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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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Watching the kids live uninhibitedly for a week, however, I was reminded how easy it used to be to shut my brain off and have fun doing literally anything.
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Watching the kids live uninhibitedly for a week, however, I was reminded how easy it used to be to shut my brain off and have fun doing literally anything.
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The city of Berkeley expanded its shower program, adding an additional location and extending its hours. The shower program is a free, drop-in operation offering shower facilities to the public with soap and towels without identification or deposit requirements.
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The city of Berkeley expanded its shower program, adding an additional location and extending its hours. The shower program is a free, drop-in operation offering shower facilities to the public with soap and towels without identification or deposit requirements.
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Dano and Kazan tackled this adaptation with simplicity — which is about the most daring cinematic choice they make. “Wildlife” is sometimes powerful and other times just boring. The film is not inundated with sappy montages or manipulative music, but sometimes you wish it was.
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Dano and Kazan tackled this adaptation with simplicity — which is about the most daring cinematic choice they make. “Wildlife” is sometimes powerful and other times just boring. The film is not inundated with sappy montages or manipulative music, but sometimes you wish it was.
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The Path to End Homelessness proposal was submitted by the Human Welfare and Community Action Commission, or HWCAC, and recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution that would fight homelessness in a “robust and urgent manner.”
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The Path to End Homelessness proposal was submitted by the Human Welfare and Community Action Commission, or HWCAC, and recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution that would fight homelessness in a “robust and urgent manner.”
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Dancing trends have always been a thing. You may know more of the recent ones, but we can’t forget about the dance routines that started it all.
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Dancing trends have always been a thing. You may know more of the recent ones, but we can’t forget about the dance routines that started it all.
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Berkeley City Council has allocated $675,000 to the Berkeley Unified School District Gardening and Cooking Program, which will be used to fund a Health and Wellness Project — an after school workshop where elementary, middle and high school students can learn how to cook and the values of healthy eating.
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Berkeley City Council has allocated $675,000 to the Berkeley Unified School District Gardening and Cooking Program, which will be used to fund a Health and Wellness Project — an after school workshop where elementary, middle and high school students can learn how to cook and the values of healthy eating.
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The Berkeley City Council renewed approximately $199,296 in funding for annual YMCA fitness memberships for city employees at its meeting Tuesday night.
The Berkeley City Council renewed approximately $199,296 in funding for annual YMCA fitness memberships for city employees at its meeting Tuesday night.