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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
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On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
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Though Neel passed away in 1984, her work continues to captivate given its authentic balance between the internal and external characteristics of human beings. On display through July 10 at San Francisco’s de Young Museum, the exhibition features Neel’s comprehensive works, ranging from oil paintings on stretched canvases to illustrations appearing in leftist periodicals.
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Though Neel passed away in 1984, her work continues to captivate given its authentic balance between the internal and external characteristics of human beings. On display through July 10 at San Francisco’s de Young Museum, the exhibition features Neel’s comprehensive works, ranging from oil paintings on stretched canvases to illustrations appearing in leftist periodicals.
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From concerts to local farmers markets, the Bay Area is home to a wide array of venues that are both safe and lively during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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From concerts to local farmers markets, the Bay Area is home to a wide array of venues that are both safe and lively during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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As UC Berkeley students, we're a short BART ride away from San Francisco — one of the most eclectic, eccentric, scenic and lively spots in the world.
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As UC Berkeley students, we're a short BART ride away from San Francisco — one of the most eclectic, eccentric, scenic and lively spots in the world.
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With the COVID-19 lockdown, I’ve been forced to imagine stories, paintings, possibilities and methods of communication without actually experiencing them. But, I realized, that is exactly what Frida Kahlo did all her life. 
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With the COVID-19 lockdown, I’ve been forced to imagine stories, paintings, possibilities and methods of communication without actually experiencing them. But, I realized, that is exactly what Frida Kahlo did all her life. 
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The vision of “The de Young Open” combines two phrases that are not often heard together: “local community” and “the fine arts.”
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The vision of “The de Young Open” combines two phrases that are not often heard together: “local community” and “the fine arts.”
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With “Soul of a Nation” exploring the range of the Black experience in two prominent decades of its history, the de Young brings viewers the chance to put the Black back in Black history month.
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With “Soul of a Nation” exploring the range of the Black experience in two prominent decades of its history, the de Young brings viewers the chance to put the Black back in Black history month.
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While planning out the end of your month, explore the educational opportunities available to learn about Black history and celebrate the cultures that thrive year-round.
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While planning out the end of your month, explore the educational opportunities available to learn about Black history and celebrate the cultures that thrive year-round.
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On Wednesday, relax midday with this week’s noon concert in Hertz Hall, presented by the University Baroque Ensemble.
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On Wednesday, relax midday with this week’s noon concert in Hertz Hall, presented by the University Baroque Ensemble.
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Maybe you already have tickets to St. Lucia’s concert tonight at August Hall, or maybe you’re willing to splurge to buy them at the last minute. But if not, spend a night with the other saints of 2010s pop music: Vincent, Raymond and Motel.
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Maybe you already have tickets to St. Lucia’s concert tonight at August Hall, or maybe you’re willing to splurge to buy them at the last minute. But if not, spend a night with the other saints of 2010s pop music: Vincent, Raymond and Motel.
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