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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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People hoping to dine at the seafood restaurant Saturday night were instead greeted by a white sign emblazoned above the handles of a ship’s wheel affixed to the door, declaring that “Spenger’s has closed its doors permanently.”
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People hoping to dine at the seafood restaurant Saturday night were instead greeted by a white sign emblazoned above the handles of a ship’s wheel affixed to the door, declaring that “Spenger’s has closed its doors permanently.”
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The motion did not pass — four council members voted in favor of the proposal, one vote against it and one abstained, with three council members absent.
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The motion did not pass — four council members voted in favor of the proposal, one vote against it and one abstained, with three council members absent.
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The employees cited the amount of their severance pay — $21 for each year of employment — as the reason for their protest. According to SFGate, customers said the employees tried to return to work but were turned away from the restaurant.
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The employees cited the amount of their severance pay — $21 for each year of employment — as the reason for their protest. According to SFGate, customers said the employees tried to return to work but were turned away from the restaurant.
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The restaurant's lease with the city of Berkeley has come to an end, prompting the restaurant’s closure. The restaurant serves fresh seafood and steaks from the grill and offers a large 500-seat venue for social and corporate events.
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The restaurant's lease with the city of Berkeley has come to an end, prompting the restaurant’s closure. The restaurant serves fresh seafood and steaks from the grill and offers a large 500-seat venue for social and corporate events.
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The Berkeley Marina vehicular community, which consists of about 20 vehicles and 45 people, gathered at 5 a.m. and demanded that the city either let them remain at the marina or provide another space for their vehicles. Community resident Amber Whitson said the protest was “lighthearted” until the Berkeley Police Department arrived at 8 a.m., when officers warned residents that if they didn’t follow the city’s directive their vehicles would be towed and cited.
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The Berkeley Marina vehicular community, which consists of about 20 vehicles and 45 people, gathered at 5 a.m. and demanded that the city either let them remain at the marina or provide another space for their vehicles. Community resident Amber Whitson said the protest was “lighthearted” until the Berkeley Police Department arrived at 8 a.m., when officers warned residents that if they didn’t follow the city’s directive their vehicles would be towed and cited.
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About 40 protesters at Berkeley’s HS Lordships Restaurant demanded provisions for making health insurance more affordable at a demonstration over contract negotiations outside the restaurant Saturday evening.
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About 40 protesters at Berkeley’s HS Lordships Restaurant demanded provisions for making health insurance more affordable at a demonstration over contract negotiations outside the restaurant Saturday evening.
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Steve Maranzana, an assistant manager at UC Berkeley’s Office of Environment, Health and Safety, died after a bicycle crash Dec. 20 on the Ohlone Greenway, a path near the BART tracks. He was 39.
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Steve Maranzana, an assistant manager at UC Berkeley’s Office of Environment, Health and Safety, died after a bicycle crash Dec. 20 on the Ohlone Greenway, a path near the BART tracks. He was 39.
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