"[We] create gourmet food using fresh local ingredients, serve it in a modest setting, and charge reasonable prices so everyone can enjoy slow food."


Reader Meridith Lear told me about SLOW, a favorite of hers, last year. Last week, Bob Kubik mentioned that it was a favorite of Carol and his. Bob specially likes the sandwiches--original, delicious and a good value--and

the rose garden.


Sarah Henry has reviewed 900 GRAYSON for Bourgeois Side. Hopefully it will appear this week.



The LEGO Robots are defintely worth a look!

Not your Grandpa's Lincoln Logs*.

*The name of a children's toy consisting of notched miniature logs, used to build miniature forts and buildings. They were invented by John Lloyd Wright, son of the architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

Lincoln Logs were inducted into the US National Toy Hall of Fame in 1999.


When I was a kid working a Summer at Adleman's Laundry in Milwaukee, Frank Lloyd Wright came thru the laundry-lobby where I was sorting dirty clothes. Arriving in a chauffer-driven, black Mark VII Jaguar sedan and wearing his pork-pie hat, he was repectfully met on the driveway by one of the Adelmans and carefully escorted to the office area. Frank Lloyd Wright had designed the owner, Ollie Adelman's home and had been approached, unsuccessfully, to design the laundry. On touring the hot, sweaty laundry that Summer day he remarked to WD*, who was working in the back "If my design had been accepted you'd be working in a cool, open area."


* WD






"Five challengers running to unseat Mayor Tom Bates" by Dylan Tokar, mercurynews.com.

"Election season is under way with five candidates competing to unseat Mayor Tom Bates, who has held the position since 2002.

The three-time incumbent last won in 2008 with 60.9 percent of the vote and has a formidable record of public service, but some critics are saying it's time to add some fresh blood to the city's highest office.

Running against Bates is Kahlil Jacobs-Fantauzzi, Jacquelyn McCormick, Zachary RunningWolf, Bernt Wahl, and current city councilmember Kriss Worthington."


Would have loved to hear our city council's discussion before recommending Bi Pride Day this election season. "I know it doesn't have the voter base that a Berkeley Auto-Sexual Pride Day would have, . . . BUT . . ."








" Women Seen Unfit for Football as Men Run 97% of College Sports" Curtis Eichelberger at bloombergnews.com.

















Marsha, Pumpkin Person

at Orchard's









Radical sociologist David Harvey asks" if it is time to look beyond capitalism, towards a new social order that would allow us to live within a system that could be responsible", in an illustrated video lecture "Crisis of Capitalism."

Though Karl would approve

would Groucho simply be amused?


Oh, jeez?

Harvey has an internet lecture course, "Reading Marx's Capital with David Harvey :A close reading of the text of Karl Marx's Capital."








"How much money does a dentist earn?" at wikianswers.com.

"According to Salary List, the average is about $106K, ranging from $800-$40K also.

According to the American Dental Association, the average general dentist made 185,000 in 2004, the average dental specialist made 315,000. The average hygienist made 62000 in 2004. So in reality dentist make about 3 times what hygienists make. [I am a practicing dentist with 20 years experience. These numbers are the most accurate that I have seen posted]

Dentists make about twice that of a dental hygienist. I am going to college right now for dental hygiene in mass and i know i can expect to leave school with a starting salary of about 30-35 an hour. that averages out to be 63,700 a year. So dentists average about 130,000 dollars a year or even more. It depends what type of dentistry they are involved in. Also, some get compensated through commission.

I am a practicing dentist. I made $410,000 last year and will improve on that slightly this year. I do some pro bono work, but not as much as I could. That will increase as my net worth does. My salary is certainly on the higher end of the bell curve. I have an associate dentist working for me and he is just finishing his first year in practice. He'll make approximately $145,000 this year. So, experience and stage of practice makes a big difference. "




"Professionals who have what it takes to be a high school principal can earn a respectable salary. According to the National Association of Secondary School Principals, the average high school principal salary in 2006 was $92,965." at dynastyeducation.com.













"See how well your school district pays its teachers, superintendent" Phillip Reese at sacbee.com.

