after 6/16/14 here after 6/24/14
"Researchers Build New Batteries That Charge
Instantly And Hold Hours Of Juice" techcrunch.com.
"In a small lab, near
a lake at the edge of West Berkeley, sits the prototype of what
could revolutionize battery power as we know it. The secret to
this power? Algae.
OK, just hang with me here.
Lots of research has already been done on algae's possible power
capabilities. Prototype creator Adam Freeman says this new kind
of battery, the one he's working on, could power even a Tesla.
And he says it could do it 200X greater than the current lithium-based
battery used today.
He's created a research company
called al GAS that aims to prove just that.
Freeman says the algae battery
also charges faster and lasts longer than current ion batteries
used in, say, your cell phone, iPad or a Tesla. As Freeman explains,
paper-thin fibers in algae provide an easier surface for ions
to get through, resulting in a charge in as little as 11 seconds,
not minutes or hours."
"Berkeley Lab Study Highlights Growing
Energy Impact of Internet Video Streaming" einnews.com.
"How much CO2 was emitted
when you streamed that movie from Netflix last night? It's a question
few people think about, but now researchers at Lawrence Berkeley
National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have analyzed the energy usage
of home movie viewing. They found that transmitting the bytes
across the Internet accounts for the bulk of energy usage and
emissions when streaming videos.
In 2011, the year that they
studied, Americans streamed 3.2 billion hours of video, which
consumed 25 petajoules of energy (enough to power about 175,000
U.S. households for one year) and emitted 1.3 billion kilograms
of CO2. More than half of the energy usage went to data transmission,
according to the study by Arman Shehabi of Berkeley Lab and Ben
Walker and Eric Masanet of Northwestern University. Their study,
'The energy and greenhouse-gas implications of internet video
streaming in the United States,' was published online recently
in Environmental Research Letters."
"But I think about the Demon Lover . .
. all the time."
Afsaneh Dance Academy Persian Dance Class Beginning/Intermediate
Level Taught by Hannah Romanowsky, Principal Dancer with Ballet
Explore the beauty of Persian
dance and music while building a foundation for movement of all
types. $16 Drop ins Welcome All levels welcome. Complete
beginners will be warmly welcomed, and experienced dancers will
have a chance to solidify and review basics of musicality and
develop a personal style.
Ongoing class Monday
evenings 7 8:30pm at 8th Street Dance Studios. 2525 8th
St, Berkeley CA 94710
"Berkeley Judaica Store Now Serving Sushi"
"Afikomen Judaica in
Berkeley, CA has started selling fresh kosher sushi on Thursday
and Friday made by L'Chaim Sushi of San Francisco, kosher
certified by Vaad Hakashrus of Northern California. "
"Colors, the Blue and
"One of the best color optical illusions
I have ever seen" Bob
"Printed guns 'bigger danger to user" independent.co.uk.
"The first widely distributed
3D-printed gun poses more danger to the shooter than their intended
victim, according to tests by Britain's leading forensics unit
dealing with gun crime.
The gun known as the
Liberator and developed by a US libertarian group has suffered
failures ranging from the minor to the 'catastrophic' during a
dozen test firings by UK experts. In only a few of the tests would
the 'victim' have been killed. "
"Tobacco Gets a Makeover as New Source
for Biofuel" science.kqed.org.
"Peggy Lemaux, a University
of California-Berkeley biologist, has engineered tobacco plants
so they produce oil for biofuel directly in their leaves. Photo
courtesy University of California-Berkeley
Tobacco is about to get a
facelift. As a key ingredient in cigarettes, the plant contributes
to gum disease, emphysema and cancer. This has led to a decline
in cigarette sales and tobacco production in the United States
over the past 25 years. But one research team thinks tobacco could
provide a societal benefit by becoming a new source for biofuel."
Botanical Garden readies for rare, spectacular Puya raimondii
flowering" Kathleen Maclay, UC Media Relations.
"If you're on the lookout
for a special experience, the UC Botanical Garden has just the
ticket. Its endangered Puya raimondii, a flowering plant not-so-modestly
known as the Queen of the Andes, is in the process of producing
a giant bloom that could shoot 30 feet high and feature up to
30,000 flowers. Its dramatic life cycle change happens in the
wild only every 80 to 100 years."
