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The Daily Californian
In Arsène Wenger We TrustThe English Premier League started three weeks ago, and Arsenal has started wit
In Arsène Wenger We Trust
The Daily Californian / Posted 5 hours ago
The English Premier League started three weeks ago, and Arsenal has started with a lot of hiccups. With only four points in three matches and archrival Manchester City already on a roll, the season could have started in a much better way for a Gooner... Read more
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The Daily Californian
UC Berkeley team searches for hidden dark energy ‘chameleon’ particlesA team of UC Berkeley physicists is trying to determine whether dark energy — t
UC Berkeley team searches for hidden dark energy ‘chameleon’ particles
The Daily Californian / Posted 7 hours ago
A team of UC Berkeley physicists is trying to determine whether dark energy — the mysterious force responsible for the acceleration of the expansion of the universe — may be hiding right under our noses in the form of hypothetical “chameleon”... Read more
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The Daily Californian
California state assembly committees convene for hearing on UC admission, enrollment trendsTwo California state assembly committees convened Wednesday for an informationa
California state assembly committees convene for hearing on UC admission, enrollment trends
The Daily Californian / Posted 7 hours ago
Two California state assembly committees convened Wednesday for an informational hearing on UC admission and enrollment trends and the implications of increasing nonresident enrollment. The joint hearing between the California State Assembly... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Immigration attorney, psychologist joining Undocumented Student Program staffPrerna Lal, an immigration attorney of the East Bay Community Law Center and Dr
Immigration attorney, psychologist joining Undocumented Student Program staff
The Daily Californian / Posted 8 hours ago
Prerna Lal, an immigration attorney of the East Bay Community Law Center and Dr. Diana Peña, a staff member at UC Berkeley’s Counseling and Psychological Services, will be the fourth and fifth staff members of the Undocumented Student Program,... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
‘Good’ fat implants could reduce weight gain Published: 28 August 2015 9:33 AM A thermograph demonstrates that the inject
‘Good’ fat implants could reduce weight gain
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 10 hours ago
Published: 28 August 2015 9:33 AM A thermograph demonstrates that the injection site – area A – is hotter than the control region thanks to the implant of energy-burning beige fat. – AFP/Relaxnews pic,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Soaking up carbon dioxide and turning it into valuable productsStructural model showing a covalent organic framework (COF) embedded with a cob
Soaking up carbon dioxide and turning it into valuable products
PhysOrg / Posted 13 hours ago
Structural model showing a covalent organic framework (COF) embedded with a cobalt porphyrin. A molecular system that holds great promise for the capture and storage of carbon dioxide has been modified so that it now also holds great promise as a... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Longtime Oakland civic leader David Tucker Jr. dies at 81OAKLAND -- As an avid duck hunter, fly fisherman, traveler and longtime career
Longtime Oakland civic leader David Tucker Jr. dies at 81
Oakland Tribune / Posted 13 hours ago
OAKLAND -- As an avid duck hunter, fly fisherman, traveler and longtime career financial adviser, David S. Tucker Jr. won much respect and admiration throughout his well-rounded life. A 37-year Montclair resident, he also found time for community... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Record numbers for ‘Walking Dead’ spin-off showFRANK Dillane. PHOTO BY RUBEN V. NEPALES LOS ANGELES—More zombies are coming.
