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Blessing of the Bikes and Sustainable Solutions Bike Tour

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From EBBC.org: photo courtesy of http://www.theblessingofthebikes.com/ Join us for our first ever Blessing of the Bikes MLK Jr Civic Center Park MLK Jr. Way between Allston Way and Center Street, Berkeley May 5, 11:00am – noon To launch National Bike Month this May, the EBBC will host its first-ever Blessing of Bicycles. Bring your bike […]

EBBC’s Geared 4 Kids: Family Bike Ride

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From East Bay Bicycle Coalition: Get GEARED UP! Helmets, Bikes, Bells! This month’s route will be in west Berkeley, starting at Rosa Parks Elementary. Bring along snacks to share at our mid-route stop, and, of course, we’ll have tunes to pedal to all throughout the ride! Helmets required for kids. Be sure to pack snacks, […]

Berkeley Bike-In Movie at Trumer Pils Brewery

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From EBBC: Brought to you by the Bicycle-Friendly Berkeley Coalition and the East Bay Bicycle Coalition Dark O’Clock (around 7:30 PM short films will start) Brewery Tour before the movies! Short Films at 8:30pm, including the winner of the 24-Hour Digital Film Contest Feature Presentation: With My Own Two Wheels Q&A with the filmmaker after screening […]

This Week: D1 Supervisor Candidates Talk Livable Streets

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This week, a supervisor candidate forum series on streets and parks kicks off in District 1, the East Bay Bike Party brings back the zombies, and Sunday Streets comes to Berkeley. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Geary Boulevard. Join SPUR, Chester Fung from the SF County Transportation Authority, and […]

Berkeley City Council Hesitates to Fund More Sunday Streets Events

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Berkeley residents are clamoring for more street openings following the city’s first Sunday Streets event last October, where an estimated 43,000 people enjoyed 17 car-free blocks of Shattuck Avenue. But the Berkeley City Council has been hesitant to make a full commitment to bring back the events on a regular basis. Livable Berkeley, the sponsor of […]