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April 21, 2017
The Nosh Wire: 4.21.17
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Police search ends, gun found, investigation will continue
BPD has lifted the “shelter in place” advisory and declared the situation “all clear” after searching unsuccessfully for a man with a gun for several hours Friday.
The It List: Five things to do in Berkeley this weekend, April 21-23
There are over 400 events at Cal Day alone this weekend, but you could also taste sake with Berkeley’s sister city, go to the Berkeley flea market reopening, and more
Boy in hospital with moderate injuries after bike crash in Berkeley
A collision in central Berkeley sent a young cyclist to the hospital with moderate injuries Friday morning, authorities report.
Watch: Berkeley police chief sworn in
Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood was sworn in Thursday at the UC Theatre. A video of the swearing in appears here.
Opinion: Reflections on growing up with a political mom in Berkeley
Martha Nicoloff led the creation of Ohlone Park and Berkeley’s Neighborhood Preservation ordinance. Growing up as her daughter was quite an experience
Berkeley photographer Matthew O’Brien: A focus on beauty
Matthew O’Brien’s exhibition at the Berkeley Public Library, No Dar Papaya, is a photographic exploration of Colombia.
Opinion: Let’s stop the ‘Uberization’ of food
Legislative efforts to legalize the sale of homemade meals should be supported, but it’s important to ensure profits and control remains with cooks, not third-party middlemen
The best way to find hope in uncertain times
[Sponsored] Bay Area author’s new anthology of letters, Radical Hope,’ will help you survive the next four years and beyond.
Pal’s Takeaway celebrates anniversary with sandwiches by guest chefs
Jeff Mason’s popular lunchtime outpost in Uptown Oakland is serving sandwiches created by guest chefs from Ramen Shop, Mr. Jiu’s, Serious Eats, more.
Annie Sampson, musical strongwoman, plays Berkeley
Annie Sampson performs with her rock and soul combo Saturday at the Art House Gallery; Gail Dobson is at the Starry Plough Sunday.