FIDLAR gets crowd moving at Fox Theater

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FIDLAR/Courtesy

Despite FIDLAR’s musical intensity, the band members were lighthearted and friendly when interacting with the crowd. A particularly spiteful song called “Leave Me Alone” ended with Schwartzel leaning into his mic and saying, “Thank you!” in a chirpy falsetto.
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A booty call to theater

Cutting Room Floor

I didn’t need a big part in every show, or even in most shows — but I think the parts you gave me were a symptom of our incompatibility.
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Hug me brotha

Goldfish deaths, the end of Macbeth, long-awaited reunion, the United States Constitution — whether it be in mourning or celebration, we can all use a hug sometimes. Luckily for us, this upcoming Tuesday is National Hugging Day and the perfect excuse to squeeze everyone within arm’s reach. We at the
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A liar, a scammer

Fake Out

“What is your column about, exactly?” I was quite literally asked this question on a date last week. He, like an assortment of other people in my life this semester, was mildly curious about my column’s intentions. People seemed to like my work, but clearly the larger whole of my
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MacBeth

Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s ‘Macbeth’ looms large

Often, some of the most difficult work in live theater lies in filling the space of a stage. Acting choices, set, sound design and the way that these elements interact on stage are crucial to defining space, setting tone and interpreting theme for an audience. In staging “Macbeth,” one of
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Grace Lovio’s Picks of the Week

“The Family” Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer co-star in an English-language French film about an American mafia family who, after snitching, moves to France under the witness-protection program. Hijinks ensue as the family struggles to control old habits and maintain cover. This cross between “The Sopranos” and the Olsen
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