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Oliver Roy the internationally renowned specialist on global Islam
and Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley will present his latest
book to be published in 2009 in English, "The Holy Ignorance".
The book examines the recent revival of religion, the increasing
number of converts, the disconnect between religion and culture
and its consequences. Reception to Follow.
November 19th, 4:00 PM, IGS Library, 109 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley
The film, Marvin Lipofsky:
A Journey in Glass, has been selected by the organizers of SOFA
Chicago 2008 for screening during the exhibition.
The film was originally created by Paul McKenna for the Retrospective,
Marvin Lipofsky: A Glass Odyssey, held at the Oakland Museum of
California, July - August 2003. It was most recently shown
by Ateliers d'Art du France, at the 6th International Film
Festival on Clay and Glass April 6th, 2008, Montpellier, France.
Bay Area Glass Sculpture, An Invitational Survey Juried by George
and Dorothy Saxe
November 13 - January 10, 2009
The San Francisco Bay Area has emerged as a hotbed of serious
glass sculpture in recent years, with work created using a large
variety of techniques. The resulting pieces showcase the vast
vocabulary available to artists working in glass. This important
invitational features 23 artists from internationally celebrated
masters, such as studio glass pioneer Marvin Lipofsky, to mid-career
and emerging sculptors working in the Bay Area who use glass as
their primary medium. George and Dorothy Saxe, who have assembled
one of the country's foremost glass collections (bequeathed to
the De Young Museum in San Francisco) will select from one to
three works by each artist.
On view will be wall hung, suspended, free standing and pedestal
sized sculptures made from various types of glass, including pâte
de verre, borosilicate, sheet, recycled glass and exemplifying
many different techniques including casting, blowing (free and
mold), fusing, slumping, cold-working, hot-working, etc... Some
works will use glass combined with different materials.
We are honored to feature Marvin Lipofsky, who is widely
recognized as a pioneer in the contemporary glass movement and
as the father of Bay Area glass sculpture. After introducing glass
as a sculpture medium at UC Berkeley in 1964, he created the glass
department for then California College of Arts and Crafts (now
CCA) in Oakland, and headed it for twenty years until 1987. In
his 45 year career as a glass artist, Lipofsky has been featured
in numerous significant exhibitions, including a major retrospective
at the Oakland Museum in 2003. He co-founded The Glass Society
and has taught and lectured at over 300 workshops and conferences
internationally. Collected by ninety museums on four continents,
his organic, luminous works with either delicate or dramatic rhythms
of colors can also be found in some of the most prestigious private
and corporate collections.
Tel: (510) 843-7593
Pete Hurney emails
It's time once again for
another hour of unique ukulele music that you never knew existed.
You won't hear Tiny Tim or much in the way of Hawaiian tunes during
this show, what you'll hear is the little ukulele popping up in
unexpected places and in rocking good songs!
That's this Thursday night November 6th at
11:59 on KALX 90.7FM in Berkeley. My guest co-hosts for this show
will be Holly and Chris of the local San Francisco Uke-centric
band Just Henry. Feel the pain!
For those of you not fortunate enough to be
in our listening area KALX streams live on the internet
remember; chocolate's not just for breakfast anymore
Pete's Potter Creek rain
Last Thursday, .1 inch: Last
Friday, .25 inch: Last Saturday, 1.75 inches
Riva Cucina emails
Eight Arms Cellars Release
Party at Riva Cucina
Sunday, November 16th from 1-4 pm
Riva Cucina, 800 Heinz Avenue in Berkeley
RSVP:By Monday, November 10th to Iain Boltin
510 932 3019 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Eight Arms Cellars is celebrating
the release of their first vintage, 2006 Eight Arms Syrah, Stagecoach
Vineyard, Napa Valley. Winemaker Iain Boltin will be on hand
to pour his fruit-forward and food-friendly wine
produced in small lots and barrel-aged for 19 months.
Chef Massimiliano Boldrini, will create an assortment of foods
that pair well with Eight Arms Syrah and that mirror the sustainable
practices of the winery and their Go Green Drink Red campaign.
