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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect 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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My heart races, my chest feels hot and my fingers tingle. The voice in my head is me — or rather, it’s my anxiety telling me that I can’t and shouldn’t write.
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My heart races, my chest feels hot and my fingers tingle. The voice in my head is me — or rather, it’s my anxiety telling me that I can’t and shouldn’t write.
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With so many popular libraries and luncheries to choose from, we could all use a magic eight ball to help us choose our study spots.
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With so many popular libraries and luncheries to choose from, we could all use a magic eight ball to help us choose our study spots.
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The “Riverdale” writers have fans wrapped around their fingers as these characters flip-flop from hot-to-cold within and across episodes. And that’s to say nothing of the weather in Riverdale.
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The “Riverdale” writers have fans wrapped around their fingers as these characters flip-flop from hot-to-cold within and across episodes. And that’s to say nothing of the weather in Riverdale.
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This week’s episodes are the midseason finales for both “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder,” and while both shows leave us with Earth-shattering cliffhangers, neither disappoints in terms of drama.
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This week’s episodes are the midseason finales for both “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder,” and while both shows leave us with Earth-shattering cliffhangers, neither disappoints in terms of drama.
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Making a joke to avoid accountability is the cornerstone of white privilege. But “Get Out” will not be silenced, and neither will its director.
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Making a joke to avoid accountability is the cornerstone of white privilege. But “Get Out” will not be silenced, and neither will its director.
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The grass is greener on the “Grey’s” side than it is on that of “Murder,” but there are still lofty trails ahead for all the residents of Shondaland.
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The grass is greener on the “Grey’s” side than it is on that of “Murder,” but there are still lofty trails ahead for all the residents of Shondaland.
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As they reach the midpoint in their seasons, it’s near-inevitable that “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder” would hit lulls in their respective dramatic climbs.
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As they reach the midpoint in their seasons, it’s near-inevitable that “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder” would hit lulls in their respective dramatic climbs.
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Both “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder” focused on unresolved conflicts this week: “Grey’s” between siblings and “Murder” between lover
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Both “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder” focused on unresolved conflicts this week: “Grey’s” between siblings and “Murder” between lover
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It appears that, on this “Infinite Content” tour, Arcade Fire is trying to compensate for its comparatively lackluster new album, Everything Now.
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It appears that, on this “Infinite Content” tour, Arcade Fire is trying to compensate for its comparatively lackluster new album, Everything Now.
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“You have no children, you don’t know what it feels like to lose them,” Soraya screams, calling to the audience to recognize that not only did Annalise recently lose Wes, she also lost her baby in-utero years ago.
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“You have no children, you don’t know what it feels like to lose them,” Soraya screams, calling to the audience to recognize that not only did Annalise recently lose Wes, she also lost her baby in-utero years ago.
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