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After all these years, Berkeley's famous all-ages punk warehouse still draws crowds of kids to its weekly shows, featuring punk bands (both local and national). But the best thing about this volunteer-run, alcohol- and drug-free venue is its sense of history: The yellowing, graffiti-stained walls have been ragged and tagged by members of now-legendary bands like Screw 32, Green Day, and A.F.I.

Hours: Shows are on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Doors usually open at 7pm on Fridays and Saturdays and at 5pm on Sundays. All shows $5 or more, $2 with membership.

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