Just as Riva Cucina offers seasonal foods that are cultivated
on local farms and nearby waters, Eight Arms Cellars offers delicious
wine that is handcrafted using sustainable practices. As
an added bonus, $1 from every bottle sold, will be donated to
help combat global warming.
Taste wine and enjoy some
Limited quantity of Magnums will be available for purchase
Come early and taste 2007 barrel samples
To learn more, please visit www.eightarmscellars.com.
Eight Arms Cellars
510 932 3019
"Government program tied to weight gain
in adults" reports
"A Mexican government program that offers cash assistance
to encourage healthy habits may paradoxically result in excess
weight gain and higher blood pressure in some adults, a study
The program, which gives
impoverished families cash in exchange for attendance at annual
medical check-ups and nutrition classes, has been held up as a
model for the rest of the world.
But the new study, by researchers
at the University of California, Berkeley and the World Bank,
suggests that the program, called Oportunidades, may be having
"David Trachtenberg: Refining that Berkeley
look" is a story
by Eve Kushner, Special to The Chronicle.
"What do Berkeley Bowl,
the Rose Grocery project and the new Read Building on Fourth Street
have in common?
Their architect is David
Trachtenberg, known for responding to the historical feel of Berkeley
architecture while creating structures with a distinctive look.
His architectural forebears
include Bernard Maybeck and Julia Morgan, founders of the Bay
Region style of architecture, which emphasized building with natural
materials and featured rooms that interacted with the outdoors.
But he also brings a contemporary sensibility to his work and
bridges the gap between past and present - sometimes in a single
Look for a 900 GRAYSON review
in the BANG papers soon-Trib, WCT, etc.
Kermit Lynch was Don Yost's
guest for lunch at 900 this week.
Swerve has received a Berkeley
Design Advocate Award--it will be presented at a ceremony on Friday,
And Swerve just finished
an order for their designed tables from Café Rouge--check
them out at Rouge.
our Councilman, Darryl Moore
Hello South and West Berkeley
A few ways to help the police close some cases and some upcoming
events that may interest you...
Who's This Crook?
Berkeley Police Department presents a new web feature to
showcase recent crimes where community members can assist our
Detectives with information. For crimes that the police
can use your assistance, please visit www.cityofberkeley.info/ContentDisplay.aspx?id=29146
Community Participation Critical in Solving Berkeley's Most Violent
Berkeley, California (Friday, October 31, 2008) - City of Berkeley
Police Department (BPD) detectives are urging the community to
work with them to help solve the city's open murder investigations
of 2008. Detectives are confident that there are individuals that
have the details they need to further their work in solving the
murders of Brandon Terrell Jones, 29 of Berkeley, Creon Burns,
25 of San Leandro, Anthony Beamon, 29 of Berkeley, Kelvin Earl
Davis, 26 of Berkeley and Kevin Antoine Parker, 42 of Oakland.
BPD Homicide detectives have been actively working on these investigations,
but have yet to make any arrests.
On February 24, 2008 at 11:50 pm, Jones was shot and killed in
the 1500 block of Harmon Street. On March 3, 2008 at 11:32
pm Burns was shot and killed in front of 1615 Russell Street.
On May 28, 2008 at 11:32 pm, Beamon was shot and killed in front
of 1536 Tyler Street. Most recently, Davis and Parker were shot
and killed in the 1400 block of Derby Street on September 18,
2008. The City of Berkeley is still offering a $15,000 reward
in each of these cases.
Community participation and witness cooperation were essential
in securing arrests in the murders of Christopher Wootton on May
3, 2008 and Maceo Anthony Smith on May 13, 2008. Without
the commitment of witnesses, these arrests may not have ever been
BPD is a new partner of Bay Area Crime Stoppers. (BACS) BACS
offers up to $2,000 cash in reward money to those who offer information
that is helpful to any of these murder investigations. Anyone
with information can call 1-800-222-TIPS. All Bay Area Crime Stoppers
calls are completely confidential.
Nationwide, prime time television
programs and other media have created some unrealistic expectations
regarding detectives' ability to solve crime. (depicting 5 minute
DNA and ballistics results, for example) In addition, popular
culture campaigns such as "No Snitching" have created
significant challenges and are becoming more prevalent with the
youth of our communities.
