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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 24, 2023

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The Bear’s Lair, located at 2495 Bancroft Way, will undergo a change in ownership according to a public notice posted May 26th.The Red Door Group will become the new owners of the space, the notice stated.
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The Bear’s Lair, located at 2495 Bancroft Way, will undergo a change in ownership according to a public notice posted May 26th.The Red Door Group will become the new owners of the space, the notice stated.
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Equator Coffees & Teas will likely close its location in the MLK Student Union by this summer, coming after a series of closures starting June 2017.
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Equator Coffees & Teas will likely close its location in the MLK Student Union by this summer, coming after a series of closures starting June 2017.
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Less than three years after Lower Sproul Plaza reopened in fall 2015, the company contracted to provide its food and drink businesses backed out of its 10-year lease.
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Less than three years after Lower Sproul Plaza reopened in fall 2015, the company contracted to provide its food and drink businesses backed out of its 10-year lease.
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Following the spread of 17 wildfires across the North Bay, which have destroyed roughly 1,500 buildings and killed at least 23, East Bay companies and student groups have mobilized to help victims of the wildfires.
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Following the spread of 17 wildfires across the North Bay, which have destroyed roughly 1,500 buildings and killed at least 23, East Bay companies and student groups have mobilized to help victims of the wildfires.
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Qualcomm Cafe is set to reopen at the start of the 2018 spring semester with Yali’s as its new vendor after being closed for renovations since the end of May.
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Qualcomm Cafe is set to reopen at the start of the 2018 spring semester with Yali’s as its new vendor after being closed for renovations since the end of May.
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Multiple Bay Area businesses have responded to President Donald Trump’s anti-immigration executive order in the past few weeks.
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Multiple Bay Area businesses have responded to President Donald Trump’s anti-immigration executive order in the past few weeks.
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