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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Nathalie Grogan

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Bay Area author William Brewer’s debut novel “The Red Arrow” is the raw, tumultuous and gripping journey of a man plagued by suicidal depression and self deprecation who finds hope and healing in psychedelic mushroom treatment.
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Bay Area author William Brewer’s debut novel “The Red Arrow” is the raw, tumultuous and gripping journey of a man plagued by suicidal depression and self deprecation who finds hope and healing in psychedelic mushroom treatment.
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This one-man production melds journalistic theater with comedy to analyze the sociopolitical impact of markers of division on individuals and communities.
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This one-man production melds journalistic theater with comedy to analyze the sociopolitical impact of markers of division on individuals and communities.
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His critiques of Western systems and institutions offer vast opportunities for critical thinking, self-reflection and active engagement.
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His critiques of Western systems and institutions offer vast opportunities for critical thinking, self-reflection and active engagement.
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“Color into Line” brims with inspiration and exceptional talent, filled with a variety of techniques, subjects, and historical moments.
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“Color into Line” brims with inspiration and exceptional talent, filled with a variety of techniques, subjects, and historical moments.
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Although the album is characteristically outlandish in its vocal ranges, Punk offers a raw vulnerability that Young Thug has not revealed before.
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Although the album is characteristically outlandish in its vocal ranges, Punk offers a raw vulnerability that Young Thug has not revealed before.
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Moving into the main gallery, Singhal’s poignant use of color, expressive brushstrokes and deeply impactful conceptions flood the space.
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Moving into the main gallery, Singhal’s poignant use of color, expressive brushstrokes and deeply impactful conceptions flood the space.
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In contemplation of materiality and excess, explored through a multimedia use of packaging materials, the artists’ exhibition, titled “Everything and More: Padding Ourselves from the Materiality of Excess” drew to a close on Thursday evening at Dream Farm Commons in Downtown Oakland. 
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In contemplation of materiality and excess, explored through a multimedia use of packaging materials, the artists’ exhibition, titled “Everything and More: Padding Ourselves from the Materiality of Excess” drew to a close on Thursday evening at Dream Farm Commons in Downtown Oakland. 
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Leer’s performance brings Douglass’ narrative to life and adds new depth to this American classic.
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Leer’s performance brings Douglass’ narrative to life and adds new depth to this American classic.
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Much like 2020, the storyline has no singular beginning, end or objective. Rather, each scene speaks to a different aspect of the universal 2020 experience.
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Much like 2020, the storyline has no singular beginning, end or objective. Rather, each scene speaks to a different aspect of the universal 2020 experience.
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The exceptional abilities of this drama’s cast are what truly bring “The Bluest Eye” to life.
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The exceptional abilities of this drama’s cast are what truly bring “The Bluest Eye” to life.
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