by Steed Dropout
Sep. 4, 20012
[Editor’s note: this is the 12th in a series on one of the most notorious cafe’s in the known world, Cafe Mediterraneum, on Berkeley’s equally famous Telegraph Ave., and of note in the unknown world as well. Home of the Free Speech Movement, witness to the People’s Park riots. Tear-gassed, shot-up, invaded. Unlike your coffee-house, it has it’s own WIKI page.]
CAFE MED MAKING BERKELEY POLITICAL HISTORY
Perhaps you missed the media curve on this: Berkeley will vote, Nov. 6, to ban-sitting on walks in business districts. Berkeley has ten sizable business districts.
Berkeleyans have been tearing at their chests over this since late last year, when the issue became a rallying cry among local radicals.
The Med is at the eye of the hurricane.