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510 offers a wide variety of skateboard decks and skate gear, as well as the knowledgeable staff required to assemble your board.

The hills' hub for weekly author readings.

Features a treasure trove of European lingerie, jewelry, and boudoir accessories.

Sets the bar for independent shoe shops with a stellar selection of brands including Aerosoles, Born, Diesel, Simple, Wanted, and Dansko.

This family-owned business specializes in landscaping materials, including gravel, sand, rocks, bark, mulch, and more, with an emphasis on locally sourced materials.

This record shop specializes in a variety of Mexican pop music, from Lupillo Rivera to La Banda del Recodo, Los Tigres del Norte to Selena.

Primarily a florist, Adachi has a wide selection of blooming plants, balloons, European basket gardens, orchids, and fountains, and offers same-day delivery of floral arrangements for everything from births to weddings.

A worker-run collective that publishes and distributes radical books and other media in topics ranging from anarchism to graffiti. Also holds author events.

The family-owned and -operated Berkeley institution has everything you need to fix a radio, stereo, or death ray.

A nonprofit computer recycler that fixes up old machines and gives them away to the needy.

Outdoor mall includes Kohl's, Old Navy, Beverly's, Ross Dress for Less, TJ Maxx, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more.

Stocks a wide variety of action figures, sports cards, and comics.

This store slings yarn and knitting needles and also hosts weekly knitting nights.

The place to go for high-end fixtures, flooring, counter tops, lighting, and more.

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