Tunesday: Road trip Edition

Whether or not you call The Bay home for the summer, getting away to a place where silence surrounds you should make it to the top of this season’s bucket list. If you’re stuck in Berkeley taking classes, there are plenty of spots within an hour’s distance. Or if making it Read More…

In Prose and Poetry: Reality Sandwiches

It’s common knowledge that famous beat poet Allen Ginsberg wrote bits and pieces of his insane epic “Howl” in the city of Berkeley. Lesser known are his other poems that twist, rattle and reinvent his experiences in the college town, forever imprinting the poet and his work onto Berkeley’s self-image. Read More…

Tunesday: Get pumped for Bonnaroo!

Year after year Bonnaroo scores one of the best lineups of music festivals across the states. They basically combine the anticipated acts of Coachella, Sasquatch! and Outside Lands, then put their personal stamp on it by picking quality lesser-known artists. Since the hype seems to always surround headliners, this playlist Read More…

Tunesday: A Cure for June Gloom

With Karl the Fog’s return to The Bay, the reign of June Gloom has officially commenced. Take that time to become a hermit for a minute and recover from the sunburn you probably have from the first days of summer. Or maybe head out of The Bay and settle in Read More…

Tunesday: Main Stacks edition

To those of you who have spent one too many hours cooped up in Main Stacks this past week, The Clog feels for you. So since you’re already procrastinating, take a listen to these tracks to remind you that a life outside of the library is yours in only a Read More…

Picks of the Week

It’s easy to say no to everything this close to the end of the semester, but all study and no nights out makes Oski a dull bear. Live a little. We’ve still got dead week to look forward to. The future of BART If you’re interested in BART’s future plans Read More…

The Daily Cal catches up with “Divergent” stars

At the San Francisco premiere of Lionsgate’s “Divergent” on March 5, the Daily Cal caught up with a few of the film’s stars on the red carpet. Maggie Q, who starred as Nikita in the Emmy-nominated television series, plays a character of a similar type in “Divergent” — save for Read More…

Who to listen to now: Nick Waterhouse

The singer-songwriter-guitarist Nick Waterhouse has revamped the charm of sweet-flowing jazz music and brought it to the current era with his second LP, Holly. He takes the essential aura of jazz and soul and twists it into his own style that is complemented perfectly by his ’50s-sounding voice and look. Read More…