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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 27, 2023

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LGBTQ+-owned businesses in Berkeley are celebrating Pride Month in a variety of ways this June.
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LGBTQ+-owned businesses in Berkeley are celebrating Pride Month in a variety of ways this June.
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Love is in the air, and as Valentine’s Day approaches, campus organizations and local businesses are selling sweet treats and trinkets for community members to gift their loved ones.
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Love is in the air, and as Valentine’s Day approaches, campus organizations and local businesses are selling sweet treats and trinkets for community members to gift their loved ones.
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Boichik Bagels owner Emily Winston discussed how she started her business in November 2019 after observing a wave of “bagel entrepreneurship” in 2010.
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Boichik Bagels owner Emily Winston discussed how she started her business in November 2019 after observing a wave of “bagel entrepreneurship” in 2010.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its Fall 2021 lineup of 12 events featuring panels and speakers from a variety of different fields and disciplines.
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Emily Winston, founder of Boichik Bagels, envisions “a bagel empire” in her company’s future. Now, Boichik Bagels is expanding in the Bay Area.
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Emily Winston, founder of Boichik Bagels, envisions “a bagel empire” in her company’s future. Now, Boichik Bagels is expanding in the Bay Area.
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Emily Winston, founder of Berkeley’s Boichik Bagels, was shocked when she first saw the digital newsletter sent by Lula Financial, the email’s subject line stating that the business’s customers “deserve to be poor.”
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Emily Winston, founder of Berkeley’s Boichik Bagels, was shocked when she first saw the digital newsletter sent by Lula Financial, the email’s subject line stating that the business’s customers “deserve to be poor.”
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An open kitchen bagel company serving New York-style bagels, Boichik Bagels, will open soon in the original Noah’s Bagels location on the corner of College Avenue and Alcatraz Avenue.
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An open kitchen bagel company serving New York-style bagels, Boichik Bagels, will open soon in the original Noah’s Bagels location on the corner of College Avenue and Alcatraz Avenue.
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