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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Sophie-Marie Prime

Sophie-Marie is a senior staff arts & entertainment reporter and television beat. She joined The Daily Californian in spring 2017 and was television beat the following summer, before becoming fall assistant arts editor that year.

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“Three Billboards” is pretty much useless. It masquerades as a progressive narrative, only to generate pages upon pages of discourse about what’s not there.
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“Three Billboards” is pretty much useless. It masquerades as a progressive narrative, only to generate pages upon pages of discourse about what’s not there.
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The following shows might spice up your evening, make you laugh or spark an existential crisis, but they’re all enjoyable alone, with dates or with friends.
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The following shows might spice up your evening, make you laugh or spark an existential crisis, but they’re all enjoyable alone, with dates or with friends.
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"Grey's Anatomy" made space for conversations about mental health and intersectional experiences within professional environments.
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"Grey's Anatomy" made space for conversations about mental health and intersectional experiences within professional environments.
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We should all be thankful for shows like “Grey’s Anatomy,” and we shouldn’t discount the power of television and film to explore diverse experiences.
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We should all be thankful for shows like “Grey’s Anatomy,” and we shouldn’t discount the power of television and film to explore diverse experiences.
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This week, "Grey's Anatomy" continued to uplift survivors’ stories through its characters, by highlighting the physical toll of emotional labor.
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This week, "Grey's Anatomy" continued to uplift survivors’ stories through its characters, by highlighting the physical toll of emotional labor.
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Last week, Shonda Rhimes’ Thursday night (#TGIT) series “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder” returned with gutting plots.
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Last week, Shonda Rhimes’ Thursday night (#TGIT) series “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder” returned with gutting plots.
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With the first part of season two behind us and the supposed Black Hood eliminated, we can speculate on what lies ahead for our beloved town.
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With the first part of season two behind us and the supposed Black Hood eliminated, we can speculate on what lies ahead for our beloved town.
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Both “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder” dove right back into where they left off from their winter finales.
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Both “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder” dove right back into where they left off from their winter finales.
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The film's narrative challenges its apparent attempt at seriousness, but there’s no question as to whether “The Shape of Water” is visually stunning.
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The film's narrative challenges its apparent attempt at seriousness, but there’s no question as to whether “The Shape of Water” is visually stunning.
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Thus, the answer to “why now?” is both “because forever” and “because a man who bragged about sexually assaulting women was elected president.”
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Thus, the answer to “why now?” is both “because forever” and “because a man who bragged about sexually assaulting women was elected president.”
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