The family and loved ones of these victims, in partnership with
BPD detectives, are appealing to the community for help with these
investigations. Anyone with information regarding these crimes
is urged to call the BPD Homicide Detail at (510) 981-5741 (office)
or (510) 981-5900. (Non-emergency dispatch line) or BACS at 1-800-222-TIPS.
Looking for a Head Start on College?
The East Bay HOYAS (Helping Youth Achieve Success) is offering
an evening of educational opportunities. Meet with representatives
from various independent (prep) schools. Learn about the
many benefits of a private boarding school education. Information
on the admissions process, academic curriculum, athletics, extracurricular
activities, and financial assistance will be provided.
East Bay HOYAS: An Evening of Educational Opportunities
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm on Friday, November 14th, 2008
The Young Adult Project, 1730 Oregon Street
Berkeley Santa Fe Right-of-Way Community Meeting
Learn more about Southwest Berkeley's newest potential open space!
Share your ideas on how the right-of-way (south of University
Avenue) should be transformed for the benefit of the Berkeley
The meeting will cover:
Benefits to the community
Discussion to identify community priorities
Sharing ideas on how the space should be used
Sponsored by the Berkeley Community Gardening Collaborative, Councilman
Darryl Moore, Berkeley Partners for Parks, and Rails-to-Trails
Conservancy. For more information, please see attached flyer &
map, or contact:
Ben Gettleman at 415-397-2220
Beebo Turman at 510- 527-3773
7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. on Wednesday, November 19th
Frances Albrier Community Center in San Pablo Park, 2800 Park
Street (between Russell and Ward Streets)
Darryl Moore, Councilmember
"Green spaces 'reduce health gap'" reports BBC NEWS.
"Nature may be good for health.
A bit of greenery near our
homes can cut the "health gap" between rich and poor,
say researchers from two Scottish universities.
Even small parks in the heart
of our cities can protect us from strokes and heart disease, perhaps
by cutting stress or boosting exercise.
Their study, in The Lancet, matched data about hundreds of thousands
of deaths to green spaces in local areas.
Councils should introduce
more greenery to improve wellbeing, they said."
"World of Good" is a feature presented on the Lehrer News
Hour and is much, much more than
". . . a company dedicated
to building ethnical shopping experiences at large retailers like
Whole Foods and eBay."
This link will automatically
down-load an mp3 of the program-audio.
"Latino film festival brings back 'El Norte'" is a story by Delfin Vigil, Chronicle Staff
"Back in 1983, when
Gregory Nava co-wrote and directed the epic immigration film 'El
Norte,' the idea of a Latino film festival was the furthest thing
from his mind. The mere concept of Latino film as its own genre
had never even occurred to the Mexican American filmmaker.
'When you tell the story of your village, you tell the story of
the whole world. These are simply universal human tales,' said
Nava, who will be in the Bay Area for the 25th anniversary of
'El Norte,' one of the highlights of the 12th San Francisco International
Latino Film Festival, which begins Friday."
"UC Berkeley, Nokia turn mobile phones
into traffic probes" reports
"Drivers in the San Francisco Bay Area with GPS-enabled mobile
phones can soon tap into new technology that promises to transform
traffic monitoring. Moments before midnight on Monday, Nov. 10,
researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, and Nokia
Research Center, Palo Alto will publicly release pilot software
that turns cellular devices into mobile traffic probes providing
real-time information on traffic flow and travel times.
As part of this Mobile Millennium
project, anyone can download the free software at http://www.traffic.berkeley.edu.
It will work on most GPS-enabled cell phones operating on GSM
networks - such as AT&T and T-mobile - that are capable of
installing and running Java applications. The Web site will be
continually updated with a list of specific Nokia and non-Nokia
phone models compatible with the software. Because of the large
amount of data transmitted by the system, researchers recommend
that participants have an unlimited data plan.
As vehicles pass through
the system's virtual trip lines - geographic markers defined by
GPS coordinates - the phones will send anonymous speed and location
readings to servers. The data will be integrated into traffic
models that produce an estimate of traffic flow, then relayed
back to the mobile phones and posted online at traffic.berkeley.edu."
