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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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“Labyrinth: Masquerade” shirks problematic conventions to showcase Blackness as a state of being, rather than a mere opportunity to exploit trauma.
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“Labyrinth: Masquerade” shirks problematic conventions to showcase Blackness as a state of being, rather than a mere opportunity to exploit trauma.
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Heavy-handed and direct, Leiva isn’t in the business of reinventing the wheel; rather, he’s oiling the wheel to make sure it can still spin.
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Heavy-handed and direct, Leiva isn’t in the business of reinventing the wheel; rather, he’s oiling the wheel to make sure it can still spin.
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The film is what “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” would look like if a 14-year-old boy watched it once, described what happens and then had a studio turn it into a feature film. 
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The film is what “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” would look like if a 14-year-old boy watched it once, described what happens and then had a studio turn it into a feature film. 
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While, at times, “Woke” has profound things to say about the current social and political climate of the United States, the show often feels overwhelmed by its own mission statement. 
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While, at times, “Woke” has profound things to say about the current social and political climate of the United States, the show often feels overwhelmed by its own mission statement. 
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There’s no way we can’t acknowledge this larger-than-life space. Here’s to Slim’s: thirty, flirty and thriving to the very end. 
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There’s no way we can’t acknowledge this larger-than-life space. Here’s to Slim’s: thirty, flirty and thriving to the very end. 
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Both “America” and “My Rajneesh” feel very much like the culmination of Stevens’ niche artistry.
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Both “America” and “My Rajneesh” feel very much like the culmination of Stevens’ niche artistry.
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“Wynd #1” is an exciting foray into queer high fantasy, something that we’re seeing a lot of in Dungeons and Dragons communities, which have bled into the comic scene in a big way.
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“Wynd #1” is an exciting foray into queer high fantasy, something that we’re seeing a lot of in Dungeons and Dragons communities, which have bled into the comic scene in a big way.
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