BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 03, 2022

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A recovering addict nearing eight years of sobriety, Walker is now the field operations manager of the Downtown Berkeley Association’s ambassador program, a hospitality and cleaning services program that aims to create a more inviting Downtown environment. Managed by Block by Block, the ambassador program is one of several the company operates throughout the Bay Area and country.
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A recovering addict nearing eight years of sobriety, Walker is now the field operations manager of the Downtown Berkeley Association’s ambassador program, a hospitality and cleaning services program that aims to create a more inviting Downtown environment. Managed by Block by Block, the ambassador program is one of several the company operates throughout the Bay Area and country.
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Taking a nod from the New York Times’ “36 Hours in …” series, we’ve compiled a list of Berkeley institutions that make the city its own. Whether you’re new to town or a local resident, take a weekend to fall in love — or back in love — with the sights, smells and sounds of Berkeley.
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Taking a nod from the New York Times’ “36 Hours in …” series, we’ve compiled a list of Berkeley institutions that make the city its own. Whether you’re new to town or a local resident, take a weekend to fall in love — or back in love — with the sights, smells and sounds of Berkeley.
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Because of an electrical system malfunction, the hourly bells of the Campanile stopped ringing as the gears of the tower's clocks came to a standstill June 12.
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Because of an electrical system malfunction, the hourly bells of the Campanile stopped ringing as the gears of the tower's clocks came to a standstill June 12.
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No matter what you enjoy doing, Berkeley has it all. From leisurely walks through the UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley to delicious bites in Gourmet Ghetto, Berkeley has enough to keep you busy from dawn until dusk. Check out some of our favorite spots to visit in the city.
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No matter what you enjoy doing, Berkeley has it all. From leisurely walks through the UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley to delicious bites in Gourmet Ghetto, Berkeley has enough to keep you busy from dawn until dusk. Check out some of our favorite spots to visit in the city.
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Hundreds gathered in front of the Campanile Tuesday to celebrate the tower’s 100th birthday, watching live performances of music and lights that harnessed real-time seismic activity from the Hayward Fault.
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Hundreds gathered in front of the Campanile Tuesday to celebrate the tower’s 100th birthday, watching live performances of music and lights that harnessed real-time seismic activity from the Hayward Fault.
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One hundred years ago, in honor of the near-completion of the Campanile’s steel frame, baskets of turkey, instead of tons of steel, were hoisted on the derricks to the top of the of the tower for a celebration banquet 250-feet in the sky.
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One hundred years ago, in honor of the near-completion of the Campanile’s steel frame, baskets of turkey, instead of tons of steel, were hoisted on the derricks to the top of the of the tower for a celebration banquet 250-feet in the sky.
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Two sunlight-reflecting mirrors recently placed on the highest balcony of the Campanile will allow observers to have a light as bright as the sun beamed at them.
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Two sunlight-reflecting mirrors recently placed on the highest balcony of the Campanile will allow observers to have a light as bright as the sun beamed at them.
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Admission prices to the Campanile are set to rise to fund cosmetic improvements in the lead up to its 100th anniversary. Prices will rise by $1 for non-campus visitors and remain free to students, faculty and staff.
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Admission prices to the Campanile are set to rise to fund cosmetic improvements in the lead up to its 100th anniversary. Prices will rise by $1 for non-campus visitors and remain free to students, faculty and staff.
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