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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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On Dec. 1, the San Francisco Symphony played the symphony to end all symphonies: Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 9.” The German composer’s widely-regarded masterpiece was preceded by two works new to the SF Symphony: Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s one-movement “Ballade,” and Michael Abels’ “Emerge.” 
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On Dec. 1, the San Francisco Symphony played the symphony to end all symphonies: Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 9.” The German composer’s widely-regarded masterpiece was preceded by two works new to the SF Symphony: Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s one-movement “Ballade,” and Michael Abels’ “Emerge.” 
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At its bones, “Wendell & Wild” makes up for its slightly muddy plot with groundbreaking representation and its fresh take on the children’s horror stop-motion genre.
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At its bones, “Wendell & Wild” makes up for its slightly muddy plot with groundbreaking representation and its fresh take on the children’s horror stop-motion genre.
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"Nope" is an imaginative sci-fi that dips in and out of the Western, layering the grit of a family way out west with the extraterrestrial, the impossible.
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"Nope" is an imaginative sci-fi that dips in and out of the Western, layering the grit of a family way out west with the extraterrestrial, the impossible.
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Horror movies are experiencing a renaissance right now. Like me, you might've wanted to see them and participate in the discourse but were too scared.
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Horror movies are experiencing a renaissance right now. Like me, you might've wanted to see them and participate in the discourse but were too scared.
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Here's a guide to some of the most exciting 2020 movies that are finally coming out in 2021 after being delayed due to the pandemic.
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Here's a guide to some of the most exciting 2020 movies that are finally coming out in 2021 after being delayed due to the pandemic.
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In an era of one Netflix production after another, “The Binding” is, well, just another. Nothing about director Domenico Emanuele de Feudis’ Netflix debut screams extraordinary.
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In an era of one Netflix production after another, “The Binding” is, well, just another. Nothing about director Domenico Emanuele de Feudis’ Netflix debut screams extraordinary.
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With streaming services still putting out episodes, we at the Clog encourage you to kick back, relax and binge-watch any of these 10 TV shows — for the sake of the world, of course.
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With streaming services still putting out episodes, we at the Clog encourage you to kick back, relax and binge-watch any of these 10 TV shows — for the sake of the world, of course.
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Universally celebrated for their sharp, socio-political commentary, their stories all, to varying degrees, revolve around a moderately sympathetic lower class violently rising up against the elite.
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Universally celebrated for their sharp, socio-political commentary, their stories all, to varying degrees, revolve around a moderately sympathetic lower class violently rising up against the elite.
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The heavily stylized revenge fantasy follows a troupe of vigilantes known as “the Hunt” as they track and kill Nazi war criminals in 1970s New York.
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The heavily stylized revenge fantasy follows a troupe of vigilantes known as “the Hunt” as they track and kill Nazi war criminals in 1970s New York.
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