"Target to test downsized store near University
of Minnesota" Steve
Alexander, Star Tribune.
"Guess who's coming
to Dinkytown: A small, experimental TargetExpress store will be
a new attempt to compete in urban areas."
"Advanced Narrative Writing" journalism.berkeley.edu.
"News is news: 'Top
Cop to Wed Mobster Moll,' 'U.S., Canada Declare War,' 'J-School
Lecturer Nabbed in Embezzlement Scam.' A reader will read to the
end of such a story no matter how badly it's written. But how
do you attract the attention of a busy, distracted reader to a
story that doesn't contain such a revelation? That's the art of
narrative writing. It's an art which requires not only accurate,
conscientious reporting, but carefully thinking out your storytelling
strategy. Good storytelling is the foundation of catching people's
attention in film, radio, TV and other media as well, but in this
course we will work with the older medium of the written word.
If you want your readers
to stay with you for a newspaper feature story or a full-length
magazine piece, you have to learn what good storytellers have
been doing for thousands of years to make people sit up and listen."
Mystery Hunt returns" dailycal.org.
"If spending 12 consecutive
hours solving puzzles and running all over the UC Berkeley campus
sounds like fun to you, look no further - the Berkeley Mystery
Hunt is the perfect event for you. Returning to the campus on
July 12, the Berkeley Mystery Hunt is back for its fourth year. "
Arborists at UC Berkeley Campus" 510families.com.
"Join myself and local
arborist, Matthew Hughes, as we scout out trees in order of the
alphabet - we have one for every letter! The tour is 4 sessions
long to get all the trees. Registered kids will get a sketchbook
to mark impressions, make observational drawings, do crayon rubbings,
etc. Each page has an illustration of each tree and it's name/letter.
I will facilitate the group's embodied experience at each stop."
Wasp bores into fruit with metallic 'drill bit' " sciencerecorder.com.
"To lay her eggs, the
female parasitic fig wasp has to pierce the tough skin of unripe
Dancing at the Starry Plough" villagecraft.org.
"Come and join us every
Monday night at the Starry Plough Pub for a traditional Irish
Dance and Music Session. Ceili dancers shall be accompanied by
musicians with fiddles, flutes, and dulcimers! The lesson will
be hosted by John Slaymaker.
Drop ins welcome!
7pm Dance Lessons
9pm Open Dancing til midnight!
$5 donation is suggested (no one turned away for lack of funds)
Monday Jun 9 8:00pm
3101 Shattuck AvenueSouth BerkeleyBerkeley"
Moveable Feast . A restaurant tour focused on locally sourced
food showcases the culinary highlights of downtown Berkeley"
Zaineb Mohammed, eastbayexpress.com.
"When Marissa LaMagna
moved to Berkeley about fifteen years ago, she noticed a lot of
empty storefronts in the downtown area. Slowly, she saw the area
revitalize. 'I watched this resurgence of downtown becoming an
epicurean epicenter,' she said.
Having worked on farms in
Vermont and Ohio when she was in her twenties, LaMagna had been
a longtime advocate for the farm-to-table movement and was inspired
by restaurants like Gather, whose owners are committed to locally
sourcing their food. In 2008, she founded Bay Area Green Tours,
which focuses on local green businesses, and collaborated with
Gather's owners on hosting a breakfast at their restaurant, followed
by tours of farms from which the food came. In 2011, following
the opening of more sustainability focused restaurants, LaMagna
decided to start a small restaurant tour called the Moveable Feast,
in which attendees could sample food at a few restaurants while
talking with the chefs and learning about where their food comes
The next tour, organized
to coincide with the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies
conference (of which the Express is a sponsor), will take place
on Tuesday, June 10."
"Cal finds little company in push to cut
"The University of California-Berkeley's
dramatic, sustained decrease in its subsidization of its athletics
program during a recent three-year period may well be replicable
by other NCAA Division I schools.
But none has done it.
According to Cal athletics
director Sandy Barbour and the campus' vice chancellor for administration
and finance, John Wilton, none has even asked Cal officials how
they did it."
"Chef Jeremiah Tower finds third act in
Mexico" by Michael
"Jeremiah Tower plunged
through the seafood aisles of this city's central covered market,
wrinkling his nose at a pile of limp grey sharks before his gaze
landed on a pair of plump and glistening freshly caught octopus.
