Gardens, the South of
courtesy expat, Gordon Lapides
who lives nearby
plays Bach at Prades and more
"Program for disabled students transitions
to new model for services in fall" by Angel Grace, dailycal.org.
"UC policy change results
in delayed DSP note-taking services Disabled students hold week
of events to reduce barrier, foster understanding UC Berkeley
ranked as one of most accessible campuses for disabled students
In response to funding pressures
and a shift in demographics, UC Berkeley's Disabled Students'
Residence Program is currently transitioning to a model that will
place a greater emphasis on independent living skills.
Staff of DSRP- a unit of
the Disabled Students' Program - will oversee personal care attendants
rather than performing personal care themselves. Set to begin
this fall, the new program will also strengthen access to services
for disabled students the summer before they arrive on campus."
"Old Salts Dinner, Saturday, May 17, 2014" berkeleyyc.org.
"The Berkeley Yacht
Club recognizes and honors its long time members at the annual
'Old Salts' dinner. At 25 years of membership, a member
is deemed an 'Old Salt', and the member is our guest for the dinner
and receives 'the gold watch' of BYC, a special burgee and name
tag. Subsequently, members are again recognized for continued
membership in five year increments. They have wonderful
stories to share. We are planning a wonderful dinner so
make your reservations by May 14th. "
here in Berkeley " benjerry.com.
"Ben & Jerry's Scoop
Shops offer euphoria in cups, cones, and ice cream cakes. We even
offer catering and will deliver our ice cream right to your next
party or meeting!"
Berkeley walk. Take an East Bay urban hike for tasty treats and
views" Elisabeth Carr, sunset.com.
"Berkeley is an ideal place to savor the San Francisco Bay
Area's delicious food. Park your car in the Gourmet Ghetto, a
food lover's paradise since the 1970s, and load a picnic basket
with to-go delicacies.
Next, stroll north on Shattuck
Avenue for about a mile, past Live Oak Park and houses designed
by Craftsman architect Bernard Maybeck.
When you reach Indian Rock,
climb the steps to the top for a prime picnic locale and a panoramic
view of the cities by the Bay. After lunch, walk down a pretty
path to Solano Avenue stores, shopping's a nice reward after your
"Play ball! Get into
the swing of the season with this beloved baseball-themed musical
comedy. Features the memorable songs, 'Heart,' and 'Whatever Lola
Wants, Lola Gets.' In this modern retelling of the
Faust legend, a passionate Washington Senators fan, sells his
soul to the Devil in order to be transformed into their star player
and lead his beloved team to a victory against those damn Yankees.
Based on the novel, The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant."
in Berkeley: Festival Preview May 28" Bea Karnes, berkeley.patch.com
"The Mendocino Music Festival presents an informal preview
of their 4-Day Bachfest (July 13 16) taking place during
this year's Festival in Mendocino Village, this July 12 through
Festival co-founder Susan
Waterfall will be joined by Burke Schuchman, Mindy Rosenfeld,
and Jeremy Cohen to play highlights including the Trio Sonata
from the 'Musical Offering,' the d minor Chaconne for violin,
the Italian Concerto, and selected movements from Bach Suites
The preview event will be
held at the Julia Morgan-designed Berkeley City Club, Wednesday,
May 28th at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20."
city manager presents a balanced budget for 2015" Jeff
"At Tuesday's City Council meeting, Berkeley's city manager
presented a balanced budget forecast for fiscal year 2015, with
a caveat that the city may experience deficits in the next couple
Council votes to increase minimum wage by January 2015" Jean
"At its Tuesday meeting,
the Berkeley City Council voted to raise the Berkeley minimum
wage starting January 2015 after demand from workers and business
owners to take action on the issue.
The motion to increase the
minimum wage to $10 by Jan. 1, 2015, and to $10.75 by Jan. 1,
2016, was passed 8-1 on its first reading. The council also voted
to appoint a task force made up of council members, business owners
and labor advocates to discuss possible future wage increases
"Berkeley looking at giving Tasers to cops"
"The Berkeley City Council
has voted to study the issue of arming police officers with Taser
shock weapons. After listening to testimony from the public and
from Berkeley police officers, the council voted 6-3 Tuesday night
to have city staff study how other police departments use the
devices and what guidelines they give to officers."
