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Thursday, February 1, 2018

Hey Berkeley: Don't Get the Rainy Day Blues

You’re trudging back home after a long day of classes, your umbrella broke from a strong gust of wind, and you couldn’t get on the bus because it was already crammed with people trying to escape the rain. Sounds like the dark, cold, rainy Berkeley we experienced last week. While the gray skies and constant downpour can put you in a bad mood, here are some things we at the Clog think can lift your spirits during any rainy day.Make hot chocolate (or any hot drink!)Few things go together as well as hot chocolate and rainy days. When it’s pouring outside, why not heat up some milk and make a nice comforting cup of hot cocoa? If chocolate isn’t really your thing, make a nice steaming cup of any beverage of your liking and relax.More

Monday, February 22, 2016

Harlem Globetrotters Entertain Berkeley Students

BERKELEY -- The sixth-graders filling the gym bleachers Tuesday at King Middle School erupted in laughter when their classmates, playing wheelchair basketball with a couple of the famed Harlem Globetrotters, accidentally collided with one another.They cheered when sixth-grader Torin Whittle made the first basket of the game from his borrowed wheelchair, and roared when one youngster tried to steal the ball from Globetrotter Orlando "Elgato" Melendez.Beyond the fun and laughter, the message from the Globetrotters and the Berkeley-based organizations that sponsored their appearance at the school -- the Bay Area Outreach Recreation Program and the Center for Independent Living -- was serious.More.

Friday, January 8, 2016

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

That certain night, the night we metThere was magic abroad in the airThere were angels dining at the RitzAnd a nightingale sang in Berkeley SquareI may be right, I may be wrongBut I'm perfectly willing to swearThat when you turned and smiled at meA nightingale sang in Berkeley SquareThe moon that lingered over London TownPoor puzzled moon, he wore a frownHow could he know, we two were so in love?The whole darn world seemed upside downThe streets of town were paved with starsIt was such a romantic affairAnd as we kissed and said goodnightA nightingale sang in Berkeley SquareWhen dawn came stealing up, all gold and blueTo interrupt our rendezvousI still remember how you smiled and said"Was that a dream? Or was it true?"Our homeward step was just as lightAs the dancing a feet of AstaireAnd like an echo far awayA nightingale sang in Berkeley Square