The man who once ran two
of America's most famous kitchens popped his first purchase into
a monogrammed tote bag, then moved on to find the rest of lunch
- bright orange chilies, brown beans, radishes, black blood sausage
and a thick slab of Yucatecan pork belly fried crisp in its own
Finally, he ate a late breakfast
of cochinita pibil - the famous shredded pork slow-roasted in
orange juice - and tender chunks of suckling pig topped with crackling
pieces of fried skin'
'I'm 100 percent satisfied
and it cost me $3,' he declared. Making food like this is 'all
I ever tried to do," he said.
Tower made his name during
the '70s at Alice Waters' Chez Panisse, the famed Berkeley, California,
restaurant that helped spawn a fresh-local renaissance in American
cooking. He later became one of the first modern celebrity chefs
at Stars, a San Francisco brasserie he says grossed $9 million
a year serving cornmeal blinis and truffled lobster to Luciano
Pavarotti, Barbra Streisand and other luminaries of '80s and '90s.
Now Tower's third act is
underway in the capital of Yucatan, the tropical Gulf Coast state
whose richly spiced, fat-laden and pork-heavy Mayan cuisine has
produced what Tower calls a handful of world-class dishes. It's
a very different life."
for Profit, and Greater Good" nytimes.com.
Jason Aramburu examining
a sensor he developed that monitors the condition of soil in gardens.
"A lemon tree springs from the soil in Jason Aramburu's backyard
in Berkeley, Calif., alongside rose bushes, birds of paradise,
strawberry plants and squash blossoms. The garden is thriving,
but its upkeep requires almost no effort from Mr. Aramburu. Instead,
a foot-high soil sensor does much of the work."
"UC Berkeley offers open online course
on the science of happiness", Angel
Grace Jennings, dailycal.org.
"Online course development may cost more than traditional
classes, study finds Newsom lauds online courses at TechCrunch
convention School of Information announces new online graduate
Students around the world
will soon be able to study the intricacies behind turning frowns
upside down in a new online course to be offered by UC Berkeley
The online course, called
'The Science of Happiness,' will focus on theories of positive
psychology and aim to provide practical lessons for enrolled students.
With more than 45,000 students already enrolled, it is included
in UC Berkeley's top five most popular massive open online
courses, or MOOCs, which are open to anyone with Internet access
around the world and offered through the nonprofit online initiative
West Berkeley's Ryan Bethencourt of Berkeley Biolabs
has been selected to
run the Life Sciences Competition for the X-Prize bringing
more action to our West Berkeley Aquatic Park Community.
This is a BIG DEAL!
Berkeley " berkeleystartupcluster.com.
"Dinner with Melanie
Nutter, June 12, 2014 6:30 pm.
At this monthly dinner, we gather thought leaders and change makers
to share ideas about Bay Area innovation and eat delicious, local
cuisine. Innovate Berkeley is co-sponsored by Impact Hub
Berkeley, the City of Berkeley Office of Economic Development,
the Berkeley Startup Cluster, and the Urban Innovation Exchange.
This month our guest is Melanie
Nutter, former Director of the San Francisco Department of
Environment. Nutter led the Department which helps San Franciscans
take an active role in protecting the urban environment, conducts
outreach on sustainable practices, and runs programs promoting
zero waste, green building, climate and energy, toxics reduction
and clean transportation. Now she has launched Nutter Consulting
which provides sustainability strategy development for cities,
foundations and companies. "
Energy Breakthrough Could Drop Consumer Price" nasdaq.com.
"You can put a solar panel on the roof of your house, but
it won't be efficient unless you're willing to pay more. But a
researcher at the University of California at Berkeley says that
may be a thing of the past.
Ali Javey, a Berkeley professor
of electrical engineering and computer sciences, reports finding
a far less expensive way to make more powerful semiconductors,
which reduces the cost of high-efficiency solar cells, perhaps
to the cost level of conventional solar cells."
"West Berkeley residents complain of 'toxic
fumes' " Melissa
"West Berkeley residents
are once again demanding more city action on complaints of emissions
from a nearby asphalt plant, following a decades-long struggle
between Berkeley industry and its residential neighbors.