"The average teacher salary last year was $67,871, a decrease of 0.1 percent from 2010, according to new state figures. The average superintendent salary last year was roughly $159,000, also essentially flat from 2010. While average pay remained constant, districts slashed personnel. Combined teacher payroll for all districts fell by about $1 billion, or 5 percent. Teacher pay varies widely by district."

You can seach for your district on this site.










"U Street Ranks Amongst 'Great Places in America' " at dcist.com.

"What does U Street have in common with Berkeley, California * and the Milwaukee Riverwalk**? It has a place on the American Planning Association's Great Places in America list, which tallies up the 30 best neighborhoods, streets and public spaces in the U.S."

*Northbrea, Berkeley, California

"Nestled in the rolling foothills amidst outcroppings of volcanic rock, Northbrae stands out for its spectacular vistas of San Francisco Bay, environmentally sensitive design, connections to a unique network of 136 paths and steps crisscrossing Berkeley, and two nearby commercial areas for shopping and entertainment. Built on land used for grazing cattle, Northbrae was developed by Duncan McDuffie, who envisioned a park-like neighborhood of single-family houses nestled on lots facing tree-lined streets."

**Milwaukee RiverWalk , Milwaukee, Wisconsin

"Milwaukee RiverWalk was planned as a down-to-earth public space where residents could take peaceful walks, dine outdoors, and access the river for fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. It has been more successful than anyone involved with the unique public-private initiative ever imagined. Construction of the $35 million pedestrian-only walkway, which has one of the most innovative bridges found anywhere, increased the value of adjoining property by more than $500 million. Removal of a dam at the northern end of the walkway, a cleanup of river pollution, and wastewater treatment improvements have enhanced water quality and helped restore fisheries to the river. 




















" Whole Foods Pulls Out of University Village Project" at albanypatch.com.

"Whole Foods announced Friday that it has terminated its lease agreement with the University of California for a project at University Village."





"Japanese Collectors Face a Record Shortage of Obscure Musi;Buyers Compete for LPs Considered Passé, or Worse, in U.S." Neil Shah at wsj.com.

"Japanese record-shop owners head to a San Francisco LP fair to find music that may be considered passe' in the U.S., but is highly sought in Japan. Paula Abdul, Debbie Gibson, and Spandau Ballet are some of the artists who vinyl and CD collectors are looking for.

Before dawn on a recent Sunday, Dan Oppermann stormed into a record fair, escorting an older Japanese man who had flown from Tokyo on a mission: to buy 5,000 records in one week.

'It's getting tougher,' said Mr. Oppermann, 65 years old, a retired government worker. 'Everyone is really hustling, trying to find new connections, new sources.'





Margret and Family

on their way to Tomate, Saturday afternoon










"The Minds that Listen" by Rohin Dharmakumar at forbersindia.com.

"For purists, the latest audio technology isn't necessarily the best. They often go to great lengths to experience the perfect sound
How do you describe a hardcore audiophile? A wee bit obsessive? Barking mad men (they tend to be men) with money and time to burn? Depends on where you're looking from. They will admit themselves to being manic in their perpetual quest for ever purer sound. . . .

Ferzaan Engineer"


Ferzaan is an old friend. I knew him when he was doing graduate work back east and after, when he was teaching in the Dakotas. "They are very nice people" he said "but it's very flat and very cold."

Later, when Ferzaan, then an executive, visited Bayer on business he would always plan a day with me for browsing and lunch. In fact, we were one of Sea Salt's first lunch customers.

Fezaan was a savvy trader and since he traveled the world over on business, would have the most gorgeous trade material. "I got these in Paris in a little jazz shop " he once said of rare jazz records that he offered for trade.

Before one trip here to speak at a conference, his colleagues read my Scrambled Eggs and found in addition to his business and scientific expertise, he loved old records and fine music. They included that in his introduction.




Journal of Recorded Music


Great beauty sometimes resides in the familiar, as everyone knows, and even more so in the long forgotten, in things once-loved but now displaced. We have the habit of dismissal, the tendency to sweep away the old and familiar when distracted by the new, only to find ourselves taken as if for the first time when the tides bring these things back to us as flotsam, now to be re-seen, re-read, re-heard with the bemused kind of attention we pay when wondering what all the fuss was about.