Record numbers for ‘Walking Dead’ spin-off show
Inquirier.net / Posted 14 hours ago
FRANK Dillane. PHOTO BY RUBEN V. NEPALES LOS ANGELES—More zombies are coming. “Fear the Walking Dead,” a spin-off and a prequel to the hit series “The Walking Dead,” recently premiered to record-breaking all-time cable ratings numbers. The new show,... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Hayward police officer's gun stolen in vehicle burglaryOAKLAND -- A Hayward police officer's gun was taken Wednesday morning in a vehi
Hayward police officer's gun stolen in vehicle burglary
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 21 hours ago
OAKLAND -- A Hayward police officer's gun was taken Wednesday morning in a vehicle burglary in the Fruitvale district, police said. It was the second similar theft in the East Bay in less than a week. The theft of the semi-automatic pistol and... Read more
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Salon.com
Rand Paul whitesplains why Black Lives Matter should change its name to “All Lives Matter”Rand Paul is continuing his trailblazing outreach to African-American voters by
Rand Paul whitesplains why Black Lives Matter should change its name to “All Lives Matter”
Salon.com / Posted 22 hours ago
Rand Paul is continuing his trailblazing outreach to African-American voters by lecturing the Black Lives Matter movement on the value of property and suggesting it change it’s moniker to “All Lives Matter.” “I think they should change their name... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Hayward police officer's gun stolen in vehicle burglaryOAKLAND -- A Hayward police officer's gun was taken Wednesday morning in a vehi
Hayward police officer's gun stolen in vehicle burglary
Oakland Tribune / Posted 22 hours ago
OAKLAND -- A Hayward police officer's gun was taken Wednesday morning in a vehicle burglary in the Fruitvale district, police said. It was the second similar theft in the East Bay in less than a week. The theft of the semi-automatic pistol and... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Pets that UC Berkeley students should haveIf you’ve moved into your apartment, but still feel like something is missing,
Pets that UC Berkeley students should have
The Daily Californian / Posted 22 hours ago
If you’ve moved into your apartment, but still feel like something is missing, maybe you need a pet! We at the Clog have gone through and analyzed some possible choices for pets that can easily make you smile when you’re feeling stressed out about... Read more
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The Daily Californian
A breakdown of your semester in shopping listsAs students at UC Berkeley, we are used to experiencing either extreme highs or
A breakdown of your semester in shopping lists
The Daily Californian / Posted 22 hours ago
As students at UC Berkeley, we are used to experiencing either extreme highs or extreme lows — in fact, these fluctuations in things like stress, mood and amount of sleep are so predictable they can be accurately plotted on a timeline of a typical UC... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Another Milestone In Hybrid Artificial PhotosynthesisBerkeley Lab Researchers Use Solar Energy and Renewable Hydrogen to Produce Met
Another Milestone In Hybrid Artificial Photosynthesis
PhotonicsOnline / Posted yesterday
Berkeley Lab Researchers Use Solar Energy and Renewable Hydrogen to Produce Methane A team of researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) developing a bioinorganic hybrid approach to... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Bay Area displacement map created by campus researchers predicts loss of affordable housingOn Monday, UC Berkeley researchers released an interactive map — which predicts
Bay Area displacement map created by campus researchers predicts loss of affordable housing
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
On Monday, UC Berkeley researchers released an interactive map — which predicts a loss of low-income households in suburban areas — detailing different stages of displacement in the Bay Area. The research, funded by the California Air Resources... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Local environmental activists fire up to protest East Bay tree removalStationed in front of the Sierra Club’s local chapter office in Berkeley, a gro
Local environmental activists fire up to protest East Bay tree removal
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
Stationed in front of the Sierra Club’s local chapter office in Berkeley, a group of about 70 demonstrators gathered in protest of the club’s support of non-native tree removal in the East Bay hills. Protesters defended non-native trees, including... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
'Fear the Walking Dead' and the Berkeley connectionBut now that the zombie apocalypse has started to break out in L.A., you have t
'Fear the Walking Dead' and the Berkeley connection
The Fremont Argus / Posted yesterday
But now that the zombie apocalypse has started to break out in L.A., you have to wonder if Alicia will ever make it to the East Bay. So why did the writers pick UC Berkeley -- and not UCLA, or USC, or even Cal rival Stanford? "Homegrown" put that... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Bay Area displacement map created by campus researchers predicts affordable-housing lossOn Monday, UC Berkeley researchers released an interactive map — which predicts
Bay Area displacement map created by campus researchers predicts affordable-housing loss
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
On Monday, UC Berkeley researchers released an interactive map — which predicts a loss of low-income households in suburban areas — detailing different stages of displacement in the Bay Area. The research, funded by the California Air Resources... Read more
