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The new normal: a green, upcycled and circular economy?

BERKELEYSIDE — Environmentally savvy Californians are likely familiar with the phrase “reduce, recycle, reuse,” but what might surprise our community

11/17/20 Fill Good, Stephanie Regni

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

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Berkeley residents are a generous bunch: The city ranked 7th in GoFundMe’s list of most-giving cities

BERKELEYSIDE — A local bookstore, locally made COVID-19 face shields, and local cinema pulled at Berkeley’s heartstrings this last year,

4/29/20 Zenbooth

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

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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

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The Legend of Moe’s Books

THE NEW YORK TIMES — Moe Moskowitz, the co-founder of Moe’s Books in Berkeley, was known for a lot of

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Telegraph District Microguide

BRAVO YOUR CITY — Explore all that the Telegraph District has to offer!Curated by Visit Berkeley

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California Cuisine, Long Before Chez Panisse

THE NEW YORK TIMES — Vincent Medina was in the fourth grade when he toured a Spanish mission with his

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10 reasons you need to explore quirky Berkeley

USA TODAY — Berkeley has always been the Bay Area’s eccentric uncle, refusing to conform or be defined in conventional