Picks of the Week: Frozen and “Galentine’s Day”

This Valentine’s Day, “House of Cards,” Netflix’s hit show about the dark, corrupt nature of Washington politics, will be premiering the entirety of its second season at once.
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This Valentine’s Day, “House of Cards,” Netflix’s hit show about the dark, corrupt nature of Washington politics, will be premiering the entirety of its second season at once.

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In anticipation of the big day of love (or sadness, depending on who you are), get ready for a week filled with singing, bingeing and some good ol’ fashioned country.

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‘Frozen’ Sing-Along

Do You Want to Build A Snowman?” has aggravated all Californians who have yet to be indoctrinated into “Frozen” fandom, for California has no snow and we are no longer 10 years old. Now, you can finally get your “Frozen” soundtrack fix. From now until the end of the week, Shattuck Cinemas and AMC Bay Street 16 will be hosting “Frozen” sing-alongs. “Let It Go” to your heart’s content.

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‘House of Cards’ and Galentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, “House of Cards,” Netflix’s hit show about the dark, corrupt nature of Washington politics, will be premiering the entirety of its second season at once. You can also celebrate by watching the “Parks and Recreation” episode featuring “Galentine’s Day” the night before, and then have your own form of Galentine’s Day (see: the way “Parks and Rec” star Amy Poehler does Galentine’s Day).

Panic! At the Disco

Panic! at the Disco was a necessary component of our angst-driven middle school years — you couldn’t have bands like Good Charlotte and My Chemical Romance without some solid P!ATD. We’re not sure if the band is still relevant anymore, but if you’re willing to relive your tween years, Panic! at the Disco is hitting the Fox Theatre in Oakland this Saturday.

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Eric Church’s ‘The Outsiders’

There aren’t a lot of us here at UC Berkeley, but for all you country fans out there, Eric Church’s new album, The Outsiders, drops on Feb. 11. Coming off a wave of success from his last album, Chief, and award-winning single “Springsteen,” Church is poised to return to a lot of fanfare and noise with his fusion of rock ’n’ roll and country.

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