Residents of the Oceanview
neighborhood and surrounding area held a press conference Monday
in front of City Hall, where they announced their submission of
a Public Records Act request asking for proof of whether the city
has taken action to mitigate impacts of the Berkeley asphalt plant,
which is owned by Lehigh Hanson. Specifically, residents
have asked for records regarding a 1999 settlement agreement which
ordered the city to monitor efforts by the company to reduce noise,
odors and other alleged nuisances.
Some improvement occurred
after the settlement, but problems have picked up again in the
last five years, according to Terry Terteling, who has lived in
the area for more than 30 years. At the press conference,
residents complained of 'toxic fumes' from the plant."
"Berkeley mayor suggests
regional minimum wage plan to Oakland, East Bay leaders"
"Campaigns by fast
food workers, Walmart employees and unions appear
to be having an effect, as cities across the country scramble
to raise local minimum wages. Seattle just jumped out
front, with a $15.00 minimum wage; San Francisco may
join in, if a measure to raise that city's minimum wage from $10.74
to $15.00 makes it to the November ballot. The City of Richmond recently
voted to raise its minimum to $12.30.
Oakland may soon be matched
by Berkeley, which is considering a law linking its minimum wage
to the rate in the Oakland ballot measure. Unlike Oakland, Berkeley
would phase in its increase and allow some exemptions. By October
1, 2016, the Berkeley wage would rise to $12.53 to match Oakland's
rate, after cost of living increases.
Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates
has called for an East Bay regional minimum wage, an idea endorsed
by business owners at a recent Oakland Chamber of Commerce breakfast
on the topic. Bates has reached out to officials in cities around
the East Bay, including Oakland, suggesting this approach."
"2 Hurt In Berkeley Shooting"
"Berkeley police are
investigating a shooting in the area of Russell and California
streets Wednesday afternoon that left two people injured.
Police were called to the
area yesterday just after 4:30 p.m. when multiple 911 callers
reported gunshots, according to police Officer Jennifer Coats.
Responding officers were told of one victim, and located a second
at the scene, Coats said.
One victim is a 21-year-old
male, the second a male, possibly around 18 years old, Coats said.
Both were taken to a local
hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
No arrests have been made
and no suspect information was made available."
"Vinyl gets its groove back: Record sales
tripled since 2008" cbsnews.com.
" In the era of
iTunes and streaming apps, vinyl records are making a triumphant
return. Anthony Mason reports on how the unique sound is coming
Khachaturian, Aram. Gayne
Ballet Suite. Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilyich. Romeo
and Juliet; Fantasy Overture (c1880). London Symphony.
Antal Dorati, conductor. Wilma Cozart, recording director. C.R.
Fine, recording engineer. Harold Lawrence, music supervisor. George
Piros, tape-to-disc transfer. Mercury Living Presence SR 90209
(c1961). Codes: SR-90209A-RFR-1 P17 / SR-90209B-RFR-2 P13. 1st
Label. New Disq Graded 93/94. Inner Sleeve 98. Cover 98. Please
write for the price of this record. (1a)(2a)(3b)(4a)(4e)(4g)(4p)(5b).
For this record Maestro gives us lyrical, rolling performances-yet
ones that are filled with taught energy. Side-one is mostly rollicking,
frolicking good fun, but side-two is filled with pathos and bitter-sweet
beauty. This record is sleeved in the original issue jacket which
is one of Mercury's most stunning covers and the disq was manufactured
to the highest standards at Mercury's own facility. Altogether
this is a very collectible production. (Despite the fact that
these works were recorded in two different halls a year apart,
the sonic images are remarkably alike. Wembley Town Hall, the
setting for the Gayne sessions on June 15, 1960, resembles Watford
Town Hall [where Romeo and Juliet was recorded on June 20, 1959]
in size and acoustical properties. Along with Walthamstow Town
Hall, these halls were regarded by the Mercury team as the finest
recording halls in Greater London.) H.L. Ex Ronald
"Pyramid Brewery Beer Bingo" funcheap.com.
"Come by Pyramid Brewery
in Berkeley on the first Monday of the month to drink beer, play
bingo and win prizes.
It's free to play, but it is first come, first serve, so grab
your friends and get there early to get a seat and a bingo board.
