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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Vincent Tran

Vincent Tran joined The Daily Californian's arts & entertainment staff in spring 2020. His previous roles include music beat reporter (fall 2020, spring 2021), fashion beat reporter (spring 2021) and deputy arts & entertainment editor (summer 2021). In fall 2021, he served as the head arts & entertainment editor.

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Porches delivered its sound in full, resulting in a modestly thrilling and charming-as-hell hour of the band’s signature homespun vibe.
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Porches delivered its sound in full, resulting in a modestly thrilling and charming-as-hell hour of the band’s signature homespun vibe.
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The artist’s March 5 stint at The Warfield delivered an engrossing set of non-stop infectious house music paired with impeccable stage design.
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The artist’s March 5 stint at The Warfield delivered an engrossing set of non-stop infectious house music paired with impeccable stage design.
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The Wombats, the Liverpool group known for zany, indie-rock-leaning pop songs, drew a crowd of staunch fans ready for the band’s high-energy live show.
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The Wombats, the Liverpool group known for zany, indie-rock-leaning pop songs, drew a crowd of staunch fans ready for the band’s high-energy live show.
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Kogonoda’s latest is at once universally and deeply personally felt — a self-reflective, nuanced journey that uncovers hidden emotions and profundity within every viewer.
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Kogonoda’s latest is at once universally and deeply personally felt — a self-reflective, nuanced journey that uncovers hidden emotions and profundity within every viewer.
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The Sundance program showcases a unique array of stories spanning genre and perspective. At The Daily Californian, arts reporters Vincent Tran and Megha Ganapathy and arts editor Maya Thompson have stepped up to explore this vast selection.
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The Sundance program showcases a unique array of stories spanning genre and perspective. At The Daily Californian, arts reporters Vincent Tran and Megha Ganapathy and arts editor Maya Thompson have stepped up to explore this vast selection.
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Brilliant from scene to scene, it’s an often-hilarious, almost-always electric rush of both ‘70s nostalgia and youthful charm, as its central characters navigate a collision course connection on their path to discovering the realest versions of themselves.
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Brilliant from scene to scene, it’s an often-hilarious, almost-always electric rush of both ‘70s nostalgia and youthful charm, as its central characters navigate a collision course connection on their path to discovering the realest versions of themselves.
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“Licorice Pizza” is one of the most blissful, hilarious films of the year, a rare sunny two hours of coming-of-age and emotion truly seen in the effervescent Encino sun. For Haim, the experience behind the camera is just as memorable as what audiences see in front of it.
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“Licorice Pizza” is one of the most blissful, hilarious films of the year, a rare sunny two hours of coming-of-age and emotion truly seen in the effervescent Encino sun. For Haim, the experience behind the camera is just as memorable as what audiences see in front of it.
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The DJ’s set Nov. 28 at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium drew yet another large, rave-ready crowd eager to dance the night away.
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The DJ’s set Nov. 28 at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium drew yet another large, rave-ready crowd eager to dance the night away.
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Here are The Daily Californian’s picks for the best in film, music and television in an outstanding year for arts and entertainment.
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Here are The Daily Californian’s picks for the best in film, music and television in an outstanding year for arts and entertainment.
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Head in the Clouds 2021 proved itself the strongest iteration yet of one of the newest festivals to emerge in the Los Angeles area.
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Head in the Clouds 2021 proved itself the strongest iteration yet of one of the newest festivals to emerge in the Los Angeles area.
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