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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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The trauma of recently losing a loved one has impacted my feelings about the new school year more than I had expected.
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The trauma of recently losing a loved one has impacted my feelings about the new school year more than I had expected.
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Personally, I think the emptiness you feel after finishing a great TV show you’ve been engrossed in for a while is the most universal emotion of all.
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Personally, I think the emptiness you feel after finishing a great TV show you’ve been engrossed in for a while is the most universal emotion of all.
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On top of the confusion and chaos that come from living through a pandemic, many are also experiencing loss. I personally have lost five friends in the past six months alone.
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On top of the confusion and chaos that come from living through a pandemic, many are also experiencing loss. I personally have lost five friends in the past six months alone.
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KKB eschews bubblegum poptimism for an unhinged new sound on its latest two records, EP TOTEP and album Time ‘n’ Place. The band’s new influences are varied: Lobban credits acts such as Judy and Mary, Sweet Trip and Citrus.
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KKB eschews bubblegum poptimism for an unhinged new sound on its latest two records, EP TOTEP and album Time ‘n’ Place. The band’s new influences are varied: Lobban credits acts such as Judy and Mary, Sweet Trip and Citrus.
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Allie Light is no stranger to the world of filmmaking, having spent more than 25 years in the proverbial director’s chair over a filmography of 12 projects. But when she began production on her most recent project, she faced a cinematic challenge entirely different than any she had ever encountered behind the camera.
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Allie Light is no stranger to the world of filmmaking, having spent more than 25 years in the proverbial director’s chair over a filmography of 12 projects. But when she began production on her most recent project, she faced a cinematic challenge entirely different than any she had ever encountered behind the camera.
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Playing at The Marsh in San Francisco starting Sept. 20, “Bravo 25” explores themes of human interaction and the relationship between people and technology. Written by Gibson herself, the show draws upon her real-life experiences as a therapist and humanitarian worker.
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Playing at The Marsh in San Francisco starting Sept. 20, “Bravo 25” explores themes of human interaction and the relationship between people and technology. Written by Gibson herself, the show draws upon her real-life experiences as a therapist and humanitarian worker.
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As the blood rushes through our highly-caffeinated bodies, we reflect back on the road of grief that got us to this point.
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As the blood rushes through our highly-caffeinated bodies, we reflect back on the road of grief that got us to this point.
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It’s the height of summer, but theaters around the Bay Area are currently resplendent in a wide variety of amazing pictures right now, from tentpole superhero movies to quiet, meditative micro-budget films
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It’s the height of summer, but theaters around the Bay Area are currently resplendent in a wide variety of amazing pictures right now, from tentpole superhero movies to quiet, meditative micro-budget films
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There are, in fact, two ghosts in David Lowery's “A Ghost Story.” One is played by Casey Affleck, covered in a white hospital morgue sheet with two hastily cut eye holes. The other is us.
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There are, in fact, two ghosts in David Lowery's “A Ghost Story.” One is played by Casey Affleck, covered in a white hospital morgue sheet with two hastily cut eye holes. The other is us.
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