BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Many people, including myself, have felt disenfranchised by the current two-party system and grown tired of “lesser evilism” repeated every election cycle.
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Many people, including myself, have felt disenfranchised by the current two-party system and grown tired of “lesser evilism” repeated every election cycle.
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The Azorean Portuguese community in the Bay Area is surprisingly expansive. Those that made the long sail to the East Coast spread out in the United States, especially to places that were similar to the Azores in climate (making them ideal for dairy farms).
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The Azorean Portuguese community in the Bay Area is surprisingly expansive. Those that made the long sail to the East Coast spread out in the United States, especially to places that were similar to the Azores in climate (making them ideal for dairy farms).
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A former restaurant supervisor from the DoubleTree by Hilton Berkeley Marina was charged for the drugging and sexual assault of a hotel guest.
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A former restaurant supervisor from the DoubleTree by Hilton Berkeley Marina was charged for the drugging and sexual assault of a hotel guest.
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East Bay voters must choose between blue and green, as the ballot lists both incumbent Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Oakland, and Green Party activist Laura Wells. Both candidates’ platforms include education reform, health care accessibility and addressing class inequality.
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East Bay voters must choose between blue and green, as the ballot lists both incumbent Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Oakland, and Green Party activist Laura Wells. Both candidates’ platforms include education reform, health care accessibility and addressing class inequality.
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Nevers hopes to turn BAC into a more dynamic and active space, an intersection of arts, education and social justice. He aims to do so by partnering with artists who emphasize timeliness and relevance in their work, with the hope that BAC can then better embody the dynamic space that Nevers envisions.
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Nevers hopes to turn BAC into a more dynamic and active space, an intersection of arts, education and social justice. He aims to do so by partnering with artists who emphasize timeliness and relevance in their work, with the hope that BAC can then better embody the dynamic space that Nevers envisions.
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A former Santa Rita Jail inmate filed a lawsuit Monday alleging that the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office and four former deputies had repeatedly assaulted him with feces and urine and broke his arm.
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A former Santa Rita Jail inmate filed a lawsuit Monday alleging that the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office and four former deputies had repeatedly assaulted him with feces and urine and broke his arm.
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The 510 area code is expected to run out of prefixes, or the first three numbers after the area code, by “the second quarter of 2019.”
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The 510 area code is expected to run out of prefixes, or the first three numbers after the area code, by “the second quarter of 2019.”
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I’ve never particularly like the way blue cheese tastes, sweet and tangy in an instant, leaving something smoldering on your tongue after you’ve swallowed.
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I’ve never particularly like the way blue cheese tastes, sweet and tangy in an instant, leaving something smoldering on your tongue after you’ve swallowed.
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Igor Tregub, who is currently the chair of Berkeley’s Housing Advisory Commission, chair of the city’s Zoning Adjustments Board and a member of the city’s Rent Stabilization Board, is running for the District 1 City Council seat.
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Igor Tregub, who is currently the chair of Berkeley’s Housing Advisory Commission, chair of the city’s Zoning Adjustments Board and a member of the city’s Rent Stabilization Board, is running for the District 1 City Council seat.
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Berkeley resident William Turner was arrested Wednesday after reportedly asking for “some girl scouts” at the Young Women's Christian Association, or YWCA, and skipping his sentencing hearing on Tuesday morning, as reported by Berkeleyside.
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Berkeley resident William Turner was arrested Wednesday after reportedly asking for “some girl scouts” at the Young Women's Christian Association, or YWCA, and skipping his sentencing hearing on Tuesday morning, as reported by Berkeleyside.
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