BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Madeline Wells

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Not only did the group finesse Queen’s complex oeuvre — an monumental feat on its own — it also maintained a spirit of festive hilarity throughout
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Not only did the group finesse Queen’s complex oeuvre — an monumental feat on its own — it also maintained a spirit of festive hilarity throughout
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“I trick or treated longer than I should have,” admitted Ben Thornewill, keyboardist of Jukebox the Ghost, in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I trick or treated longer than I should have,” admitted Ben Thornewill, keyboardist of Jukebox the Ghost, in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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Onstage in Oakland, the duo’s glossy synthesizers and ambrosial blend of harmonies dripped into the crowd’s ears just as impeccably as they do on its studio records.
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Onstage in Oakland, the duo’s glossy synthesizers and ambrosial blend of harmonies dripped into the crowd’s ears just as impeccably as they do on its studio records.
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“You can get caught up in the complexity of writing,” Sexton explained. “But it really just boils down to ‘does anybody wanna hear this story?’”
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“You can get caught up in the complexity of writing,” Sexton explained. “But it really just boils down to ‘does anybody wanna hear this story?’”
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I’m pretty sure Lorde convinced me to break up with my boyfriend before I even knew I needed to.
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I’m pretty sure Lorde convinced me to break up with my boyfriend before I even knew I needed to.
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Almost a year after announcing his resignation, Nicholas Dirks officially stepped down from the position of chancellor Saturday.
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Almost a year after announcing his resignation, Nicholas Dirks officially stepped down from the position of chancellor Saturday.
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Phil’s Sliders on 2024 Shattuck Avenue will be closing its doors July 1 after six years in business, according to restaurant owner Hugh Groman. Neighboring modern Mexican restaurant Comal will move into the space.
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Phil’s Sliders on 2024 Shattuck Avenue will be closing its doors July 1 after six years in business, according to restaurant owner Hugh Groman. Neighboring modern Mexican restaurant Comal will move into the space.
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Former campus professor Richard Taruskin has been awarded the Kyoto Prize in the Arts and Philosophy category, making him the first music scholar to receive this prestigious award.
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Former campus professor Richard Taruskin has been awarded the Kyoto Prize in the Arts and Philosophy category, making him the first music scholar to receive this prestigious award.
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In the four years since Pure Heroine anointed Lorde as the precocious teen queen of minimalist electropop, she’s stepped down from her young god throne to plunge headfirst into messy, raw adulthood.
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In the four years since Pure Heroine anointed Lorde as the precocious teen queen of minimalist electropop, she’s stepped down from her young god throne to plunge headfirst into messy, raw adulthood.
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In celebration of its 2017 NBA championship victory, the Golden State Warriors, along with the City of Oakland, will host a parade and rally in downtown Oakland on Thursday. Public transportation, such as BART and AC Transit, have been busy preparing for the large crowds with planned street closures and expected heavy ridership.
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In celebration of its 2017 NBA championship victory, the Golden State Warriors, along with the City of Oakland, will host a parade and rally in downtown Oakland on Thursday. Public transportation, such as BART and AC Transit, have been busy preparing for the large crowds with planned street closures and expected heavy ridership.
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