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The Daily Californian
UC Berkeley students plan to build tiny, sustainable homes near Berkeley Global CampusA group of UC Berkeley students are starting to work on a project to provide af
UC Berkeley students plan to build tiny, sustainable homes near Berkeley Global Campus
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
A group of UC Berkeley students are starting to work on a project to provide affordable, environmentally conscious housing in the Richmond area for students and faculty at the upcoming Berkeley Global Campus at Richmond Bay. In anticipation of a... Read more
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The Daily Californian
In first game of season, Cal field hockey prepares to face No. 5 DukeNow is the time of year when things begin anew and journeys start. For most UC
In first game of season, Cal field hockey prepares to face No. 5 Duke
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
Now is the time of year when things begin anew and journeys start. For most UC Berkeley students this week, this corresponds with embarking on another school year. Classes start, and friends are greeted with hugs and squeals asking, “How was your... Read more
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The Daily Californian
UC Berkeley alumni arraigned on charges of insider tradingOn Tuesday, two UC Berkeley alumni, along with an acquaintance, were arraigned
UC Berkeley alumni arraigned on charges of insider trading
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
On Tuesday, two UC Berkeley alumni, along with an acquaintance, were arraigned on charges of participating in an insider trading scheme resulting in $600,000 of illicit profits. Ashish Aggarwal, 27; Shahriyar Bolandian, 26; and Kevan Sadigh, a... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Another law enforcement officer gun stolen in the Bay AreaAuthorities say a Hayward police officer's gun was stolen during a car burglary
Another law enforcement officer gun stolen in the Bay Area
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
Authorities say a Hayward police officer's gun was stolen during a car burglary in Oakland, marking at least the third such theft in the Bay Area in recent months. The San Francisco Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/1MVYQ2Y) the latest incident... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Another law enforcement officer gun stolen in the Bay AreaHAYWAYRD, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say a Hayward police officer's gun was stol
Another law enforcement officer gun stolen in the Bay Area
KTVN Reno / Posted yesterday
HAYWAYRD, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say a Hayward police officer's gun was stolen during a car burglary in Oakland, marking at least the third such theft in the Bay Area in recent months. The San Francisco Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/1MVYQ2Y)... Read more
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KMPH - KFRE Central San Joaquin Valley
Another law enforcement officer gun stolen in the Bay AreaHAYWAYRD, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say a Hayward police officer's gun was stol
Another law enforcement officer gun stolen in the Bay Area
KMPH - KFRE Central San Joaquin Valley / Posted yesterday
HAYWAYRD, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say a Hayward police officer's gun was stolen during a car burglary in Oakland, marking at least the third such theft in the Bay Area in recent months. The San Francisco Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/1MVYQ2Y)... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Environmental activists fire up in protest to protect non-native trees“Stationed in front of the Sierra Club’s local chapter office in Berkeley, a gr
Environmental activists fire up in protest to protect non-native trees
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
“Stationed in front of the Sierra Club’s local chapter office in Berkeley, a group of about 70 demonstrators gathered in protest of the club’s support of non-native tree removal in the East Bay Hills. “Protesters defended non-native trees, including... Read more
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The Daily Californian
City looks at raising legal age for purchasing tobacco productsA motion put forward Monday to Berkeley City Council aims to raise the age at w
City looks at raising legal age for purchasing tobacco products
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
A motion put forward Monday to Berkeley City Council aims to raise the age at which tobacco and electronic cigarettes can legally be purchased. The proposal, written by Councilmember Jesse Arreguin, aims to increase the legal age of purchase to 21... Read more
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The Register
D-Wave: 'whether or not it's quantum, it's faster'D-Wave is getting ready to drop a new benchmark on Arxiv, which the company say
D-Wave: 'whether or not it's quantum, it's faster'
The Register / Posted yesterday
D-Wave is getting ready to drop a new benchmark on Arxiv, which the company says demonstrates its latest 1000-qubit processor outperforming classical machines. And it's bound to provoke the “other side” of the “is it quantum and is it faster?”... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
More Gentrification, Displacement in Bay Area Forecast. CategoryThe San Francisco Bay Area’s transformation into a sprawling, exclusive and hig
More Gentrification, Displacement in Bay Area Forecast. Category
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted yesterday