"UC Berkeley Study Looks At Underwater Mortgage Problem,
Supports Richmond's Eminent Domain Plan" cbslocal.com.
"A new report from UC
Berkeley's Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society shows
the widespread problem of underwater mortgages continues to affect
cities throughout the country, including several in the Bay Area.
The report, titled ' Underwater
America: How the So-Called Housing "Recovery" is Bypassing
Many American Communities' is a first-of-its-kind look at the
magnitude of the underwater mortgage issue."
system stalls in California" abclocal.go.com.
"Early earthquake warning
systems already exist in California, but so far, only a handful
of researchers and agencies have access to them. Wednesday, scientists
gathered with politicians and state officials in the Bay Area
to try to figure out how to share those warnings with everyone.
"Beginner Computer Class at Berkeley Central
"Our free drop-in computer
classes for beginners are held in the Electronic Classroom (3rd
Floor, Central Library) on:
Mondays from 6:00pm- 7:00pm Thursdays from 10:00am- 11:00am 2090
Kittredge StreetCentral Berkeley."
Persian Music Night at Berkeley" events.kodoom.com.
"A musical journey through
Iran Saturday, May 17, 2014, 8:00 pm."
bohemia, San Pablo Avenue" Lisa Taggart, sunset.com.
"Reinvention is the
philosophy behind Ohmega Salvage General Store on San Pablo Avenue
in Berkeley. Transform your humdrum living room with a bird's-eye
maple mantel rescued from a failed restaurant, the idea goes.
And lately the shop's neighborhood in west Berkeley is experiencing
its own renaissance.
Anchoring the resurgence
is the newly opened third outpost of Caffe Trieste, the coffee
shop and opera house founded in the 1950s in San Francisco's North
Beach. Near Trieste, on Dwight Way, a copse of inventive home
stores has emerged, with handmade furniture, antiques, and custom
lighting shops sharing space with a groovy ecology center, an
excellent nursery, a global range of restaurants, and plenty of
car-repair shops. Along these blocks, a shopper could transform
her whole life."
"Former UC Berkeley engineers redefine
music-sharing through Wearhaus headphones" dailycal.org.
"Nelson Zhang and Richie
Zeng, two former UC Berkeley engineering students and co-founders
of Wearhaus Inc., recently launched their new product: the Wearhaus
Arc headphones. These are wireless headphones that sync with other
music listeners, allowing you to discover new music and broadcast
your own playlist.
According to Zhang, the Arc
headphones are all about socialization and personalization. Bluetooth
technology allows the headphones to retransmit their audio signal
to other Bluetooth headphones nearby. You can use the touch controls
on the headphones or the mobile app to transmit your music or
tune into the music of someone else who is also transmitting
on the app."
"Is This New Fuel Cell Catalyst a Game
Changer for Hydrogen Vehicles?" Katie
Fuel cell electric vehicles,
or FCEVs, may have just taken a giant step closer to widespread
adoption. Why? Researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy's
Argonne National Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
have jointly developed a new type of fuel cell catalyst that has
more than 30 times the catalytic activity than conventional catalysts and
uses 85% less platinum. That's potentially great news for Toyota
Motor, Honda Motor, and Hyundai Motor .
Nanotechnology to the rescue
One of the main barriers
to widespread FCEV adoption is the high cost of fuel cell catalysts.
This is because they rely on platinum. In fact, the Energy Department
estimates that platinum can account for 50% of a fuel cell's cost.
Luckily, the new class of catalysts being developed by Argonne
and Lawrence Berkeley help solve this problem."
"Richmond residents express concerns about
proposed Lawrence Lab expansion"
by Amber Lee, ktvu.com.
"Plans to expand a Lawrence Berkeley National Lab research
facility in Richmond are raising concerns among residents about
their involvement in the project.
Richmond Field Station sits on 100 acres on Meade Street off Richmond
Bay. UC Berkeley wants to add 133 acres to enlarge its existing
Residents say it's a beacon
of hope for the future and that the proposed expansion could turn
this into a field of dreams for a city that has struggled with
violent crime and unemployment. 'It's hopeful for us. We just
want a bright future for our children,' said Richmond resident
Christine Jones, a mother of four. 'People are really excited
about this process,' said community leader Tamisha Walker.