Dmitry Medvedev appeared in no hurry Wednesday to congratulate
Barack Obama on his victory in the U.S. presidential election,
sending the senator a telegram after eschewing an opportunity
to acknowledge the win in his state-of-the-nation address"
is part of a report by Russia's St Petersburg Times by
"'I hope for a constructive
dialogue with you, based on trust and consideration of each other's
interests,' Medvedev said in a plainly worded note sent to Obama
and posted on the Kremlin's web site late Wednesday afternoon.
Despite several references
to the new U.S. administration, Medvedev refrained from mentioning
Obama in his speech at 12 p.m. - long after it was clear that
the Illinois Democrat had won.
The apparent hesitance came
despite the fact that Medvedev has said he would prefer that Obama,
47, become the next U.S. president instead of his rival, Arizona's
Republican Senator John McCain, 72.
'It would be easier to work
with people with a modern outlook, rather than those whose eyes
are turned back to the past,' Medvedev said in February, before
he was elected president himself."
Has the CIA manipulated the
markets? Some "evidence" at slate.com.
NE corner office area, upstairs
"Linebackers stand out at Cal, USC" writes Jonathan Okanes of the Times.
"For those who call
themselves connoisseurs of linebacker play, the Los Angeles Coliseum
will be the place to be Saturday.
The matchup between No. 21
Cal and No. 7 USC not only features two of the best linebacker
corps in the Pac-10, but in the nation. Each team has two players
on the watch list for the 2008 Butkus Award, given to the country's
top linebacker. And they each lead a defense ranked among the
"Hall Will Visit Cal for the Big Game" is a story at scout.com.
"WR Adam Hall is rated
the No. 25 wide receiver in the nation, according to Scout.com.
The four-star standout can play offense or defense at the next
level. He says Cal likes him on both sides of the ball. His scheduled
official visit to Berkeley was moved to the date of the Big Game.
Hall tells us he is looking forward to his visit, which will be
his first official trip."
"Zeppelin taking to the skies over Bay
Area" is a story by George Raine, Chronicle Staff
"Flying in the world's
largest airship is a very quiet, smooth-as-silk experience. The
six-cylinder aircraft engines
hum unobtrusively, allowing the ship's 12 passengers to chat easily
among themselves and the crew in the narrow gondola. Grand vistas
can be seen through large windows, some of which can be opened."
"Turkey talk: How much is that dinner on
the table?" asks
Michelle Locke of the AP.
Crazy economic times have
Americans counting their pennies along with their blessings this
Thanksgiving. And that has many people wondering, just how much
will it cost to give thanks this year?
Thanksgiving, the intersection
of gratification and gratitude, can leave a thrifty shopper feeling
as plucked as the bird of honor.
'It's probably the biggest
sticker shock of the year you get because it's probably the one
time of the year where you buy as much,' says Jim Sartwelle, an
economist at the American Farm Bureau, which since 1986 has released
an annual Turkey Day tally based on an informal survey by volunteer
shoppers across the country."
Bob Kubik emails
Street Art on 4th south of
"Berkeley changes with the times.
Nestled in the Berkeley Hills,
Cal is home to Nobel laureates, the first cyclotron, berkelium
and a spirited student body" is a story in the LA Times
by Christopher Reynolds
"So what do we call
this place? Cal? Berkeley? Cal Berkeley? UC Berkeley? This question
hung above 10 of us -- nine visitors and one student tour guide,
all gathered at a busy campus that simmered on an autumn weekday
morning with undergraduate enthusiasm, intellectual fermentation
and political skirmishing.
Way back in 1966, when he
was running for governor and the university was awash in demonstrations,
Ronald Reagan described this campus as 'the mess at Berkeley.'
After winning that election, Reagan engineered the firing of the
university president, cut the budget, proposed selling rare books
from the library and sent the National Guard in with bayonets
and tear gas, dramatic gestures tha' helped give this territory
its own chapter in the history of dissent in America.'But that was a long time ago.
"You can pretty much
call us whatever you want,' guide Jenn Lerner told us. 'As long
as it's not Stanford.'
