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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of new bus lanes, bikeways and widened sidewalks in south Berkeley at its regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of new bus lanes, bikeways and widened sidewalks in south Berkeley at its regular meeting Tuesday. 
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After 60 years of service to the Berkeley community, Caffe Mediterraneum — a historic center of counterculture movements — will be changing ownership.
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After 60 years of service to the Berkeley community, Caffe Mediterraneum — a historic center of counterculture movements — will be changing ownership.
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Poke Parlor, an upcoming restaurant that will sell poke bowls and other fish dishes, will replace the vacancy left by smoke shop Gypsy Trader on Telegraph Avenue.
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Poke Parlor, an upcoming restaurant that will sell poke bowls and other fish dishes, will replace the vacancy left by smoke shop Gypsy Trader on Telegraph Avenue.
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Telegraph Avenue’s Caffe Mediterraneum, bracketed between Amoeba Music and Shakespeare & Company Books, is officially up for lease with a purchase component following the owner’s desire for a change in management hands.
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Telegraph Avenue’s Caffe Mediterraneum, bracketed between Amoeba Music and Shakespeare & Company Books, is officially up for lease with a purchase component following the owner’s desire for a change in management hands.
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Slightly more than a year after the failure of a controversial sit-lie measure, many advocates and opponents of the measure can agree on at least one thing: there has been slow progress on homelessness in Berkeley.
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Slightly more than a year after the failure of a controversial sit-lie measure, many advocates and opponents of the measure can agree on at least one thing: there has been slow progress on homelessness in Berkeley.
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Berkeley and campus police arrested three men involved with a robbery at Cafe Mediterranean on Telegraph Avenue around midnight Saturday night.
Berkeley and campus police arrested three men involved with a robbery at Cafe Mediterranean on Telegraph Avenue around midnight Saturday night.
The city currently has numerical and size limitations on businesses such as restaurants, gift shops, and barber shops in the Telegraph Avenue commercial district. A proposal considers temporarily relaxing the quotas for three years.
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The city currently has numerical and size limitations on businesses such as restaurants, gift shops, and barber shops in the Telegraph Avenue commercial district. A proposal considers temporarily relaxing the quotas for three years.
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By next month, commercial businesses on Telegraph Avenue north of Dwight Way will have the option of staying open for 24 hours.
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By next month, commercial businesses on Telegraph Avenue north of Dwight Way will have the option of staying open for 24 hours.
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With the final poll numbers showing that Measure S, Berkeley’s controversial Sit-Lie ordinance, narrowly failed in this year’s election, dismayed proponents of the ballot measure are in a time of reflection.
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With the final poll numbers showing that Measure S, Berkeley’s controversial Sit-Lie ordinance, narrowly failed in this year’s election, dismayed proponents of the ballot measure are in a time of reflection.
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