But that excitement is tempered
with concern about how the project will benefit the community.
The expansion will bring
jobs to the area. Just how many, university officials haven't
said because they are still looking for funding for the expansion."
Oakland Greek Festival
"IT'S GREAT TO BE GREEK
(Even if it's just for a weekend). Enjoy three days of Greece
by the Bay. Fabulous Greek food, drink, music, dance, and more
10am-11pm Friday & Saturday;
On the beautiful grounds of the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the
Ascension, 4700 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland hills, below Highway 13,
Adults $6, Children 12 & under are free.
Free admission on Friday from 10am-2pm and on Sunday from
5pm to closing.
Free parking at the Mormon Temple and Head Royce School."
more at facebook.com
Oakland Greek Festival 2013
May 17, 18, and 19 Ascension
Cathedral once again presents the annual Oakland Greek Festival.
Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension, 4700 Lincoln Avenue,
Oakland, California 94602
2012 Oakland Greek Festival
the Victor's Mom, aproned
2011 Oakland Greek Festival from the Huffington
Stephanie J. Stiavetti's
A meal worthy of the gods.
For the next two days, Oakland's
Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension is hosting their annual
Oakland Greek Festival. Besides being a gathering of some of the
East Bay's most enthusiastic Greek residents, the festival is
home to some of the best Greek food in the Bay Area.
Yesterday I hit up the festival's
opening day. I was completely bowled over by the amount of food
available -- up for grabs were every possible Greek delight you
can imagine, prepared by local cooks. Within the culinary booths,
you'll find everything from whole lamb on a spit to flaming cheese
(seriously -- stand back when they set it on fire!).
For those who love to cook,
Saturday and Sunday are filled with countless Greek cooking demonstrations.
If you're in Oakland this weekend, can you think of a better way
to spend a few hours?
John and crew were
also serving grilled lamb in 2011
more from 2011
our John Victor
The Festival is held at Greek
Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension where the Victors were among
the original fifteen founding families.
and where beautifully presented
the food court awaits
and finally from a past Oakland Greek
is this Friday, Satuday and
at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral
of the Ascension, 4700 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland. 510-531-3400.
Friday and Saturday
10 AM till11 PM and Sunday 11 AM till 9PM
admission is $6.00
but Friday 10AM till 4PM and Sunday 5PM till 10PM are free. Children
are always free.
Paul T. Fakaros, Sofo Kyriakopedi,
"It is that
time of year again when the wonderful aromas of Souklavia and
Loukoumades waft through the air and the sounds of traditional
Greek music and shouts of OPA! resonate in the hills of Oakland.
The Oakland Greek Festival 2011 is now in full preparation and
we are in need of our most important ingredient...you! What would
Oakland's Greek Festival be without the many people from our community
who come to enjoy all the treats for the ears, and eyes and stomach?
It is with great joy and excitement that we invite you to experience
our Greek culture this weekend. The Festival's founding committee
put together an event in the hopes of keeping the Traditions and
their Religion alive and strong in the hearts of their children.
Little did they know that 40 years later this festival would be
a stage to share our vibrant culture, savory food, and trusted
religion with our greater Bay Area community. With this Festival,
we are bringing Greece to you!
Some say that the
Greeks are more hospitable than can be imagined. We rarely let
you leave our homes without thirrd or even fourth helpings. It
is this giving spirit that makes our Festival come alive! What
makes our festival the True Greek Experience is the sight of our
young and old working side by side, our children filled with joy
to dance for you, and our experienced yiayias (grandmothers) offering
you a taste of traditional spanakopita (spinach pie) and their
favorite pastry recipes from their homeland.
Food is an important
part of the Greek Culture."
more from Paul and Sofo here
As in years past, Potter
Creek's John Victor,V&W
Window, grills the lamb!
Victor, Jerry's Viper
was my very first photo essay
"Berkeley Symphony broadcasts-Mondays at
9pm in May" David
"Throughout the month of May, KALW will broadcast the full
2013-14 season of the Berkeley Symphony, hosted by David Latulippe.