The San Francisco Bay Area’s transformation into a sprawling, exclusive and high-income community with less and less room for its low-income residents is just beginning, according to UC Berkeley researchers who literally have it all mapped out. The... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, showsEast Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinke
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, shows
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
East Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinkel Park, Berkeley; free; www.aeofberkeley.org. Aurora Theatre Company: "Mud Blue Sky," Marisa Wegrzyn's slice-of-life dramedy about a middle-aged flight attendant, Aug.... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, showsEast Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinke
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, shows
The Fremont Argus / Posted yesterday
East Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinkel Park, Berkeley; free; www.aeofberkeley.org. Aurora Theatre Company: "Mud Blue Sky," Marisa Wegrzyn's slice-of-life dramedy about a middle-aged flight attendant, Aug.... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
"I am a Feminist": New generation steps up to claim the "F-word"That wasn't always the case. While the history major and aspiring teacher says
"I am a Feminist": New generation steps up to claim the "F-word"
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
That wasn't always the case. While the history major and aspiring teacher says she grew up in San Jose believing in equal rights for women, she was wary of that identity as a young teenager. "For a long time, I associated the word with being radical... Read more
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The Daily Review
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, showsEast Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinke
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, shows
The Daily Review / Posted yesterday
East Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinkel Park, Berkeley; free; www.aeofberkeley.org. Aurora Theatre Company: "Mud Blue Sky," Marisa Wegrzyn's slice-of-life dramedy about a middle-aged flight attendant, Aug.... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
On screen: 'Fear the Walking Dead' and the Berkeley connectionBut now that the zombie apocalypse has started to break out in L.A., you have t
On screen: 'Fear the Walking Dead' and the Berkeley connection
The Fremont Argus / Posted yesterday
But now that the zombie apocalypse has started to break out in L.A., you have to wonder if Alicia will ever make it to the East Bay. So why did the writers pick UC Berkeley -- and not UCLA, or USC, or even Cal rival Stanford? "Homegrown" put that... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Law enforcement officer's gun stolen in vehicle burglaryOAKLAND -- A law enforcement officer's gun was taken Wednesday morning in a veh
Law enforcement officer's gun stolen in vehicle burglary
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
OAKLAND -- A law enforcement officer's gun was taken Wednesday morning in a vehicle burglary in the Fruitvale district, police said. It was the second similar theft in the East Bay in less than a week. Oakland police said the stolen semi-automatic... Read more
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The Daily Review
Law enforcement officer's gun stolen in vehicle burglaryOAKLAND -- A law enforcement officer's gun was taken Wednesday morning in a veh
Law enforcement officer's gun stolen in vehicle burglary
The Daily Review / Posted yesterday
OAKLAND -- A law enforcement officer's gun was taken Wednesday morning in a vehicle burglary in the Fruitvale district, police said. It was the second similar theft in the East Bay in less than a week. Oakland police said the stolen semi-automatic... Read more
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The Daily Review
On screen: 'Fear the Walking Dead' and the Berkeley connectionBut now that the zombie apocalypse has started to break out in L.A., you have t
On screen: 'Fear the Walking Dead' and the Berkeley connection
The Daily Review / Posted yesterday
But now that the zombie apocalypse has started to break out in L.A., you have to wonder if Alicia will ever make it to the East Bay. So why did the writers pick UC Berkeley -- and not UCLA, or USC, or even Cal rival Stanford? "Homegrown" put that... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Keeping it classy on the Wine TrainA quarter century ago, when the Napa Valley Wine Train first chugged out of the
Keeping it classy on the Wine Train
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
A quarter century ago, when the Napa Valley Wine Train first chugged out of the station, California’s wine country establishment was aghast. The attraction was loud. It was intrusive. Its major investor was, egad, the inventor of Rice-A-Roni. Almost... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
On screen: 'Fear the Walking Dead' and the Berkeley connectionBut now that the zombie apocalypse has started to break out in L.A., you have t
On screen: 'Fear the Walking Dead' and the Berkeley connection
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
But now that the zombie apocalypse has started to break out in L.A., you have to wonder if Alicia will ever make it to the East Bay. So why did the writers pick UC Berkeley -- and not UCLA, or USC, or even Cal rival Stanford? "Homegrown" put that... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Examining the Groundbreaking Work of the NHL's Latest Analytics HireLast week, the Carolina Hurricanes announced an addition to their front office.
