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February 6, 2017
The Berkeley Wire: 02.06.17
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AG Ferrari, a fixture on College Avenue for 27 years, has closed
Its four remaining retail stores, two of which are in Oakland, will remain open.
It’s time to vote for downtown Berkeley council rep
Early voting began Monday, Feb. 6, for downtown Berkeley residents who want a say in who will represent them on the City Council. See how the candidates compare.
Nyum Bai, a Cambodian pop-up, has joined Emeryville’s Public Market
Chef Nite Yun will have a six month residency in the food hall, serving “nostalgic” Cambodian cuisine.
Berkeley volunteers count the city’s homeless population
Berkeleyside joins an early-morning homeless count in Berkeley, part of Alameda County’s 2017 homeless Point-in-Time census and survey.
Update: The Wolf will open Wednesday on Piedmont Avenue
The new restaurant will pick up where its predecessor, Bay Wolf, left off.