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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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From Christopher John Rogers’ color-blocking to Dolce & Gabbana corsetry, here are the best-dressed celebs from an Italophilic film major’s biggest week.
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From Christopher John Rogers’ color-blocking to Dolce & Gabbana corsetry, here are the best-dressed celebs from an Italophilic film major’s biggest week.
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This year was my first Diwali away from home. Here's a quick and delicious recipe of one of my favorite Diwali sweets, coconut laddoos.
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This year was my first Diwali away from home. Here's a quick and delicious recipe of one of my favorite Diwali sweets, coconut laddoos.
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Crowd surfing has been around for almost 50 years in the communities of any edgy genre you can think of — rock, punk, metal, ska, post-hardcore and the like. If you’ve ever been toward the front of the crowd at one of those concerts, you’ve probably been kicked in the head by more than a few pairs of Dr. Martens.
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Crowd surfing has been around for almost 50 years in the communities of any edgy genre you can think of — rock, punk, metal, ska, post-hardcore and the like. If you’ve ever been toward the front of the crowd at one of those concerts, you’ve probably been kicked in the head by more than a few pairs of Dr. Martens.
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For the first time since its conception and after a yearlong hiatus during 2017, Treasure Island Music Festival was not hosted on Treasure Island, but instead at Oakland’s Middle Harbor Shoreline Park.
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For the first time since its conception and after a yearlong hiatus during 2017, Treasure Island Music Festival was not hosted on Treasure Island, but instead at Oakland’s Middle Harbor Shoreline Park.
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In a sea of black leather jackets, Cigarettes After Sex brought its ethereal, atmospheric sound to Treasure Island Music Festival on Sunday.
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In a sea of black leather jackets, Cigarettes After Sex brought its ethereal, atmospheric sound to Treasure Island Music Festival on Sunday.
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Just as in the first song of the group’s sophomore album, the members of Hiatus Kaiyote introduced themselves with escalating synths — a crescendo reminiscent of THX’s iconic “Deep Note.” “Choose your weapon,” Nai Palm sang to the audience. She seemed determined to make full use of her voice.
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Just as in the first song of the group’s sophomore album, the members of Hiatus Kaiyote introduced themselves with escalating synths — a crescendo reminiscent of THX’s iconic “Deep Note.” “Choose your weapon,” Nai Palm sang to the audience. She seemed determined to make full use of her voice.
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Grey Davies, a campus junior and rising musician, performed a set of songs off her first album as part of Balanced BreakFEST 2018 in San Francisco, a three-day music festival in the Mission District.
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Grey Davies, a campus junior and rising musician, performed a set of songs off her first album as part of Balanced BreakFEST 2018 in San Francisco, a three-day music festival in the Mission District.
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Beginning with a few memorable tracks off of The World Is Yours, Rich took ownership of both the stage and the audience, inspiring the crowd to dance and rap along with him as he made his way across the stage in an effortlessly breezy manner.
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Beginning with a few memorable tracks off of The World Is Yours, Rich took ownership of both the stage and the audience, inspiring the crowd to dance and rap along with him as he made his way across the stage in an effortlessly breezy manner.
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Despite not being slated as one of Rolling Loud 2018’s headliners, Philadelphia native Lil Uzi Vert concocted perhaps the most memorable performance to grace the festival.
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Despite not being slated as one of Rolling Loud 2018’s headliners, Philadelphia native Lil Uzi Vert concocted perhaps the most memorable performance to grace the festival.
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Self-described as playing “futuristic funk” and “soulful rap,” the 26-year-old St. Louis-based rapper’s sound and voice is reminiscent of his contemporary, Chance the Rapper, but with an overall emphasis that it’s for the bedroom.
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Self-described as playing “futuristic funk” and “soulful rap,” the 26-year-old St. Louis-based rapper’s sound and voice is reminiscent of his contemporary, Chance the Rapper, but with an overall emphasis that it’s for the bedroom.
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