Looking at reproductions of daguerreotypes in books, the way we usually see them and come to be familiar with them, we typically lose interest in the frozen faces and attitudes once we realize that the technical circumstances enforced an unnatural discipline upon the moment of the pictures' creation, the slow exposure requiring a long-held stillness of the subjects when animate, landscape and cityscape beyond the reach of the medium, for the reason that the light tended not to cooperate in the charade as readily as did people.

But when we see the real things, perhaps encountered by chance in a museum, we often sense another dimension, the silvery ground setting off the lightly-etched lines with a kind of rich austerity, the passing illusion of depth and even movement coming over the still images as if from the hand of a ghostly puppeteer, the long-gone light still quivering in the eye.

Some old records can be this way. The sounds of Jazz recorded long ago on 78s, for example, dismissed finally as great playing imperfectly reproduced, forced by the early technology into bottles too small to hold all the bass and treble, forced by the short sides to be only so long, sometimes come back to us, perhaps in early dubs to LP, with an immediacy and warmth we had forgotten or never noticed, indeed with qualities we had come to miss in the more accommodating products of our own time.

In Classical music too, the sound of Schnabel's piano or Lehmann's voice can come to us with a weight and a purity that seem to carry forward the artists' intentions with full authority and coherence. Listening again, we often sense an unmediated directness in these recordings long gone from our own modern things, a feeling of still-intact reality that transcends noise levels and limitations of frequency response.

Maybe it is only the increased distance from our time that makes these old sounds seem all the more striking and miraculous. Or maybe it is just that the sounds that ended up in the grooves were the right ones, the best ones, so that what we hear is the better for being distilled, and seems to improve with age.



















September is Hispanic Heritage Month

the mural

on Mia Tierra Foods' south wall

Mia Tierra Foods, 2082 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley CA, 510-540-8946






A well informed person who has been involved with the West Berkeley Project from the beginning believes that its cost to the city has reached hundreds-of-thousands-of-dollars in treasure and resources. This in a time of decreasing city income, and the cutting back of city worker salaries, wages and pensions.

Now the Planning Commission is holding meetings about the "community benefits" that would derive from Master Use Permits. But, the master use permit issue has been placed on the November ballot so the current discussion of benefits is academic. There are no community benefits at the moment and yet Commissioners meet with the Planning staff in discussions with the Community--the usual suspects--about issues that may never be. At the same time, our city workers are being asked to make sacrifices and cutbacks in their contract negotiations with city hall.

Am I missing something here?



"The Tr!ckster Pop-Up Shop Puts Down Roots In Berkeley, California" at bleedingcool.com.

"It's been a central location for the last two San Diego Comic Cons. But now the pop-up Tr!ckstercomic book store-and-bar-and-studio-and-lecture-space is going permanent, and moving into Berkeley, California from next month.

A thousand square foot space will contain both a gallery and a shop, with plans to host art shows, signings and live art events, as well as small workshops, all year long.

The store will be run by Tr!ckster co-founder Anita Coulter, and will focus on selling creator-owned comic book work.
Tr!ckster regular, Steve Niles, will be featured in just such an event on October 13th.

The store will be on 2631 Ashby Avenue."




"California online voter registration system could increase student voter turnout" at dailycal.org.



"Collaboration between students, California Indian nation culminates in development of new houses" Ally Rondini, dailycal.org.

"An engineering class on campus designed houses which are being built for the Native American tribe called the Pinoleville Pomo Nation."








"Georgia Chopsticks Finds A New Market In China" Rachel Z. Arndt at fastcompany.com.

"A Korean man made a pair of chopsticks in Georgia and sent them to China--it sounds vaguely like the very specific beginnings of a weird joke. But it's actually the story of Jae Lee, founder and owner of Georgia Chopsticks, who shows that it's not always what you make that counts as innovation but how you make it and whom you sell it to.

Lee spotted the potential for a huge new market when he learned that China doesn't harvest enough domestic wood to produce the billions of pairs of disposable chopsticks used there each year.

Korean-born Lee founded the company, which he says is the only chopsticks manufacturer in the U.S., in 2010. It has brought 47 much-needed new jobs to Americus, and it now sends more than 80 million pairs of chopsticks--made of locally abundant poplar--to China every month. 'Last year, we had the same price as Chinese- produced chopsticks,/ Lee says, 'but right now, we're about 20% lower."