. . . Off-campus, the first
spot tourists are likely to ask about is Telegraph Avenue, which
is a sort of fading cartoon of the '60s, tie- dyed T-shirts forever
on sale. Its virtues include Moe's, a longtime survivor at 2476
Telegraph that offers new and used books. The avenue's other esteemed
book peddler of several decades, Cody's, closed in 2006 (followed
by other Cody's locations)."
sooner than later
my thoughts on a completely
new Potter Creek Association
"Too-brief tour of the new Berkeley:Just
the other day, I paid my first-ever visit to that amazing campus
on the hillside above Oakland - the University of California at
Berkeley" is a post
I have to admit that what
I saw and heard surprised me a bit.
As someone who went to college
in the 1970s, not that long after the '60s, I had read a bit about
Berkeley. I also wrote my first graduate project on civil religion
in the Vietnam War Moratorium, which required me to read quite
a bit about Berkeley. But, hey, everyone knows the reputation
of that campus when it comes to (a) excellence and (b) trendy
Now, maybe it was because
I was on campus for a conference about religion, politics and
the news media (of course), but I heard lots of people talking
about how much things have changed at Berkeley.
More on that in a moment."
"[Berkeley's]Counting Crows re-schedule
gigs" is a report
mean that Counting Crows fans will have to wait until the early
summer for another live sighting of Adam Duritz & co."
"Bake Sales Fall Victim to Push for Healthier
Foods" is a story
by Patricia Leigh Brown in the New York Times.
"Tommy Cornelius and
the other members of the Piedmont High School boys water polo
team never expected to find
themselves running through school in their Speedos to promote
a bake sale across the street. But times have been tough since
the school banned homemade brownies and cupcakes.
The old-fashioned school
bake sale, once as American as apple pie, is fast becoming obsolete
in California, a result of strict new state nutrition standards
for public schools that regulate the types of food that can be
sold to students. The guidelines were passed by lawmakers in 2005
and took effect in July 2007. They require that snacks sold during
the school day contain no more than 35 percent sugar by weight
and derive no more than 35 percent of their calories
from fat and no more than 10 percent of their calories from saturated
"ACS Data Recovery and Fix That Mac of
Berkeley, California Work To Help Students Hit With Data Loss"
is a press release at
ACS Data Recovery, a premier
provider of hard drive data recovery services, and Fix That Mac,
Inc. an Apple / Mac repair center based in Berkeley, California
have teamed up to form an exclusive partnership to help students
who may have lost their data due to a severe hard drive crash.
Fix That Mac, is located just off the west entrance to the University
of California Berkeley, and therefore college students and faculty
of the university make up a large part of their customer base.
Students who have lost valuable data due to a hard drive failure
can now get special pricing on data recovery services. Data loss
can have a catastrophic effect on students, just like it can on
Our Regional Affiliate Program
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Say one of our customers
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the Affiliate. The Affiliate then earns a 25% revenue share on
the recovery just for making life more convenient for our customer."
"Amyris brews barrels of diesel from sugarcane"
is a report from David R. Baker, Chronicle Staff Writer.
"The Bay Area's latest
motor fuel factory looks like a microbrewery run by Ph.D.s.
Men in white lab coats tend
gleaming metal vats filled with yeast and sugar. The air inside
the converted Emeryville warehouse smells vaguely like hops.
But the factory, built by
Amyris Biotechnologies, doesn't make beer, at least not most of
the time. Instead, the vats and the yeast churn out a clear liquid
that mimics diesel fuel. Blend it with some regular diesel, stick
it in an engine, and it works."
from my log
in front room.11/3/08--12.05 PM--SERIOUS irritant in front room,
dry, eyes, dry mouth, headache.11/4/08--9:47 AM--SERIOUS irritant
in front room, wear mask. 11/7/08--10:30 PM--VERY SERIOUS irritant
in front room and IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse, dizzy, disoriented,
leave. 11/8/08--~8:00 AM--irritant in warehouse, air-out. 11/8/08--6:11
PM--irritant in warehouse front and IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse,
heavy-air, like spare-the-air day, short breath, cough, leave.
11/10/08--1:26 PM--irritant in warehouse, "melting plastic"
odor. 11/12/08--6:51 AM--VERY STRONG ordor of "burning gas"
in front room and IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse, wear mask.
