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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Ryan Tuozzolo

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On Friday, tie up your tennis shoes and resist the shopping craze of Black Friday by taking a stroll instead.
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On Friday, tie up your tennis shoes and resist the shopping craze of Black Friday by taking a stroll instead.
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The establishment of “No Spectators” in the East Bay feels appropriate considering the gathering’s Bay Area roots.
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The establishment of “No Spectators” in the East Bay feels appropriate considering the gathering’s Bay Area roots.
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On Wednesday, relax midday with this week’s noon concert in Hertz Hall, presented by the University Baroque Ensemble.
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On Wednesday, relax midday with this week’s noon concert in Hertz Hall, presented by the University Baroque Ensemble.
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The festival spoke to SWMRS’ commitment to stubborn joy.
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The festival spoke to SWMRS’ commitment to stubborn joy.
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Broadly, the exhibit is about repair, a concept Attia has chewed over in both his writings and his visual art.
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Broadly, the exhibit is about repair, a concept Attia has chewed over in both his writings and his visual art.
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With Halloween just around the corner, a plethora of Halloween-related festivities are scheduled throughout the Bay.
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With Halloween just around the corner, a plethora of Halloween-related festivities are scheduled throughout the Bay.
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Wednesday’s your chance to get a guided tour of the “Strange” at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA.
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Wednesday’s your chance to get a guided tour of the “Strange” at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA.
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While vastly ranging in medium — from paper lanterns to ink paintings — the works included in “Changing and Unchanging” are united by a sense of “groundedness” in the actual world.
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While vastly ranging in medium — from paper lanterns to ink paintings — the works included in “Changing and Unchanging” are united by a sense of “groundedness” in the actual world.
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After nearly 25 years of service to BAMPFA, what does Rinder feel most gratified by? In addition to his efforts to tie the museum more closely to the campus and the Berkeley community at large, he pointed to his curatorial work. Each exhibition he’s curated — of which there have been over a hundred — has left its mark on him in one way or another.
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After nearly 25 years of service to BAMPFA, what does Rinder feel most gratified by? In addition to his efforts to tie the museum more closely to the campus and the Berkeley community at large, he pointed to his curatorial work. Each exhibition he’s curated — of which there have been over a hundred — has left its mark on him in one way or another.
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Any exigency of the current climate catastrophe that the show might have set out to achieve, however, loses potency in the overwhelming cheesiness of its delivery.
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Any exigency of the current climate catastrophe that the show might have set out to achieve, however, loses potency in the overwhelming cheesiness of its delivery.
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