Fashion Fridays: First edition

Welcome to the first in a series of the Daily Cal’s Fashion Fridays, where your intrepid, handsome, intelligent (and single) fashion photographers will bring you samples of the best street style Berkeley has to offer. Check in every Friday for more shots of your very own UC Berkeley students who
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Fashion Week Wackiness

It’s fashion week season again, and in New York, Milan, London and Paris, designers are showing their new collections for 2012. Although high fashion, especially couture, often has a reputation for bordering ridiculous, it doesn’t hurt to dream a little. So, instead of drooling over the pieces that everyone is
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Best Actress: The two frontrunners are also very close friends

So we’ve covered three of the four acting categories over the past three days. Today, let’s talk about Best Actress. After last year’s banner Oscar lineup, this year was bound to disappoint; and though this year’s lineup does not contain considerably less substantial performances, it leaves us with something more
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Oscar Predictions

As a companion piece to the puff piece — I mean the column — I wrote this week about the upcoming 84th Academy Awards, which airs this Sunday, I thought I would share my picks and predictions for what seems destined to be yet another relatively safe and predictable Oscar year. You probably will
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Chris Brown and Rihanna Reconcile through Remixes

Whether as a sign of truce or just to create some buzz, Chris Brown and Rihanna released two remixes featuring each other this past weekend. It’s hard to forget the Grammys night three years ago when it got out that Chris Brown was assaulting Rihanna, his girlfriend at the time.
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Onstage: 2012 Oscars Nominees in Theater

With all the Oscars hype (after all, they are coming up this Sunday), I thought I might jump on the bandwagon from a theater-goer’s perspective. So this post is dedicated to some of the 2012 lead and supporting actor nominees that have done memorable work on the stage as well.
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State of the Art: Redball, Manifest Destiny!, HANDSTYLE

Abroad: RedBall Project Artist Kurt Perschke invites you to interact, touch and play with his public sculpture, a 15 foot 250 pound blowup ball. Since his first project in St Louis, he has been installing the same vinyl red ball in cities worldwide such as Abu Dhabi, Taipei and Barcelona.
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