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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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The McDonald’s on the corner of Shattuck and University avenues in Downtown Berkeley may soon be demolished and replaced by a 26-story, high-rise apartment building, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The McDonald’s on the corner of Shattuck and University avenues in Downtown Berkeley may soon be demolished and replaced by a 26-story, high-rise apartment building, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The Clog has compiled the best weekday specials at fun bars in Berkeley so that you can let loose any day of the week.
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The Clog has compiled the best weekday specials at fun bars in Berkeley so that you can let loose any day of the week.
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So wherever you spend your Thursday, I think it’s a nice reminder to know that sometimes — even in an environment as academically rigorous as UC Berkeley — we all cut a little loose.
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So wherever you spend your Thursday, I think it’s a nice reminder to know that sometimes — even in an environment as academically rigorous as UC Berkeley — we all cut a little loose.
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A poster warning Berkeley residents of the advent of Nazis and alt-right fascists cropped up in the window of Spats, a pub at 1974 Shattuck Ave. — ”Nazis are coming, defend Berkeley!” cautioned the sign.
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A poster warning Berkeley residents of the advent of Nazis and alt-right fascists cropped up in the window of Spats, a pub at 1974 Shattuck Ave. — ”Nazis are coming, defend Berkeley!” cautioned the sign.
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After officially closing in 2009, Spats Restaurant and Saloon — a Downtown bar known for its funky, eclectic atmosphere — celebrated its reopening under new ownership at a ceremony Wednesday.
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After officially closing in 2009, Spats Restaurant and Saloon — a Downtown bar known for its funky, eclectic atmosphere — celebrated its reopening under new ownership at a ceremony Wednesday.
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