaurant has collaborated with the California Jazz Conservatory, or CJC, to host a music night every Wednesday. 
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For Berkeley residents with an affinity for pizza, beer and funky music, a local brewery and restaurant has collaborated with the California Jazz Conservatory, or CJC, to host a music night every Wednesday. 
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, local businesses in Berkeley struggled to adapt to ever-changing regulations and customer influxes as they continued to seek external support. 
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, local businesses in Berkeley struggled to adapt to ever-changing regulations and customer influxes as they continued to seek external support. 
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Berkeley’s small business owners met virtually Thursday to discuss the actions they are taking to engage with customers and to financially support their businesses during the shelter-in-place order.
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Berkeley’s small business owners met virtually Thursday to discuss the actions they are taking to engage with customers and to financially support their businesses during the shelter-in-place order.
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Small businesses throughout Berkeley are relying on donations and grants to stay afloat amid the shelter-in-place order due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although facing tough times, many are engaging in innovative means to support themselves, their employees and the community.
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Small businesses throughout Berkeley are relying on donations and grants to stay afloat amid the shelter-in-place order due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although facing tough times, many are engaging in innovative means to support themselves, their employees and the community.
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If you’re a bar-goer who finally has time to go out and about before final exams, look no further. We at the Clog are here with everything you need to know about the fine and dandy happy hours around campus.
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If you’re a bar-goer who finally has time to go out and about before final exams, look no further. We at the Clog are here with everything you need to know about the fine and dandy happy hours around campus.
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Eating pizza and joining in on some friendly competition? This truly sounds like a UC Berkeley student's dream. Pizza is truly something all Berkeley residents can stand by. Happy Pizza Lovers Month and eat up!
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Eating pizza and joining in on some friendly competition? This truly sounds like a UC Berkeley student's dream. Pizza is truly something all Berkeley residents can stand by. Happy Pizza Lovers Month and eat up!
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Amid growing divisions in American society, there is a unifying light: love of pizza. On Feb. 1, Pizza Lovers Month begins in Berkeley.
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Amid growing divisions in American society, there is a unifying light: love of pizza. On Feb. 1, Pizza Lovers Month begins in Berkeley.
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Gather your most well-read friends, grab a few drinks and stake your claim for the ultimate trivia victory. Daily Cal finds the best locations for Trivia Nights.
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Gather your most well-read friends, grab a few drinks and stake your claim for the ultimate trivia victory. Daily Cal finds the best locations for Trivia Nights.
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Without warning to some employees and the property manager, Perdition Smokehouse, a Texas barbecue and craft beer restaurant on University Avenue, served its last meals Sunday night.
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Without warning to some employees and the property manager, Perdition Smokehouse, a Texas barbecue and craft beer restaurant on University Avenue, served its last meals Sunday night.
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California’s minimum wage is set to soon become the highest of any state in the nation, following the approval of a bill that would raise the state minimum wage by two dollars by 2016.
California’s minimum wage is set to soon become the highest of any state in the nation, following the approval of a bill that would raise the state minimum wage by two dollars by 2016.