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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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Inspired by Italo Calvino’s “The Castle of Crossed Destinies,” seven of the Weekender’s staffers came together to write short pieces based on the same set of five tarot cards.
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Inspired by Italo Calvino’s “The Castle of Crossed Destinies,” seven of the Weekender’s staffers came together to write short pieces based on the same set of five tarot cards.
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there’s a bubble in the wall above our pillows. it’s a painted over bulge, caught condensation from decades of tenants mouth breathing into a room
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there’s a bubble in the wall above our pillows. it’s a painted over bulge, caught condensation from decades of tenants mouth breathing into a room
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In many ways, the decay of the Salton Sea is the natural conclusion of the corruption of urban living. The problems of the Salton Sea have always revolved around water rights.
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In many ways, the decay of the Salton Sea is the natural conclusion of the corruption of urban living. The problems of the Salton Sea have always revolved around water rights.
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The skyrocketing price of property in South Lake Tahoe can help us understand how small towns are impacted by transplants from cities, for better or worse.
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The skyrocketing price of property in South Lake Tahoe can help us understand how small towns are impacted by transplants from cities, for better or worse.
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UC Berkeley, through decades of systematic looting, has one of the largest collections of human remains in the country.
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UC Berkeley, through decades of systematic looting, has one of the largest collections of human remains in the country.
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Stateline, Nevada without tourists was a church without worshipers. Next to the deserted highway, usually jumbled with traffic, were shuttered knickknack shops and abandoned timeshares, electric signs promising, "The fun will return!"
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Stateline, Nevada without tourists was a church without worshipers. Next to the deserted highway, usually jumbled with traffic, were shuttered knickknack shops and abandoned timeshares, electric signs promising, "The fun will return!"
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