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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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The Advocate, a Mediterranean-influenced Californian restaurant in Berkeley’s Elmwood neighborhood, will close Oct. 27 after just 15 months in operation, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The Advocate, a Mediterranean-influenced Californian restaurant in Berkeley’s Elmwood neighborhood, will close Oct. 27 after just 15 months in operation, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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We at the Clog have been daydreaming about returning to Berkeley since the day we left for summer vacation and compiled a list of the things we miss most about it.
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We at the Clog have been daydreaming about returning to Berkeley since the day we left for summer vacation and compiled a list of the things we miss most about it.
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At a special meeting Tuesday, City Council members discussed the possibility of extending metered parking hours, as well as the expansion of the city’s residential parking permit effort under city transportation program goBerkeley.
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At a special meeting Tuesday, City Council members discussed the possibility of extending metered parking hours, as well as the expansion of the city’s residential parking permit effort under city transportation program goBerkeley.
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Empty cafes, a lonely Sproul Plaza and a complete lack of flyerers, uncharacteristically quiet frat row — there’s only one event at this time of year that could cause this baffling Berkeley phenomenon. It’s spring break, a time when almost all students skip town with the giddy knowledge that they have a week of respite from 8 a.m. classes and back-to-back midterms. For those staying behind in Berkeley for the week, it’s unsettling to see usually bustling campus haunts sit vacant.
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Empty cafes, a lonely Sproul Plaza and a complete lack of flyerers, uncharacteristically quiet frat row — there’s only one event at this time of year that could cause this baffling Berkeley phenomenon. It’s spring break, a time when almost all students skip town with the giddy knowledge that they have a week of respite from 8 a.m. classes and back-to-back midterms. For those staying behind in Berkeley for the week, it’s unsettling to see usually bustling campus haunts sit vacant.
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On Saturday, several bookstores in Berkeley celebrated the first annual Independent Bookstore Day, which aims to strengthen the ties between communities and their local bookstores across the nation.
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On Saturday, several bookstores in Berkeley celebrated the first annual Independent Bookstore Day, which aims to strengthen the ties between communities and their local bookstores across the nation.
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Almost a year and a half after its closing and demolition, the Safeway at the intersection of College and Claremont Avenues reopened on Friday with expanded departments and a public plaza.
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Almost a year and a half after its closing and demolition, the Safeway at the intersection of College and Claremont Avenues reopened on Friday with expanded departments and a public plaza.
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