This week, Music Director Joana Carneiro leads the orchestra in
Australian composer Brett Dean's 'Carlo,' Haydn's Cello Concerto
#1 with guest soloist Peter Wyrick, Associate Principal Cellist
of the SFSymphony, and the Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 73 of
Johannes Brahms. Monday at 9pm."
"Berkeley Rep to Present Hershey Felder
as Leonard Bernstein in Maestro" broadwayworld.com.
"The award-winning actor
and musician Hershey Felder returns to Berkeley Rep with his popular
and critically acclaimed one-man show, Hershey Felder as Leonard
Bernstein in Maestro.
Last summer, Felder brought
Bay Area audiences to their feet and even got them singing with
George Gershwin Alone. Now the master entertainer and virtuoso
pianist is back for a limited engagement about America's greatest
musical legend. Conductor, composer, pianist, author, teacher,
librettist, television star, and composer of West Side Story,
Candide, On the Town, and Wonderful Town, Bernstein pushed all
boundaries to become the world's first serious musical media superstar.
Felder combines first-person
narrative with the compositions of Bernstein and others to draw
us deeply into the maestro's fascinating life, a life filled with
tragedy and triumph and...music. This special presentation plays
only 22 performances on the intimate Thrust Stage. It previews
on June 5, opens June 6, and plays through June 22."
Green Tours Announces: The Moveable Feast Takes Over Berkeley"
"Bay Area Green Tours (BAGT) and BALLE (Business Alliance
for Local Living Economies) are hosting their scrumptious Moveable
Feast on Tuesday, June 10, 2014. The Moveable Feast is a unique
walking tour visiting 3 model sustainable restaurants located
within 3 blocks for an intimate and informative progressive dinner
in the heart of downtown Berkeley.
BAGT's pioneering tour in
downtown Berkeley, in a city some consider the epicenter for the
US food movement, visits Gather Restaurant, Revival Bar +Kitchen,
and Five Restaurant."
"Super Summer Sidewalk
Sale 1645 San Pablo Ave" yardsales.net.
"Three amazing vintage
stores are coming together this weekend for a fun-in-the-sun summer
sidewalk sale!! We will be offering a plethora of spectacular
vintage pieces including men`s and women`s clothing, furniture,
decor, collectables, and art! Come search for fabulous finds Friday
and Saturday from 11-7. Everything on the sidewalk will be priced
to sell - this is a sale you don`t want to miss! We will also
be celebrating the soft opening of POP Collective. Come check
out the newest addition to the West Berkeley Design Loop.
1645 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley,
Sunday, May 18, 2014 "
Brown to speak at May 19 climate change event" ucdavis.edu.
"The future impact of
climate change on California's agriculture and natural resources
will be the focus of a May 19 forum in Sacramento, coordinated
by the University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural
Gov. Jerry Brown and UC Davis
Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi will address the forum, titled 'Climate
Change: Challenges to California's Agriculture and Natural Resources.'
The event will be held from
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the California Museum at 1020 O St. It
is intended to provide comprehensive, objective and up-to-date
information that will be valuable for industry leaders and policymakers."
judge orders fired executive to leave Pacifica Foundation office"
"A U.S. judge has ordered
the fired executive director of California's Pacifica Foundation
Radio in Berkeley to leave the office she has been occupying around
the clock for the last two months, saying she was trespassing."
seek public's help in sexual assault near People's Park"
Kristin J. Bender, mercurynews.com.
"A 25-year-old woman
was sexually assaulted Monday night near People's Park and police
need the public's help closing the case, authorities said.
UC Berkeley police said the
woman was walking east in the 2600 block of Dwight Way at about
9:35 p.m. on Monday when a man yelled at her, ran across the street
and grabbed her in the groin area. The man then ran west on Dwight
Way toward People's Park, police said.
Authorities detained Mark
Lopez, a 50-year-old sex offender, based on the victim's description,
but released him without arrest after determining they did not
have enough evidence to hold him. "
Eichengreen: Eurozone Crisis Is Far From Over" moneynews.com.