"California enacts new homeowner protection laws" is an AP report.

"Authorities will have more time and tools to investigate mortgage fraud under legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.

He announced Tuesday that he signed SB1474 by Sen. Loni Hancock of Berkeley. The bill lets the state attorney general's office convene a statewide grand jury to investigate financial crimes involving victims in multiple counties.

He also signed AB1950 by Assemblyman Mike Davis of Los Angeles, which gives prosecutors three years instead of the current one year to file charges in mortgage-related crimes.

A third bill, AB2610 by Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner of Berkeley, requires that new owners of foreclosed homes give tenants at least 90 days before starting eviction proceedings.

The bills, all by Democrats, were sought by Attorney General Kamala Harris as part of her Homeowners Bill of Rights package."



our BPD Area Coordinator, Cesar Melero emails

Lieutenant Dave Frankel of the Berkeley Police Department is the Area 4 Commander and he invites anyone who wishes to have coffee with him to join him at: Homemade Cafe, 2454 Sacramento Street, Wednesday, October 3, 2012, from 2 to 3pm.








"China says first aircraft carrier entering service" Christopher Bodeen, Associated Press at sfgate.com.

"China formally entered its first aircraft carrier into service on Tuesday, underscoring its ambitions to be a leading Asian naval power, although the ship is not expected to carry a full complement of planes or be ready for combat for some time".

















Tak Nakamoto emails

At around 9 pm last night (Wednesday), I was walking on 8 th Street between Parker and Carleton when I saw a person using a gas powered grinder to cut up metal on the east side of the street next to the gigantic debris container parked there. The person was working in the dark. He was illuminated by the sparks coming off his cutting wheel. He looked like he had gotten there by bicycle. I couldn't see what he was cutting.

It was out of place and very weird. I called the non-emergency police dispatch number to report what I was seeing. The dispatcher wasn't much interested. I don't know if t



"I don't think so!" 

emails a city worker of my 9/25/12 post

"A well informed person who has been involved with the West Berkeley Project from the beginning believes that its cost to the city has reached hundreds-of-thousands-of-dollars in treasure and resources. This in a time of decreasing city income, and the cutting back of city worker salaries, wages and pensions.

Now the Planning Commission is holding meetings about the 'community benefits' that would derive from Master Use Permits. But, the master use permit issue has been placed on the November ballot so the current discussion of benefits is academic. There are no community benefits at the moment and yet Commissioners meet with the Planning staff in discussions with the Community--the usual suspects--about issues that may never be. At the same time, our city workers are being asked to make sacrifices and cutbacks in their contract negotiations with city hall.

Am I missing something here?"




What do Californai bus drivers earn? What do Oakland bus drivers earn?

"Garbage Man" salary for California is from $29899 to $44848 and the starting range is from $24623 to $36934.




"California legislators call for hearing on Richmond Chevron refinery fire" Robert Rogers at contracostatimes.com.

"Two East Bay legislators on Wednesday called for a state hearing on steps that government agencies are taking to prevent incidents like last month's massive fire at Chevron's local refinery.

'We've learned hard lessons from past events such as the San Bruno pipeline explosion, and it's clear from information that has emerged so far about this refinery fire that more needs to be done to protect public health and safety,' Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, said in a news release. 'As legislators, it's our responsibility to ensure that our regulations are working and that companies are in compliance.'

Added state Sen. Loni Hancock, also of Berkeley, 'This is an opportunity to determine whether additional legislation or other action is needed to ensure that public and worker health is protected in the region and throughout the state.'"



"Hummingbirds make flying backward look easy" at phys.org.

"Animals that move backwards usually require a lot of energy, so Nir Sapir from the University of California Berkeley, USA, was surprised when he realized that hummingbirds execute this maneuver routinely."








"Arborwell Professional Tree Management Collaborates on Berkeley Tree Inventory Project" at sacbee.com.

"Arborwell Professional Tree Management, California's leading commercial tree care company, is in the process of completing the GIS inventory of the City of Berkeley's public trees in collaboration with Berkeley's IT/GIS Department, the Department of Forestry, and CAL Fire."



