by Steed Dropout
June 28, 2016
A TALE OF A BERKELEY BUSINESS EMPIRE
Ed Monroe’s Blondies. Photo by Ted Friedman
Telegraph Avenue street artist Ed Monroe’s hand-to-mouth life-style took a paste to the mouth recently when he lost free pizza for life at Berkeley’s Blondie’s Pizza.
Blondie’s was sold recently to a longtime employee.
Blondie’s was the 1960s (“Make Pizza Not War!”) love-child of the nine store Rasputin music chain and other enterprises of Berkeley’s titan of Telegraph trade—Ken Sarachan.
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