Monday, August 4, 2014 -
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, FREE
Pyramid Alehouse, Berkeley, 901 Gilman Street, Berkeley, CA"
Scorsese Presents" msz.gov.pl.
"Martin Scorsese Presents
'Masterpieces of Polish Cinema' at the UC Berkeley Art Museum
and Pacific Film Archive - from June 14th till August 21st, 2014
Screenings to be held at
PFA Theater, 2575 Bancroft Way, Between College and Telegraph,
Berkeley, CA 94720."
"The Future Of Robotics by Nick Yang, China's Iconic Angel
"Nick Yang, President of YAILA (Young Angel Investor Leader's
Association, graduated from Stanford with a master's degree in
electrical engineering, and became the youngest Chinese CEO of
a NASDAQ listed company. This Sunday, Mr. Yang will share his
vision of robotics with insightful entrepreneurs and engineers:
Why everyone will absolutely embrace robots like they embrace
mobile internet now. Attendants will also have the opportunities
to communicate with Mr. Yang regarding their own entrepreneurial
Sunday, June 15, 2014, 4:00
PM to 5:30 PM, Room 221, Stanley Hall, UC Berkeley, Berkeley,
author captures the identity crisis many immigrants face"
"Kathryn Ma's debut novel captures the confusion many immigrant
adoptees face. In 'The Year She Left Us,' an 18-year-old Chinese
girl, adopted into a Chinese American family, struggles to understand
'Ari is adopted as a Chinese orphan into a Chinese American family,'
says Ma. 'People tell her, "Oh, you're lucky! You've been
adopted into a Chinese American family, so it should be easier
for you.' '' But she doesn't feel lucky. She's very confused,
in fact, about her identity and how she should feel about her
origins as a child left by her birth parents."
"Hayward man arrested for shooting that
injured two in South Berkeley"
"A 21-year-old man was arrested Wednesday in connection with
a shooting that afternoon in a South Berkeley neighborhood that
injured two men, a police spokeswoman said.
The shooting was reported
at about 4:30 p.m. near the corner of Russell and California streets,
police spokeswoman Officer Jennifer Coats said.
Officers arriving found a 21-year-old man and an 18-year-old man
suffering from gunshot wounds. They were taken to a hospital and
are expected to survive their injuries, Coats said.
Police later arrested Charles
Wood, 21, of Hayward. Coats said that investigators are still
determining his exact involvement in the shooting.
Police are actively looking
for other suspects but Coats could not provide any descriptions. "
a regular reader emails
Here is a great story about
a young family friend who's raising money for a worthy cause,
KhodeUp. We've known Ming and her family for eleven years, since
she and my son were in Kindergarten at Jefferson together.
Ming's project is extraordinary,
especially in its focus on helping others help themselves... and
any support any of your like-minded readers can give to this local
effort can be made through
KhodeUp aims to empower Cambodian
teens by providing computer science education, laptops, and improving
the Internet connection.
Cal Day has already passed
this year--it was April 12th--but this compact 36 second video
captures Cal well. Check
a message from our Founder
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In the 12 years of our existence we have financed our site totally
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Currently our site receives
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Outlet up for sale for more than $1 billion: sources" Mike
Stone and Soyoung Kim, reuters.com.
chain Grocery Outlet is exploring a sale that is expected to value
the bargain retailer at more than $1 billion, according to people
familiar with the matter.
Grocery Outlet's private-equity
owner, Berkshire Partners LLC, has hired Barclays and Goldman
Sachs to run a sale process for the Berkeley, California-based
food market chain, the people said on Monday.
Grocery Outlet bets on U.S.
consumer frugality in lean economic times, offering about half
off traditional supermarket prices by selling manufacturers' excess
All the people asked not
to be named because the matter is not public. Representatives
for Grocery Outlet and Goldman Sachs did not immediately respond
to requests for comment. Berkshire Partners and Barclays declined
In a bit over the top,Terry
Terteling writes in letter to the Daily Cal editor"Residents
of West Berkeley still fuming over services.
The shallowness of the recent
news article describing the conflict between neighborhood residents
and the massive Lehigh Hanson Asphalt Plant in West Berkeley was
deeply disappointing. A few quotes from opposing sides, mixed
with the self-serving platitudes from local politicians, did not
result in a meaningful story.
