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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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On Wet Leg, the listener finds themself navigating narrators who always seem to be a bit over it — good or bad.
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On Wet Leg, the listener finds themself navigating narrators who always seem to be a bit over it — good or bad.
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There is no dearth of ambition in Robert Eggers’ third feature, which forsakes arid Viking drudgery — the kind mired in the myriad folktales “The Northman” sources from — for orgiastic, chainmail-clad antics.
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There is no dearth of ambition in Robert Eggers’ third feature, which forsakes arid Viking drudgery — the kind mired in the myriad folktales “The Northman” sources from — for orgiastic, chainmail-clad antics.
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In a virtual press conference with The Daily Californian, deputy arts editor and senior staff reporter Taila Lee spoke to the night’s winners.
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In a virtual press conference with The Daily Californian, deputy arts editor and senior staff reporter Taila Lee spoke to the night’s winners.
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A constellation of avante-garde artistry and important warnings about the abuse of nature’s delicate balance, Cornucopia burned awe and dread into the audience’s collective mind.
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A constellation of avante-garde artistry and important warnings about the abuse of nature’s delicate balance, Cornucopia burned awe and dread into the audience’s collective mind.
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Now that summer is here, many people are trying to figure out how to spend their free time. Check out this list of summer activities based on your zodiac sign.
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Now that summer is here, many people are trying to figure out how to spend their free time. Check out this list of summer activities based on your zodiac sign.
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In the true spirit of Valentine's Day’s uglier half, this playlist is packed with bitter and angry, but upbeat and uplifting songs casting away the guise of a functioning relationship.
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In the true spirit of Valentine's Day’s uglier half, this playlist is packed with bitter and angry, but upbeat and uplifting songs casting away the guise of a functioning relationship.
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The mélange of students coming and going produces a sense of departure, if not from the area, then from the normalcy and comfort of routine.
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The mélange of students coming and going produces a sense of departure, if not from the area, then from the normalcy and comfort of routine.
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Held in a small theater space of the PianoFight bar in downtown San Francisco, "Infinite Bitch" was a holistic celebration of femininity and womanhood.
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Held in a small theater space of the PianoFight bar in downtown San Francisco, "Infinite Bitch" was a holistic celebration of femininity and womanhood.
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While the United States perhaps best remembers Kimbra from her bridge on Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know,” her music is a radical departure from that austerity.
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While the United States perhaps best remembers Kimbra from her bridge on Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know,” her music is a radical departure from that austerity.
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