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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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The release of her latest two singles, “Billions” and “Long Road Home,” commence Polachek’s bifurcated dip into strange and ineffable waters.
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The release of her latest two singles, “Billions” and “Long Road Home,” commence Polachek’s bifurcated dip into strange and ineffable waters.
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Entering a new era of Lana — one of minimal production, near-unaltered vocals and entrancing songwriting galore — the LP is Del Rey’s best work yet and is certainly worth being thrown on repeat for months, even years to come.
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Entering a new era of Lana — one of minimal production, near-unaltered vocals and entrancing songwriting galore — the LP is Del Rey’s best work yet and is certainly worth being thrown on repeat for months, even years to come.
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Berkeley’s Shotgun Players, with direction by Patrick Dooley, uses its firm grasp on the story and its characters to produce a captivating production that does justice to the intricacies of Stoppard’s writing.
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Berkeley’s Shotgun Players, with direction by Patrick Dooley, uses its firm grasp on the story and its characters to produce a captivating production that does justice to the intricacies of Stoppard’s writing.
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“Head Over Heels,” an Elizabethan-era musical set to the tune of the Go-Go’s’ greatest hits, showed for its pre-Broadway premiere Wednesday evening.
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“Head Over Heels,” an Elizabethan-era musical set to the tune of the Go-Go’s’ greatest hits, showed for its pre-Broadway premiere Wednesday evening.
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