Since the 1960s, the street vendors of Telegraph Avenue have been fixtures here. It began as a few students and artists ... More
Telegraph Avenue Street Vendors
Since the 1960s, the street vendors of Telegraph Avenue have been fixtures here. It began as a few students and artists trying to earn a buck selling their handmade wares and has turned into a thriving and colorful open-air market. You can purchase jewelry, crockery, clothing, books, incense, pipes, bags, etc. Follow the Deadhead music to the Russell's amazing display of pottery. He can tell you stories about the late 60s, when he slept in the trees and chained his goods to the street-poles to keep the police from confiscating them. Note: Credit card acceptance varies by vendor.
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 here. Located in ...
Berkeley Inn is located approximately two blocks from University Avenue, the main thoroughfare in Berkeley, and 10 miles from downtown
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Originally built as a private women's clubhouse in 1928 then converted to a University sorority in the 1970s, this National
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