"Tesla's Model S production behind schedule; company cuts revenue forecast and stock slides" Dana Hull at contracosta times.com.

"Hours after unveiling plans for a nationwide network of 'Superchargers,' Tesla Motors (TSLA) on Tuesday quietly cut its revenue forecast for 2012 and admitted that production of its all-electric Model S sedan is 'slower than we had earlier anticipated.'

Tesla also revealed plans to shore up its balance sheet and raise at least $128 million through the sale of an additional 4.3 million shares of stock, and to make changes to the terms of its $465 million loan from the U.S. Department of Energy."









our Swerve

loaded for Ed Roberts Campus* production

*The Ed Roberts Campus mission is to ensure that people with disabilities can live independently and without discrimination.Located at a fully accessible transit hub, the Ed Roberts Campus will be a national and international model dedicated to disability rights and universal access.The Ed Roberts Campus will commemorate the life and work of Edward V. Roberts, an early leader in the independent living movement of persons with disabilities. Ed believed in the strength of collaborative efforts: He called it "working toward our preferred future."



Swerve reception desk

for the Campus

Four groups of the Campus' seven will be furnished by Swerve. They are Center for Independent Living (CIL), Computer Technologies Program (CTP), Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program (BORP), and Center for Accessible Technology (C4AT).

Swerve's designs were accepted because their flexiblity will meet the needs of many different people.



















Gypsy wagon

now in ole friend/ole radical's backyard



"The Average Salary of a Mayor" at eHow.com.

A mayor's salary ranges between $37,860 and $90,217, according to PayScale November 2010 data. Bonuses can account for up to 10 percent of total pay, between $3,931 and $10,128. Almost three-quarters of all mayors enjoy health benefits -- the most popular being medical, followed by dental and vision."

Understand in Berkeley we have a strong city manager system.


Last I checked, a few weeks ago, our mayor forgoes his salary.




"UC Berkeley committed to Albany project" Damin Esper at contracostatimes.com.

"The city and UC Berkeley are trying to figure out their next move after Whole Foods Market pulled out as a tenant from the proposed University Village development last week.

The retail grocery chain cited delays to the project and said the terms of its lease with the University of California have not been met.
The decision, announced on Sept. 21, means there is no longer an anchor tenant for the project, which was finally approved by the City Council in July, only to have two lawsuits filed against it and a referendum petition circulated among Albany residents.
The decision to pull out of the project came four days after the referendum was certified."

It'd be a great location for a Berkeley Bowl.











Cows in Berkeley?

Actually, temporary guests in our very own Potter Creek.


















In the years during which the West -Berkeley Project was formed, I do not remember one time when the cost of the formation process to taxpayers was mentioned--not one. I do remember "community" meeting, after meeting, after meeting; staff meeting after meeting, after meeting; council-member meeting, after meeting; council meeting after meeting after meeting council member meeting after meeting. But never a discussion about cost.

From simplyhired.com.

The average salary for fedex driver jobs is $46,000. Average fedex driver salaries can vary greatly due to company, location, industry, experience and benefits. The average salary for fedex driver jobs in Berkeley, CA is $61,000.



Yesterday, 900 GRAYSON'S Chris and Anthony recommended two documentaries about the art and craft of food preparation, Kings of Pastry and Jiro Dreams of Sushi. These films are as much about a way of life as about food.




Nick Despotopoulos emails of Naim audio gear at his AVOPTIONS

I've bought Naim gear from Nick for years.


and Nick forwards the email

A New Page for TAS
I want to share some news with you regarding our Founder and Editor Emeritus, Harry Pearson, in advance of a public announcement. Unfortunately, Harry has faced major health challenges this year. While his cardiologist has recently given him a clean bill of health, Harry's life-changing heart surgery has prompted him to rethink how he wants to spend his time going forward. Consequently, it is my unhappy task to inform you that Harry Pearson has decided to resign from The Absolute Sound.

This is particularly saddening to me since HP has been my guiding light in this hobby since 1975. The fact is that HP inspired most of the TAS staff to become audiophiles, including TAS Chairman and CEO, Tom Martin. While Tom told Harry he was deeply sorry to hear the news, he also left the door open for future collaborations, assuring HP that he would "always be welcome here."

