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The Berkeley Wire: 01.16.12

Researchers, tribes, clash over human bones [USA Today] Occupy Berkeley “knit-in” sends goods to NYC, Egypt, Japan [Occupy Berkeley] BHS jazz group going to Cuba [Oakland Tribune] Mapping UC Berkeley’s landscape through its voices [KALW] Magnes Collection opens in downtown Berkeley on 1/22 [Berkeley Homes] Ruth Reichl on birth of food movement in Berkeley [Diablo] […]

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The Berkeley Wire: 01.13.12

UC picks new vendor for shuttle buses, but retains drivers [UCB News] Cleanup of diesel fuel in Strawberry Creek is winding down [UCB News] MLK Day events and closures [Patch] From Syria to Berkeley High School [BHS Jacket] Berkeley’s filmmaker’s documentary on apartheid is “monumental” [Chronicle] Author ponders what’s a “true-life” novel? [Talking Writing] Photo: […]

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Berkeleyside says thank you to our advertisers

Berkeleyside would like to express its gratitude to our current advertisers: Amoeba Music, Bernardo Lopez Garden Design & Installation, Bishop O’Dowd High School, Buy Local Berkeley, Carolyn Jones at The Grubb Company, Focal Point, Greener Printer, The Grubb Company, Lehrhaus Judaica, Marsh Interiors, McKevitt Fiat, Park Day School, Photo Laboratory, Tom Miller & Friends Lawyers, Travlyn Russell Tupperware, UC Berkeley Optometry, and Wellness Coaching. We encourage our readers […]

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The Berkeley Wire: 01.12.12

UC Berkeley sees massive increase in freshman applications [East Bay Express] Artist makes creatures so lifelike they are called “vegan taxidermy” [Chronicle] Cal faculty help discover smallest solar system [Daily Cal] West campus will be transformed for school district HQs [Oakland Tribune] UC is either friendly or hostile to Jewish students, depending [J Weekly] Berkeley […]

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The Berkeley Wire: 01.11.12

Berkeley Lab works on better radiation detectors for ports [TechStream] Geraldo Rivera tussles with liberal Berkeley prof [Fox Nation] Concetta Finocchio, longtime activist for the disabled, dies [Mercury News] Divino Restaurant, which means divine in Italian, will open soon [BANG] Howard Hawks retrospective at Pacific Film Archive [Huffington Post] UC lecturer arrested for soliciting sex files […]

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The Berkeley Wire: 01.09.12

Meredith Maran’s new novel: “A very Berkeley family story” [Chronicle] Daniel Borenstein: Kamlarz retirement deal not unique [Mercury News] Berkeley Lab hires UCLA expert for Molecular Foundry [SF Business News] Cal has a great recruiting class for football, but will success follow? [College Hotline] Photo: Green fingers, by 2812 photography/Berkeleyside Flickr pool.