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2014 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 290,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at … Continue reading

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Sundar Shadi

Come and see the Shadi Holiday Display. Moeser Lane and Seaview Drive, El Cerrito.    Turn onto Moeser Lane from San Pablo Ave and travel east approximately one mile (through one stop light after you are on Moeser). The display … Continue reading

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Happy 2015!

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Costa Rica Naturaleza

There are other countries in the world that enjoy divinely inspired natural landscapes, but Costa Rica boasts a higher biodiversity than Europe and the United States combined. Its small size also means that travelling from cloud forest to coastline and … Continue reading

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Bay Trail – Berkeley Marina

x The artwork, titled “Berkeley Big People”  by artist Scott Donahue was dedicated in 2008.   Visible from about a mile in either direction, the 30-foot-tall fiberglass sculpture is the largest and most expensive piece of public art ever commissioned in the … Continue reading

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Bay Trail – Berkeley to Emeryville

This bridge was made to allow bicycles, pedestrians, and wheelchair users access to the Berkeley Marina, Eastshore State Park, and the city. In the records of the city, the bridge is referred to as the “City of Berkeley Eastshore Pedestrian Overcrossing”. … Continue reading

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