Berkeley book festival explores beyond the bookish

You can capture, to some degree, any human experience with the written word. It was only appropriate, then, that the Bay Area Book Festival covered an array of topics that extended far beyond the bookish. On June 4 and 5, white tents lined Allston Way and Milvia St. from 10
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Fan Huang’s Picks of the Week

Stress can be overwhelming with midterms, projects and papers on the horizon. Luckily for us, this week we can take a trip to Schoolboy Q’s Los Angeles, listen to local indie rock bands, watch an erotic French film or spend a relaxing afternoon with a comic book. Schoolboy Q’s Oxymoron
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Humble Comics graphically depicts Far East history

When Gene Luen Yang entered the comic book world, he had humble beginnings in the literal sense. He began self-publishing under the name Humble Comics. His most popular work, “American Born Chinese,” was the first graphic novel to be a finalist for the National Book Award. He also continues to
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