TAS Executive Editor Jonathan Valin has written a wonderful tribute to Harry that we will run in the next issue of TAS and post on theabsolutesound.com in a few days. JV writes, "Using 'the absolute sound' as an approach to critical listening and judgment is something HP has bequeathed not just to TAS but also to the world at large. We will honor this legacy."

We wish Harry continued success and are sincerely grateful for all that he has done for TAS, the industry, and audiophiles and music lovers throughout the world.

All the best,

Jim Hannon




my fine vintage model-aircraft-kits











kids of

The Creek



Do we have a high cuisine guerrilla restaurant in Potter Creek? Well not really. However, there is a group of food-lovers who regularly meet here for dinner prepared by leading Bay Area chefs--donations required.
















Seems, during the years of the West Berkeley Project formation there was a person concerned with cost, one dedicated city worker.



USPS Letter carrier salaries

The average salary for Usps Mail Carrier in Alhambra, California is $35,802. If you were to work as a Usps Mail Carrier in Alhambra, California you could expect a starting salary of $29,484. You could expect to make a salary of around $42,119 after some time.

The average salary for Usps Mail Carrier in Berkeley, California is $75,750. If you were to work as a Usps Mail Carrier in Berkeley, California you could expect a starting salary of $62,382. You could expect to make a salary of around $89,118 after some time.





"Mercury News interview: author David Cay Johnston" by Troy Wolverton at contracostatimes.com.

"David Cay Johnston has made a career out of exposing how corporations and powerful people are bending, breaking or rewriting the rules to empower and enrich themselves at the expense of the rest of us.

His new book, 'The Fine Print,' delves deeper into these themes. Johnston details how giant corporations get to pocket payroll taxes they collect from their workers instead of paying them to the state, how power companies have charged customers for maintenance they've never performed and how the shift to 401(k) retirement plans has been a boondoggle for Americans' retirement security.

Johnston also uses the book to take on some of the most powerful and admired people in the country, including economist Milton Friedman, whose writings underpin much of conservative economic policy; Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, under whom the court has repeatedly issued decisions that favor corporations; and Warren Buffett, who Johnston exposes as someone who has prospered by creating largely unregulated and unchecked monopolies."









Natalie, Gordon and Clarie

a Sunday afternoon in Potter Creek










9/19/12--6:35 PM and following, irritant in front room, burning dry dirty air, mucus membrane irritation, overides HEPA filters.

9/20/12--~8:15 AM and following, irritant in front room, burning dry dirty air, mucus membrane irritation, overides HEPA filters.

9/23/12--3:02 PM--irritant in warehouse front and front of warehouse, dry air.

9/24/12--6:45 PM-- burning dry dirty air, overides HEPA filters. 8:30 PM--similar.

9/25/12--7:05 AM---irritant in front room, burning dry dirty air. 12:00PM--irritant in front room, burning dry dirty air, mucus membrane irritation, overides HEPA filters. 12:43 PM--similar. 4:39 PM--STRONG burning dry dirty air. 5:51 PM VERY STRONG burning dry air, burning eyes throat etc., "thin chlorine odor," overides HEPA filters.

9/29/12-- Off-and-on all AM---irritant in front room, burning dry dirty air. 1:51 PM--dry dirty air in warehouse front and IMMEDIATELY in front of warehouse, "hot burning" metal in warehouse front.







eternally useful links


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 http://sv.berkeley.edu/view/ 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.



Richmond Ramblers' motorcycle club member, Cliff Miller emails a very

useful link

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.




Best gas prices in 94710, as well as all of US and Canada, are here at gasbuddy.com

Kimar finds Costco routinely has the lowest price.



Bay Area home prices from sfgate.com

Bay Area foreclosures from sfgate.com


Our City Council update is here.

Our Planning Commision update is here




Our City of Berkeley Boards and Commissions page is here--redone and friendly.



All reports 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.

The contacts are below:

Our Area Coordinator, Berkeley PD - 981-5774.

Ryan Lau, aid to Darryl Moore - 981-7120 rlau@ci.berkeley.ca.us

Darryl Moore, City Councilman dmoore@ci.berkeley.ca.us

AND check out BPD feature "Who are these Suspects."






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