Copy Central is one of the widely used copying locations by Berkeley professors. I have purchased readers for numerous classes. While prices seem unreasonable sometimes since the readers are non-refundable, it's the student's responsibility to know whether they will stay enrolled in the course. Their lines during the first 2 weeks of class are horrible and can sometimes extend to the end of the block.
Located on Jackson, in the heart of Chinatown, Cumberland was the Chinese school I attended from K through 6th grade. School fees have certainly risen dramatically when compared to a few years back, but that's because of the demand for a distinguishable Chinese school. One of the most important aspects of Cumberland is not its curriculum, but the way students are taught behave and respect their elders.
Late Friday and Saturday nights are a hassle with the lines, but it is worth it. Their 2 dollar specials past 12pm is the cheapest I have seen in the bay area. Their lanes are always conditioned with a large abundance of house balls. Parking is not a problem, and a new tapioca caf just opened a few months back across the street. The attendants at the front desk are always approachable and polite.
Serra Bowl's galaxy bowl attracts many customers including myself. It's a different experience from regular bowling, and should be tried by those who are unaware of its existence. The prices have climbed a bit from the time I started bowling a few years back, but it is definitely worth it. The arcade area has some oldies, and newer games, but the most noting fact is their pool table. This is the first bowling arena I have seen with a pool table.
The only thing super about this Shell is its price. it is pretty expensive when compared to other Shells within San Francisco. $3.32 the other day for 91 octane gas is too expensive when other places sell for $3.18. It might not seem like a big difference initially, but it adds up over time. I cant comment on their service attendents, as I tend to use my credit card for gas transaction.
AMC Kabuki's location is one of the good things about this theater. There is a wealth of restaurants and shopping complex within Japantown and the Richmond district isnt too far away. Compared to other newer theaters however, Kabuki lacks quality. The seats feel ancient, and the ticket prices do not justify the movie experience.
Wasteland offers many brands that bigger retail chains such as Macys and others don't carry. While the prices are not competitive by any means, they carry a sense of uniqueness to the clothing. There were shirts and jeans within the store that I have not seen retailed anywhere else in San Francisco. The service reps were quick to help me locating sizes and were always around if questions arises.
Every time I go to Haight Street for shopping, I take a stop at Crepe Express. My recommendation would be the crepe with nutella or strawberry cream. The lines might be range at certain points of day but its always enjoyable to watch them make it behind the counter. Their tables might feel cramp, but the taste factor makes it an overall pleasant experience.
The face of Thurgood Marshall Academic High School has certainly changed since I was a graduating senior during 2002. For the most part, the school has suffered a great lost of faculty that had been with Thurgood Marshall for many years. The lowering of credentials required for graduation starting since 2003 has turned away previous contracts from the more prestige colleges. The number of graduates entering UC Berkeley has continued to decline since 2002.
I have been visiting Wendys beauty salon for my haircuts for years now. Their service has always been top notch and I have always been satisfied with my haircut. They have an abundant of magazines and even a television for customers waiting in line. Their prices for haircuts and wash are among the lowest in the neighborhood.