"Berkeley high-speed transit not yet a
done deal" reports Carolyn Jones, Chronicle Staff Writer.
"Berkeley voters may
have torpedoed an anti-transit measure on Tuesday's ballot, but
AC Transit's high-speed
buses aren't likely to be zipping up Telegraph Avenue any time
Measure KK, which would have
required voter approval before bus-only lanes could be installed
on city streets, was rejected by 77 percent of the voters - the
largest defeat among the seven measures on Berkeley's ballot.
The transit measure was intended
to stop, or at least delay, AC Transit's plan for a high-speed
bus line along Telegraph Avenue and circling through downtown.
Proponents of the measure,
most of them merchants and neighbors along Telegraph, said the
bus-only lane would have snarled traffic and displaced precious
street parking in one of the most congested parts of town.
The future of the high-speed
bus line, also called bus rapid transit, is now in the hands of
Berkeley's transportation and planning commissions. The City Council
is likely to take up the issue early next year.
Measure KK supporters said
they were happy with the results, even if their measure lost."
"More Journalists Lose Jobs At BANG's East
Bay Papers" reports
Richard Brenneman of the Planet.
California's leading newspaper publisher, Dean Singleton's MediaNews,
is shedding eight more jobs in the East Bay.
BANG-EB, short for Bay Area
News Group-East Bay, was created out of the Oakland Tribune, Contra
Costa Times, Fremont Argus and other newspapers assembled by the
media mogul and allowed him, briefly, to bust the Media Workers
Guild by adding in the staff of the non-union Times to the union
shops in Oakland and Fremont."
The guild responded with
an organizing drive that reinstated the union shops, adding the
Times staff as a bonus."
(So, I'm wondering Mr. B,
is our Planet a union shop?)
Change apace in Potter Creek
as heavy equipment grades the lot next to Byron and Sarah's.
"Viagra Spam Is Profitable, but Margins
Are Tight" is a
report by Jeremy Kirk at pcworld.com.
"One of the most notorious
networks of hacked computers used for sending spam could be generating
as much as US$3.5 million per year peddling drugs such as Viagra,
according to new research.
While filters used by e-mail
providers Yahoo, Google and Microsoft halt a vast amount of spam,
messages squeak through and reach receptive buyers.
The study was carried out
by infiltrating the Storm botnet, a robust peer-to-peer system
that commands millions of hacked computers to send spam campaigns.
The researchers modified
Storm's command-and-control system to insert their own links in
spam messages that lead to Web sites they created instead of the
one's spammers were advertising.
One of the Web sites advertised
pharmaceuticals, and the other mimicked an e-postcard site. E-postcard
spam often leads to Web sites that try to infect PCs with malicious
software that causes the machines to send Storm-related spam."
Bay Area home prices from sfgate.com
Bay Area foreclosures from sfgate.com
Our City Council update is
Our Planning Commision update
You can find more information
about our current weather conditions than is good for you at www.wunderground.com
Want to see weather coming
in, going out, beautiful sunsets, and much, much more? Check out
This very hip site was in an email from reader and contributor,
Tony Almeida. Read Tony's Jimi Hendrix story on the only page that routinely gets
more hits than Scrambled Eggs.
Best gas prices in 94710,
as well as all of US and Canada, are here
Kimar finds Costco routinely
has the lowest price.
Ramblers' motorcycle club member, Cliff Miller emails a very
If you ever need to get a
human being on the phone at a credit card company or bank, etc.,
this site tells you how to defeat their automated system and get
you to a human being within a few seconds.
is not just a reference for Berkeley-Hills radicals with 1.5 mil
homes and considerable portfolios.
Our City of Berkeley Boards
and Commissions page is here--redone
Police reports at insidebay area.com are here.
PD Site with crime statistics and more is here.
Crime Log for 94710 is
This site is NOT affiliated
with Berkeley PD.
Take time to report
of crime-in-progress should first go to Berkeley PD dispatch--911
or non-emergency, 981-5900. THEN make sure you notify EACH of
these City people.
Our new Area
Coordinator is Officer Karen Buckheit, Berkeley PD - 981-5774
City Mgr Off - 981-2491 email@example.com
aid to Darryl Moore - 981-7120 firstname.lastname@example.org
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