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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The image of a lonely woman eating bland, healthy food serves as the soulless inspiration for Sheila Callaghan’s soulful play “Women Laughing Alone with Salad.” It’s loud, it hurts, but oh boy, is it a whole lot more tasty than a lackluster garden salad.
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The image of a lonely woman eating bland, healthy food serves as the soulless inspiration for Sheila Callaghan’s soulful play “Women Laughing Alone with Salad.” It’s loud, it hurts, but oh boy, is it a whole lot more tasty than a lackluster garden salad.
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“Night School” is bad — unwatchably so. Even Haddish, who can turn a grapefruit into a tool of endless humor, can’t save this half-hearted attempt at filmmaking.
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“Night School” is bad — unwatchably so. Even Haddish, who can turn a grapefruit into a tool of endless humor, can’t save this half-hearted attempt at filmmaking.
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“The House with a Clock in Its Walls” is a pure delight: sweet and overly indulgent, propelled by a strong sense of 1950s nostalgia and joy. While you may feel a little bloated by the end, who cares when you had so much fun stuffing your face getting there?
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“The House with a Clock in Its Walls” is a pure delight: sweet and overly indulgent, propelled by a strong sense of 1950s nostalgia and joy. While you may feel a little bloated by the end, who cares when you had so much fun stuffing your face getting there?
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Miguel’s the type of artist played when you want to “chill,” when you want to “vibe” — the human iteration of the term “kickback.”
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Miguel’s the type of artist played when you want to “chill,” when you want to “vibe” — the human iteration of the term “kickback.”
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Throughout the whole runtime of “A Quiet Place,” one will be tempted to ask questions that make the film fall apart if you think about it.
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Throughout the whole runtime of “A Quiet Place,” one will be tempted to ask questions that make the film fall apart if you think about it.
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Part comedy routine, part interview and part Q&A panel, “Front Row” is as experimental as ever. This makes the show all the more genuine.
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Part comedy routine, part interview and part Q&A panel, “Front Row” is as experimental as ever. This makes the show all the more genuine.
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“Muppet Guys Talking” is a film that is low-budget, incredibly uninteresting to look at, uninformative but infinitely endearing.
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“Muppet Guys Talking” is a film that is low-budget, incredibly uninteresting to look at, uninformative but infinitely endearing.
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The play dilutes itself — who cares how or why Gina or Dennis die when the “redo” button will be hit in a couple of minutes, anyway?
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The play dilutes itself — who cares how or why Gina or Dennis die when the “redo” button will be hit in a couple of minutes, anyway?
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The UC system needs to provide resources for students to find affordable housing. The city of Berkeley needs to regulate the quality of its infrastructure.
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The UC system needs to provide resources for students to find affordable housing. The city of Berkeley needs to regulate the quality of its infrastructure.
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Nevertheless, in spite of these initial misgivings, no other adjectives perfectly encapsulate Berkeley Playhouse’s production of “Ragtime.”
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Nevertheless, in spite of these initial misgivings, no other adjectives perfectly encapsulate Berkeley Playhouse’s production of “Ragtime.”
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