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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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In the last three years, at least 10 different boba, or bubble tea, shops have opened near the UC Berkeley campus — yet the exponential rise of these popular, sweetened teas has elicited a slew of controversy from students and community members.
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In the last three years, at least 10 different boba, or bubble tea, shops have opened near the UC Berkeley campus — yet the exponential rise of these popular, sweetened teas has elicited a slew of controversy from students and community members.
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The city of Berkeley’s Telegraph district has recently experienced both an economic improvement and an increase in positive perception, according to a report from the city’s Office of Economic Development and an annual survey from the Telegraph Business Improvement District, or TBID.
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The city of Berkeley’s Telegraph district has recently experienced both an economic improvement and an increase in positive perception, according to a report from the city’s Office of Economic Development and an annual survey from the Telegraph Business Improvement District, or TBID.
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Berkeley activists have been struggling to obtain bathroom access on Telegraph Avenue since at least 1968.
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Berkeley activists have been struggling to obtain bathroom access on Telegraph Avenue since at least 1968.
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An initiative creating 24-hour public restrooms in the Telegraph Business Improvement District was discussed by the City Council Tuesday.
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An initiative creating 24-hour public restrooms in the Telegraph Business Improvement District was discussed by the City Council Tuesday.
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Bagel lovers and UC Berkeley students hoping to grab a quick bite at Noah’s Bagels on Telegraph Avenue were disappointed when they found a sign on the shop’s front door announcing its closure Jan. 21.
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Bagel lovers and UC Berkeley students hoping to grab a quick bite at Noah’s Bagels on Telegraph Avenue were disappointed when they found a sign on the shop’s front door announcing its closure Jan. 21.
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Members of the public stood up and applauded after Berkeley City Council members voted unanimously to pass what Mayor Jesse Arreguín described on Twitter as “the most ambitious, groundbreaking policy” in the country to reduce the usage of disposable, noncompostable foodware items such as plates and utensils.
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Members of the public stood up and applauded after Berkeley City Council members voted unanimously to pass what Mayor Jesse Arreguín described on Twitter as “the most ambitious, groundbreaking policy” in the country to reduce the usage of disposable, noncompostable foodware items such as plates and utensils.
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The planned complex, which will be named The Standard, will replace the Fred Turner Building and the Bancroft Center, the latter of which will be completely demolished.
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The planned complex, which will be named The Standard, will replace the Fred Turner Building and the Bancroft Center, the latter of which will be completely demolished.
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According to Stuart Baker, executive director of the Telegraph Business Improvement District, Landmark Properties also acquired the properties occupied by nearby locations of Copy Central, Party Heaven, Julie’s Cafe, Avant-Card, Moe’s Flowers, Tivoli Caffe, Tea Press and Francesca’s Collections.
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According to Stuart Baker, executive director of the Telegraph Business Improvement District, Landmark Properties also acquired the properties occupied by nearby locations of Copy Central, Party Heaven, Julie’s Cafe, Avant-Card, Moe’s Flowers, Tivoli Caffe, Tea Press and Francesca’s Collections.
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Super Duper Burgers will be opening on Telegraph Avenue on June 18, according to Ed Oñas, vice president of operations at Super Duper Burgers.
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Super Duper Burgers will be opening on Telegraph Avenue on June 18, according to Ed Oñas, vice president of operations at Super Duper Burgers.
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Under the proposed encampment policy, the city would be able to remove homeless encampments at its discretion. The sidewalk policy would limit individuals living on the streets to 9 square feet of space for their belongings.
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Under the proposed encampment policy, the city would be able to remove homeless encampments at its discretion. The sidewalk policy would limit individuals living on the streets to 9 square feet of space for their belongings.
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