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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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The Berkeley Marina area is set for reconstruction. This comes months after the approval of the Berkeley Marina Roadway Improvements Project, part of the city’s annual efforts to restore its deteriorating streets.
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The Berkeley Marina area is set for reconstruction. This comes months after the approval of the Berkeley Marina Roadway Improvements Project, part of the city’s annual efforts to restore its deteriorating streets.
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If you are looking for ideas for places to chill with good company, here’s a list of five parks in Berkeley that are ideal for your socially distanced hangouts this semester.
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If you are looking for ideas for places to chill with good company, here’s a list of five parks in Berkeley that are ideal for your socially distanced hangouts this semester.
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For an extra patriotic night, celebrate on the USS Hornet, a World War II-era naval ship that now acts as a museum.
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For an extra patriotic night, celebrate on the USS Hornet, a World War II-era naval ship that now acts as a museum.
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Berkeley City Council will hold a meeting on Feb. 19 to address several items including an ordinance permitting cannabis events, amendments to Berkeley’s Living Wage Ordinance and a vacant housing unit assessment.
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Berkeley City Council will hold a meeting on Feb. 19 to address several items including an ordinance permitting cannabis events, amendments to Berkeley’s Living Wage Ordinance and a vacant housing unit assessment.
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Parks remain an important way to bring natural green space into the urban environment. Berkeley boasts a huge number of parks, both large and small.
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Parks remain an important way to bring natural green space into the urban environment. Berkeley boasts a huge number of parks, both large and small.
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If you’re one of the many broke college students here who is struggling to afford fun summer activities in the Bay Area, this list is for you!
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If you’re one of the many broke college students here who is struggling to afford fun summer activities in the Bay Area, this list is for you!
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According to U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Rachel Thomas, a bystander on the shore spotted an empty outrigger canoe, which had overturned.
According to U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Rachel Thomas, a bystander on the shore spotted an empty outrigger canoe, which had overturned.
This weekend, hundreds of kites flew above the San Francisco Bay at the annual Berkeley Kite Festival. The two-day event, which took place at César Chávez Park in the Berkeley Marina, featured free kite-making, Japanese taiko drum performances and booths where participants could buy crafts and snacks.
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This weekend, hundreds of kites flew above the San Francisco Bay at the annual Berkeley Kite Festival. The two-day event, which took place at César Chávez Park in the Berkeley Marina, featured free kite-making, Japanese taiko drum performances and booths where participants could buy crafts and snacks.
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Fewer burrowing owls are returning to the Berkeley area as their population continues to dwindle, not only in California but across North America.
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Fewer burrowing owls are returning to the Berkeley area as their population continues to dwindle, not only in California but across North America.
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The city of Berkeley replaced a 28-year-old flare station in Cesar Chavez Park after complaints from the community that the equipment was emitting flames and polluting air in the surrounding area.
The city of Berkeley replaced a 28-year-old flare station in Cesar Chavez Park after complaints from the community that the equipment was emitting flames and polluting air in the surrounding area.