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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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‘ottoy, a restaurant launched by Cafe Ohlone, opened Wednesday at UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
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‘ottoy, a restaurant launched by Cafe Ohlone, opened Wednesday at UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
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In order to understand the gravity of Cafe Ohlone’s reopening, the UC Berkeley community must fully grasp the Hearst Museum’s problematic past.
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In order to understand the gravity of Cafe Ohlone’s reopening, the UC Berkeley community must fully grasp the Hearst Museum’s problematic past.
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The complicated legacy of Alfred Kroeber will no longer be honored on a campus building after UC Berkeley denamed Kroeber Hall, a decision that has drawn both praise and criticism.
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The complicated legacy of Alfred Kroeber will no longer be honored on a campus building after UC Berkeley denamed Kroeber Hall, a decision that has drawn both praise and criticism.
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Berkeley and the inner East Bay have always been Ohlone land. The food and message we share at Cafe Ohlone is rooted in justice for our Ohlone people.
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Berkeley and the inner East Bay have always been Ohlone land. The food and message we share at Cafe Ohlone is rooted in justice for our Ohlone people.
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William McClung, founder of University Press Books, the Musical Offering Cafe and various other organizations, died July 27 at age 81.
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William McClung, founder of University Press Books, the Musical Offering Cafe and various other organizations, died July 27 at age 81.
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As many across the Bay Area look for alternatives to supermarkets in the age of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, foragers urge shoppers to search no further than backyard weeds and tufts of wild plants on their street corners.
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As many across the Bay Area look for alternatives to supermarkets in the age of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, foragers urge shoppers to search no further than backyard weeds and tufts of wild plants on their street corners.
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Everybody’s favorite Canadian avocado-loving heartthrob is making a stop at the Castro Theatre on Wednesday to celebrate his first cookbook: “Antoni in the Kitchen.” 
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Everybody’s favorite Canadian avocado-loving heartthrob is making a stop at the Castro Theatre on Wednesday to celebrate his first cookbook: “Antoni in the Kitchen.” 
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