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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Despite the closeness built into the New Parish, dramatic lighting from the tech crew and Duckwrth’s punk-edged showmanship allowed the show to straddle both thrasher energy and in-your-feelings intimacy at will.
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Despite the closeness built into the New Parish, dramatic lighting from the tech crew and Duckwrth’s punk-edged showmanship allowed the show to straddle both thrasher energy and in-your-feelings intimacy at will.
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Take a walk, take a hike, or just take in a view — either way, this playlist will transform your outdoor excursions into a dreamy, offbeat movie montage.
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Take a walk, take a hike, or just take in a view — either way, this playlist will transform your outdoor excursions into a dreamy, offbeat movie montage.
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In a press release Tuesday, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced the city has vaccinated half its population with at least one dose.
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In a press release Tuesday, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced the city has vaccinated half its population with at least one dose.
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For some students, Tuesday is the day for getting into the swing of their weekly grind. For others, it's the day for two dollar tacos and cheap drinks.
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For some students, Tuesday is the day for getting into the swing of their weekly grind. For others, it's the day for two dollar tacos and cheap drinks.
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There was a lot of pizazz to the concert — pulsing lights, intricate stage design and even pyrotechnics helped to keep the energy high.
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There was a lot of pizazz to the concert — pulsing lights, intricate stage design and even pyrotechnics helped to keep the energy high.
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The Oxford Tract Organizing Coalition held an open meeting Tuesday evening that brought together about 30 students and community members to discuss the campus’s proposed development of the Oxford Tract into student housing.
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The Oxford Tract Organizing Coalition held an open meeting Tuesday evening that brought together about 30 students and community members to discuss the campus’s proposed development of the Oxford Tract into student housing.
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Gather your most well-read friends, grab a few drinks and stake your claim for the ultimate trivia victory. Daily Cal finds the best locations for Trivia Nights.
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Gather your most well-read friends, grab a few drinks and stake your claim for the ultimate trivia victory. Daily Cal finds the best locations for Trivia Nights.
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Get ready for bald eagles to screech from afar as the Liberty Bell rings out from the redwood forest to the Gulf Stream waters. Let's make John Adams blush.
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Get ready for bald eagles to screech from afar as the Liberty Bell rings out from the redwood forest to the Gulf Stream waters. Let's make John Adams blush.
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Berkeley City Council passed a motion at its special meeting Tuesday to extend discussion regarding the Zoning Adjustments Board’s approval of a housing project on 2902 Adeline St. after controversy emerged over a deal struck between the project developers and the community.
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Berkeley City Council passed a motion at its special meeting Tuesday to extend discussion regarding the Zoning Adjustments Board’s approval of a housing project on 2902 Adeline St. after controversy emerged over a deal struck between the project developers and the community.
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DeSondra Ward, a UC Berkeley employee who pleaded guilty in February to embezzling more than $300,000 from the Lawrence Hall of Science, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Tuesday.
DeSondra Ward, a UC Berkeley employee who pleaded guilty in February to embezzling more than $300,000 from the Lawrence Hall of Science, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Tuesday.