The article totally avoids a simple basic truth at the heart of
this matter - perhaps because that truth threatens our city's
self-righteous air of superiority as we continually congratulate
ourselves for being at the forefront of the 'Green Revolution.'
The truth is that Berkeley has a dirty little secret. We believe
that for more than 50 years, our city's powerful elite in their
Downtown lairs have knowingly allowed two huge industrial sites
to destroy the health and quality of life of thousands of people.
The toxic emissions that
spew from Pacific Steel and Berkeley Asphalt are significant and
well-documented, as are the blatant failures of California's Air
Resources Board to control them. The haze of chemical-laden dust
and fumes that spreads over the homes and workplaces of thousands
of people in Berkeley, Albany, El Cerrito and beyond causes untold
hardship and suffering, but we are told this travesty must be
tolerated because - in the words of West Berkeley Councilmember
Linda Maio - these companies provide 'vital services.' Exactly
what 'vital services' beyond the hefty tax contributions to the
city's bottomless coffers and election-time handouts from powerful
unions can possibly justify this devil's bargain?
Yours in struggle,
from our log
6/6/14--210 PM--dry dirty
air in warehouse front room, hacking cough. Similar all AM and
PM at regular intervals. 5:23 PM---dry dirty air in front of warehouse.
5:29 PM--similar in warehouse front room. 9:36 PM--dry dirty air
in warehouse front room, hacking cough. 9:56 PM--similar. 10:14
PM--similar. 10:30 PM--similar with SERIOUS hacking cough. 10:47
PM--similar. 10:54 PM--Marsha similar
SERIOUS hacking cough. 4:00 AM--Marsha similar. 11:16 AM--similar.
11:23 AM--Marsha similar. All told, worst in recent memory! 4:10
PM--similar. Marsha similar with dry mouth, cracked lips, watery
eyes. 4:37 PM--dry dirty air in wareh ouse front room, hacking
cough. 7:05 PM--dry dirty air in front of warehouse with "hot
plastic" odor. 10:01 PM--VERY SERIOUS dry dirty air in front
dry dirty air in warehouse front room, hacking cough. 7:58 AM--similar.
8:04 AM--warehouse work area not habitable. 5:15 PM--dry dirty
air in warehouse front room, hacking cough.
24/7 dry dirty air at regular
6/11/14--1:40 PM--dry dirty
air in front of warehouse and in warehouse front room, wear respirator.
2:33 PM--similar. 2:54 PM--similar burning. 3:03 PM--similar burning
SERIOUS. 5:45 PM--similar. 6:00 PM--similar.
dry dirty air in front of warehouse and in warehouse front room,
overrides HEPA filters, wear respirator.8:32 PM--similar. ~9:15
PM to ~10:00PM--similar, intermitted, irregular.
6/13/14--5:40 AM to 5:50
AM--HEAVY dry dirty air in warehouse front room, overrides HEPA
filters, hacking cough, Marsha similar, wear respirator.
dirty air in warehouse front room, overrides HEPA filters, hacking
cough. Only apparent immediately surrounding activity, worker
Tom Adams at neighboring manufacture, Adams and Chittenden Scientific
Glass. 4:20 PM--similar. 7:00PM--similar. 10:00 PM--VERY HEAVY
dry dirty air, overides HEPA filters, SERIOUS hacking cough,wear
respirator. 10:30 PM--same. 10:45 PM--similar.
The "dry air" humidity
during these incidents is often in the 30s, dropping from the
6/15/14--5:50 AM--dry dirty
air in front of warehouse and in warehouse front, overrides HEPA
filters, wear respirator. 1:-07 PM--dry dirty air in warehouse
front room, overrides HEPA filters, hacking cough, humidity dropped
from mid 50s to low 40s. 5:00 PM--similar. Late afternoon--off-and-on.
6:00 PM--similar. 9:54 PM--dry dirty air in warehouse front room,
overrides HEPA filters, hacking cough. 10:00 PM--similar. 10:15
PM--similar. 10:50 PM--similar. 11:15 PM--similar.
2:35 AM--similar. 3:30 AM--similar. 5:30 AM--similar. 8:50 AM--similar.
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This very hip site was in an email from reader and contributor,
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Our City of Berkeley Boards
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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 email@example.com
City Councilman firstname.lastname@example.org
AND check out BPD feature
are these Suspects."