"Markets generally believe
the eurozone crisis is over. They're wrong, asserts Barry Eichengreen,
an economics and political science professor at the University
of California, Berkeley.
Many of its EU countries
still carry enormous public debt, its banking union is deeply
flawed and it faces difficulty increasing exports, Eichengreen
writes in an article for Project Syndicate."
'Berkeley Bowl's Like Disneyland To Me' " sfweekly.com.
"Ruth Reichl on Foodie
Fiction and Her Favorite Bay Area Eats."
to celebrate 30 years of Crowden School" by Chris Treadway,
"A gala concert and
book-signing event at 7 p.m. May 24 will mark the 30th anniversary
of The Crowden School, the unique music-oriented program in Berkeley
billed as the first of its kind in the United States.
The celebration at Hertz
Hall on the UC Berkeley campus 'will premiere a new work by Crowden
alumnus Samuel Carl Adams. It also features performances by former
Crowden students and faculty, including: the Baumer String Quartet
(Nathan Olson, Aaron Requiro, John T. Posadas, David Requiro),
Bonnie Hampton, Emil Miland, and Kenneth Renshaw, as well as Anne
Crowden's daughter, Deirdre Cooper.'
The concert will tell the
story of school founder Anne Crowden and her 'journey in 1965
from Scotland, via Amsterdam, to Berkeley against a background
of local musical, social and political events of the time.'
In 1983 Crowden founded the
day school that offers both academics and an acclaimed music program
for students in fourth through eighth grade."
makes amends with military, reaches out to vets" theleafchronicle.com.
"The University of California,
Berkeley, once synonymous with antiwar activism, is expanding
efforts to attract veterans and welcome the military to campus.
For its part, the military is expanding ROTC on campus."
"UC seeks to increase transfer students from community colleges"
"Santa Monica College
and Los Angeles Southwest College are only 13 miles apart but
have an immense gap when it comes to transferring students to
a University of California campus, a new report says. Santa Monica
sent 783 students last year, by far the most of 112 community
colleges in the state, while Southwest sent just four, among the
Those significant disparities
are at the heart of a new proposed initiative by the UC regents
to make it easier for students to transfer to one of the system's
nine undergraduate campuses from all community colleges, not just
from the small group of two-year schools that dominate transfer
calling Oakland home for nearly 25 years, the East Bay federation
is leaving its longtime neighborhood near Lake Merritt and relocating
to the heart of downtown Berkeley, in a hub of culture and only
steps from a BART station"
"The new office at 2121
Allston Way is on the second floor of the Magnes Collection of
Jewish Art and Life, and a handful of federation partner organizations
- such as Lehrhaus Judaica and the JCC of the East Bay - are within
'I'm really excited about
it. It's a really contemporary space,' said Rabbi James Brandt,
CEO of the Jewish Federation and Jewish Community Foundation of
the East Bay. 'We are moving from a pretty traditional office
environment to a completely open office design where none of the
staff will have an office door.' "
Education 101" edibleschoolyard.org.
"The Rise and Future
of the Food Movement was a Fall 2011 course at UC Berkeley, Graduate
School of Journalism and College of Letters and Science. The course
was co-instructed by Nikki Henderson, Executive Director of People's
Grocery, and Michael Pollan, a Knight Journalism Professor at
UC Berkeley. There are eleven class lectures to view."
paved with...solar panels?" csmonitor.com.
"An Idaho-based company
started a crowdfunding campaign to meet US's future power needs."
" Gov. Brown says UC divestment from
coal is a possibility" latimes.com.
" Gov. Jerry Brown suggested Thursday that UC
should study the possibility of divesting its endowment of any
connection to the coal industry, a move that could echo a recent
decision by Stanford University."
JAZZ ON FOURTH 2014
BENEFIT MUSIC FESTIVAL FOR
BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL JAZZ
Sunday, May 18th 12-5PM
Free to the public
LIVE PERFORMANCES BY
BHS Ensemble and Combos
Sista Monica Parker
Tito y su Son de Cuba
Thanks to Doc's son, Regan,
Steve, and to city workers, flowering fruit-trees have been planted
on 8th and Pardee.
