Kei Takei’s ‘Light’ embodies rhythms of nature, drags at times

Kei Takei’s most recent dance project, “Light,” has dominated nearly half a century of her life. Since 1969, the Japanese choreographer and dancer has been adding to the collection of pieces that make up her “dance diary” thus far. On Saturday night, at San Francisco’s CounterPulse theater, Takei and her
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VMAs descend into mediocrity

The MTV Video Music Awards have never been about subtlety. Since its inception in the 1980s, the MTV’s trademark summer entertainment has been notorious for throwing prestige to the sidelines and letting spectacle takes the stage. The show has cultivated numerous iconic and scandalous pop culture moments, from Britney Spears’
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Post-spring break detox guide

Fellow Bears who were able to take a break from school may be well-rested and ready to tackle on the semester once again. We at the Clog wish you the best for the last month of school! This guide, however, is for those who have either crippled their livers, put
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Dolphin’s Foam cocktail recipe

There’s nothing that says summer like having a sweet, tropical drink to sip on during a hot day. That’s why we at the Clog decided to make this fun, blue twist on the classic pina colada called a Dolphin’s Foam. It has the same amount of coconut and pineapple flavor as
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naked run

In case you missed it: Naked Run spring 2015

At 9 p.m. Thursday night, students in Main Stacks were putting it all out there — and we don’t mean their studies. As per tradition, started by the Lothlorien co-op, students ran naked through the campus library to provide a little bit of comic relief and a rush of adrenaline to the
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How to: Wake up early to run

Exercising first thing in the morning on a mostly empty stomach can help you burn more fat compared to when you’ve already eaten. It gets it out of the way, so you can’t use excuses such as “I’m too tired” or “I don’t have time.” And the best thing? Getting your
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PSA: Berkeley Half Marathon this weekend

On Sunday, runners will parade through campus and around town as they participate in the second annual Berkeley Half Marathon. The 13.1-mile loop course starts at the MLK Jr. Civic Center Park and cuts through Telegraph Avenue, across campus, though North Berkeley and down to the Berkeley Marina. Alternatively, there is a shorter route — 5
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Some upcoming Pride-related health events

You know how we’ve been telling you that summer would consist of beautiful days? June 26 was one of those days. The Defense of Marriage Act (popularly referred to as DOMA) was a federal law that barred the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages legalized by the states. But that
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