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New festival turns Center Street into ‘fun central’

The first Eats, Beats and Brews on Oct. 13, 2013. The festival will be coming back every Sunday this June. Photo: Downtown Berkeley Association By Jasper Burget Every Sunday this June, Center Street in downtown Berkeley will become the site of the new Eats, Beats & Brews block party. The restaurant-laden part of the street between Shattuck and Oxford […]

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Photos: Berkeley revels in car-free buzz of Sunday Streets

Photo: Nancy Rubin People turned out in their thousands for Berkeley’s second Sunday Streets. There is no doubt that this city likes to go auto-free. Berkeleyside contributing photographer Nancy Rubin was there. (If you haven’t already done so, check out Rubin’s new photo project, Humans of Berkeley and the Bay Area, launched on Berkeleyside last […]

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The It List: 5 things to do in Berkeley this weekend

The Ohlone mural, which has been restored, will be rededicated on Saturday Oct. 12. Photo: William Newton OHLONE MURAL CEREMONY The city of Berkeley is holding a rededication ceremony to celebrate the restoration of the Ohlone Mural. The mural, which depicts the creation story of the Ohlone people who once inhabited the Bay Area, was originally painted […]

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Shattuck Avenue goes car-free for 17 blocks on Sunday

Sunday Streets in San Francisco’s Chinatown neighborhood attracts out pedestrians and cyclists. Photo: throgers/Creative Commons More than a mile of Berkeley’s Shattuck Avenue will be open to pedestrians, cyclists, roller-skaters, dancers, and kids on Sunday Oct. 14 — but not cars — as the city holds its first Sunday Streets event from 11 am through […]