In the last month the real
life style differences between Potter Creek's "young new
modern" citizens--often condo owners or occupiers--and our
"street citizens" have erupted into violence. THIS IS
Air Quality Report
For NEW LEVEL of irritant
and toxicity see 5/5/14 10:15 PM and 5/8/14
5/2/14--6:30 PM--dry dirty
air in front room with "glass manufacturing" odor. Mucus
5/3/14--8:30 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation, hacking cough.
4:35 PM--similar with "glass manufacturing" odor.
5/4/14--12:03 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation. 2:05 AM--similar.
7:43 PM--dry dirty air in front room , mucus membrane irritation,
hacking cough0. 10:02PM--similar. 11:06--similar, overridess HEPA
5/5/14--2:10 AM---dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation.10:15 PM--EXTREMELY
dry and burning air, SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation. Overrides
4 HEPA filters. MOST SERIOUS in memory! 2:53 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation, hacking cough.
5/6/14--2:53 AM--NEW drier
dirtier air in front room, mucus membrane irritation, hacking
cough. 5:05 AM--similar. 5:31 AM--similar, Marsha prolonged cough.
3:07 PM--NEW drier dirtier air in front room , mucus membrane
irritation, hacking cough. 6:35 PM--NEW drier dirtier air in front
room , mucus membrane irritation, hacking cough. 7:04 PM--similar.
7:35 PM--similar. 8:55 PM--NEW drier dirtier air in front room,
VERY SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation, coughing episodes, watery
5/7/14--4:06 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation.
5/8/14--3:17 AM--NEW drier
dirtier air in front room, mucus membrane irritation, hacking
cough, overrides HEPA filters. All PM and AM similar, often at
quarter hours. 3:46 AM--similar. 3:59 AM--similar. MOST SERIOUS
since 5/5/14--10:15 PM
5/9/14--12:22 AM--NEW drier
dirtier air in front room, mucus membrane irritation, overrides
HEPA filters. 2:44 AM--NEW drier dirtier air in front room,
VERY SERIOUS mucus membrane irritation, overrides HEPA filters.
3:54AM--NEW drier dirtier air in front room, VERY VERY SERIOUS
mucus membrane irritation, overrides HEPA filters. 4:21AM--NEW
drier dirtier air in front room, VERY VERY SERIOUS mucus membrane
irritation, overrides HEPA filters. Marsha has SERIOUS "hacking
cough" episode and has developed several lip blisters over
that past days.
5/10/14--10:02 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation. 8:06 PM--similar.
4:04 PM--dry dirty air in front room , SERIOUS mucus membrane
irritation, burnng eyes, hacking cough, Marsha, similar. All AM
and PM last 2 days--similar.
5/13/14--12:30 PM--dry dirty
air in warehouse front and IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse with
hot "burning" ceramic/metal on this Spare the Air day,
mucus membrane irritation hackng cough. 5:32 PM--dry dirty air
in front room , mucus membrane irritation. All AM and PM--similar
at regular intervals.
5/14/14--1:05 PM---dry dirty
air in front room with "glass manufacturing" odor ,
mucus membrane irritation on Spare the Air day. 2:15 PM--similar.
5/15/14--7:44 AM--dry dirty
air in front room , mucus membrane irritation on Spare the Air
day. 7:51 AM--similar. 8:55 AM--similar. 11:11 AM--similar.
7:30 AM--similar. 11:45 AM--similar. 12.00PM--similar. 12:30 PM--
similar. 2:32 PM--similar. 4:14PM--similar.
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.
Ramblers' motorcycle club member, Cliff Miller emails a very
If you ever need to get a
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this site tells you how to defeat their automated system and get
you to a human being within a few seconds.
Best gas prices in 94710,
as well as all of US and Canada, are here
Kimar finds Costco routinely
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Bay Area home prices from sfgate.com
Bay Area foreclosures from sfgate.com
Our City Council update is
Our Planning Commision update
Our City of Berkeley Boards
and Commissions page is here--redone
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.
Coordinator, Berkeley PD - 981-5774.
aid to Darryl Moore - 981-7120 firstname.lastname@example.org
City Councilman email@example.com
AND check out BPD feature
are these Suspects."
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