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Berkeley hotels have a lot to offer locals

Aiden, Graduate Berkeley and Hotel Shattuck Plaza provide a fun rooftop, tailgate parties and creative cocktails — not just visitor

Berkeley’s beloved Smokehouse celebrates 70 years of burgers and shakes

NOSH — Is it possible to make almost everyone happy, but never really change? The Smokehouse plans to find out.

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

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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

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,

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

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

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