Editorial: Change Will Come, Just Not Yet

“These things take time

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De Young Museum Features Keith Haring's Politically Charged Work

The de Young Museum in San Francisco is currently holding an amazing exhibit called The Political Line featuring works of art by the late artist Keith Haring

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Canadian Chain, Smoke's Poutinerie, Expands to Berkeley

The Canada-based restaurant chain, Smoke’s Poutinerie, has opened up its first United States location at the already fast-food-heavy streets of Telegraph and Durant Ave

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Grumpy Cat Visits the Berkeley Humane Society

January 24 marked an exciting day for Bay Area Grumpy Cat fans

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Berkeley City Council to Establish Protest Protocol

In the wake of December’s Berkeley protests over the outcome of the Michael Brown and Darren Wilson grand jury decision, the Berkeley City Council has convened repeatedly to address issues related to combating police brutality and instructing Berkeley police on how to approach protests

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Artist Spotlight Tutto

Walking through the hallways of Berkeley High, one is likely to glimpse students sporting shirts, sweatshirts and hats adorned with the intriguing logo, Tutto

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