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Open-air dining brings revenue to restaurants and a festive spirit to streets

BERKELEYSIDE — A year and a half ago, the streets of Berkeley were unusually quiet, as people sheltered at home

Finding beauty amidst the pandemic

BERKELEYSIDE — After a grand jury opted not to indict the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in

FillGood BerkeleyHolidays gifts

Connection and craft enable Berkeley women entrepreneurs to flourish during the pandemic

BERKELEYSIDE — The end of November typically marks the beginning of holiday season, when cheerful, wintery tunes play on repeat

Black-owned businesses in Berkeley demonstrate the city’s economic resilience

BERKELEYSIDE — This year’s Juneteenth arrived amid mass protests against systemic racism and police brutality across the United States. The

Small Business Week may be postponed, but Berkeley businesses keep innovating

BERKELEYSIDE — As the federal government postpones Small Business Week (usually the first week in May) and Berkeley prepares to hunker down

Food Forward

Berkeley business innovations enable residents to spoil themselves while sheltering

BERKELEYSIDE — Eateries in Berkeley are finding creative solutions to build community and attract customers during the COVID-19 pandemic as

South Berkeley creative studio has become a community hub and protest sign-making machine

BERKELEYSIDE — When the country erupted in protest after the death of George Floyd on May 25, Abby VanMuijen took

Alchemy Collective empowers its baristas with ownership, quality coffee

BERKELEYSIDE — Alchemy Collective Cafe and Roaster opened eight years ago with the goal of serving a delicious product and

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  • September 6, 2018

Lorin District Microguide

BRAVO YOUR CITY — Curated by Visit Berkeley

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  • September 5, 2018

Greetings From Alcatraz Ave: Meet Reverend Betty Jean Gray

KQED — On one end, you’re in Oakland. At the other, you’re in Berkeley. If you keep going, you’ll end