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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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The city of Berkeley may adopt an official song, flag and motto in a city-wide contest open to all Berkeley residents. 
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The city of Berkeley may adopt an official song, flag and motto in a city-wide contest open to all Berkeley residents. 
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After 12 years atop the Interstate 80 pedestrian and bicycle overpass, the “Berkeley Big People” statues have been removed by the city of Berkeley due to their costly maintenance and repair needs, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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After 12 years atop the Interstate 80 pedestrian and bicycle overpass, the “Berkeley Big People” statues have been removed by the city of Berkeley due to their costly maintenance and repair needs, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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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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Poet, memoirist, publisher and former English teacher at UC Berkeley Adam David Miller died on November 4 at the age of 98. 
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Poet, memoirist, publisher and former English teacher at UC Berkeley Adam David Miller died on November 4 at the age of 98. 
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A self-described justice advocate and Berkeley native, Terry Taplin is running to be the next District 2 City Council member.
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A self-described justice advocate and Berkeley native, Terry Taplin is running to be the next District 2 City Council member.
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After the Civic Arts Commission voted to remove the “Berkeley Big People” statues, local artist Scott Donahue has threatened to delay the removal.
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After the Civic Arts Commission voted to remove the “Berkeley Big People” statues, local artist Scott Donahue has threatened to delay the removal.
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When the Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza reopens, Berkeley residents will witness new “soundscapes,” light shows and art galleries — some of the final products of the $7.6 million renovation.
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When the Downtown Berkeley BART Plaza reopens, Berkeley residents will witness new “soundscapes,” light shows and art galleries — some of the final products of the $7.6 million renovation.
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Calling all artists: until the end of the month, the city of Berkeley is looking for a sculpture to be featured as part of the renovated Downtown BART plaza. The open call is for an already-made sculpture to be featured in the plaza.
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Calling all artists: until the end of the month, the city of Berkeley is looking for a sculpture to be featured as part of the renovated Downtown BART plaza. The open call is for an already-made sculpture to be featured in the plaza.
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Smatters of color and patterns with a cultural twist might soon adorn the Downtown Berkeley area, after a panel of city and BART representatives approved a local designer’s art proposal Wednesday for the soon-to-be renovated BART station.
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Smatters of color and patterns with a cultural twist might soon adorn the Downtown Berkeley area, after a panel of city and BART representatives approved a local designer’s art proposal Wednesday for the soon-to-be renovated BART station.
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Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates gave the annual State of the City address Thursday night, discussing police relations within the community, as well as announcing several new policy initiatives.
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Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates gave the annual State of the City address Thursday night, discussing police relations within the community, as well as announcing several new policy initiatives.
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