Examining the Groundbreaking Work of the NHL's Latest Analytics Hire
Bleacher Report / Posted yesterday
Last week, the Carolina Hurricanes announced an addition to their front office. Eric Tulsky, a hockey blogger whose credits include mainstream publications such as the Washington Post and appearances at MIT’s Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, will... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. OperaA glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical mu
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. Opera
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
A glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical music scene can be, with opera, orchestral music, Baroque masterpieces, chamber works, recitals and special events on the schedule. San Francisco Opera ushers in the season... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
VetCon fair connects veterans to resourcesCONCORD -- VetCon is all about increased face-to-face interactions. Employers
VetCon fair connects veterans to resources
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
CONCORD -- VetCon is all about increased face-to-face interactions. Employers shook the hands of veterans looking for civilian jobs. Workshops, films and a town-hall meeting gave voice to active duty, reserve, National Guard, and other military men... Read more
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The Daily Review
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. OperaA glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical mu
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. Opera
The Daily Review / Posted yesterday
A glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical music scene can be, with opera, orchestral music, Baroque masterpieces, chamber works, recitals and special events on the schedule. San Francisco Opera ushers in the season... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. OperaA glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical mu
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. Opera
Silicon Valley / Posted yesterday
A glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical music scene can be, with opera, orchestral music, Baroque masterpieces, chamber works, recitals and special events on the schedule. San Francisco Opera ushers in the season... Read more
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San Jose Mercury News
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. OperaA glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical mu
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. Opera
San Jose Mercury News / Posted yesterday
A glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical music scene can be, with opera, orchestral music, Baroque masterpieces, chamber works, recitals and special events on the schedule. San Francisco Opera ushers in the season... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
eBay Veteran to Join Auction.comIRVINE, CA�Auction.com, has recruited former eBay executive Kristine Chin to se
eBay Veteran to Join Auction.com
GlobeSt.com / Posted yesterday
IRVINE, CA�Auction.com, has recruited former eBay executive Kristine Chin to serve as vice president of customer engagement reporting to CEO Tim Morse. In this newly-created role, Chin will be responsible for spearheading a cohesive and... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
UC Berkeley police seek sex assault suspectBERKELEY -- Police said they are seeking the public's help in locating a suspec
UC Berkeley police seek sex assault suspect
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
BERKELEY -- Police said they are seeking the public's help in locating a suspect in a sexual assault that happened earlier this month on campus. In a statement released Tuesday, police said they were informed Aug. 4 of an assault two days earlier... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Woman kicked off Napa wine train says still humiliated despite apologyA member of book club made up largely of black women said Tuesday afternoon tha
Woman kicked off Napa wine train says still humiliated despite apology
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
A member of book club made up largely of black women said Tuesday afternoon that they still feel humiliated even after the Napa Valley Wine Train issued a fuller apology Tuesday for kicking them off the train for reportedly being loud. Lisa Renee... Read more
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The Daily Californian
The truth about Welcome WeekYou step into your freshly decorated dorm room after a final goodbye brunch wit
The truth about Welcome Week
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
You step into your freshly decorated dorm room after a final goodbye brunch with the parents. You glance over at your new roommate as you settle into your suddenly overwhelming awareness that for quite possibly the very first time in your life, you... Read more
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The New Age
'Good' fat implants could reduce weight gainEnergy-burning 'good' brown fat can be created in the laboratory and implanted
'Good' fat implants could reduce weight gain
The New Age / Posted 2 days ago
Energy-burning 'good' brown fat can be created in the laboratory and implanted in the body to help reduce weight gain and lower glucose levels, scientists have discovered. So far, the man-made brown fat has only been implanted in mice, although the... Read more
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Digi Times
CommonWealth MagazineOn Jan. 8, two foreign brokerages downgraded their recommendations for Taiwan S
CommonWealth Magazine
Digi Times / Posted 2 days ago
On Jan. 8, two foreign brokerages downgraded their recommendations for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC). For one of them, Credit Suisse, it was the first time it had voiced pessimism over TSMC's prospects after having had looked... Read more
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