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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 20, 2023

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I love you, Westchester. I may have left for bigger places and Bay Area snobs, but you’ll always be No. 1 in my heart. Don’t forget me while I'm gone.
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I love you, Westchester. I may have left for bigger places and Bay Area snobs, but you’ll always be No. 1 in my heart. Don’t forget me while I'm gone.
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Whenever you ask someone at UC Berkeley where they're from, the answer is almost always SoCal. And, more times than not, that means Los Angeles.
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Whenever you ask someone at UC Berkeley where they're from, the answer is almost always SoCal. And, more times than not, that means Los Angeles.
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During the sunny months of summer, travelers flood the gates of California in search of top tourist destinations. Where do the begin, the city of Angels.
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During the sunny months of summer, travelers flood the gates of California in search of top tourist destinations. Where do the begin, the city of Angels.
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What time is it? Summer time. Summer is here, and the first place all of us academically burned-out souls wanna be is in some refreshing H20.
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What time is it? Summer time. Summer is here, and the first place all of us academically burned-out souls wanna be is in some refreshing H20.
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As every good hipster knows by now, American Apparel is disappearing — the whole company has been acquired, and the Telegraph Avenue location will shut its doors in April
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As every good hipster knows by now, American Apparel is disappearing — the whole company has been acquired, and the Telegraph Avenue location will shut its doors in April
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Berkeley City Council will convene Tuesday evening for a special meeting to discuss a proposed 2017 city budget update, as well as for a regular meeting during which it will discuss short-term rentals and an increase to the number of city cannabis dispensaries.
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Berkeley City Council will convene Tuesday evening for a special meeting to discuss a proposed 2017 city budget update, as well as for a regular meeting during which it will discuss short-term rentals and an increase to the number of city cannabis dispensaries.
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