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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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After already losing so many to the pandemic, we cannot afford to sit back and watch more landmark local businesses disappear from our city.
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After already losing so many to the pandemic, we cannot afford to sit back and watch more landmark local businesses disappear from our city.
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Small businesses hold emotional significance for the Berkeley community — they are what give this city its character and individuality.
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Small businesses hold emotional significance for the Berkeley community — they are what give this city its character and individuality.
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At any introduction, hearing the leader utter “tell us a fun fact about yourself!” triggers our fight-or-flight response. What even is a “fun” fact anyways?
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At any introduction, hearing the leader utter “tell us a fun fact about yourself!” triggers our fight-or-flight response. What even is a “fun” fact anyways?
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Before you dive into launching your business, consider these tips coming from my experience in the online business for over eight years.
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Before you dive into launching your business, consider these tips coming from my experience in the online business for over eight years.
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For 30 years, Berkeley has held a Juneteenth Festival to celebrate African-American culture.
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For 30 years, Berkeley has held a Juneteenth Festival to celebrate African-American culture.
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The Berkeley City Council abandoned a previously considered proposal for a more aggressive plan to raise the city’s minimum wage at its Tuesday meeting.
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The Berkeley City Council abandoned a previously considered proposal for a more aggressive plan to raise the city’s minimum wage at its Tuesday meeting.
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Helmut Drewes, who has worked at Jim the Tailor for 50 years, will close his shop’s door for the last time on Friday to start his retirement.
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Helmut Drewes, who has worked at Jim the Tailor for 50 years, will close his shop’s door for the last time on Friday to start his retirement.
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