Since 1969, this place has been the subversive heart of Telegraph Avenue, providing everything from pipes to toys for ... More
Since 1969, this place has been the subversive heart of Telegraph Avenue, providing everything from pipes to toys for grown-ups, and pumping out the sounds of Iggy Pop, and Nirvana onto the sidewalk. Inside this darkly cavernous store, you will be lucky to see an inch of black wall or ceiling for all the paraphernalia, including a huge assortment of glass, metal and water pipes, hookahs, incense and tobacco, jewelry and gnomes. It also carries various adult toys and videos, and has an impressive array of imported ethnic arts and crafts, as well as greeting and postcards.
If you are looking for inexpensive, yet cheery, lodging in central Berkeley, this place is made to order. The quaint,
three story hotel with its slight Victorian touches and friendly staff will make you feel welcome. Located in the ...
Originally built as a private women's clubhouse in 1928 then converted to a University sorority in the 1970s, this National
Register landmark became a hotel in the early 1990s. Designed by the famous Bay Area architect Walter T. Steilberg, ...
If you are looking for casual or upscale, but in a small store atmosphere, Earthly Goods is the place to
hit. Just off Shattuck, this little boutique offers a combination of 5th Avenue designers as well as smaller local ...