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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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On Saturday, Green Day returned to the Bay Area for a special headliner homecoming performance, and Kali Uchis and Rina Sawayama served divine, slayful sets at Twin Peaks.
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On Saturday, Green Day returned to the Bay Area for a special headliner homecoming performance, and Kali Uchis and Rina Sawayama served divine, slayful sets at Twin Peaks.
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Omar Apollo’s first full-length album Ivory, released April 8, is his most experimental work yet, exploring alternative and hip-hop genres while never straying too far from the artist’s R&B roots.
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Omar Apollo’s first full-length album Ivory, released April 8, is his most experimental work yet, exploring alternative and hip-hop genres while never straying too far from the artist’s R&B roots.
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In her latest release, Kali Uchis uses her dreamy melodies and heartful voice to create music using both Spanish and English lyrics.
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In her latest release, Kali Uchis uses her dreamy melodies and heartful voice to create music using both Spanish and English lyrics.
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When Kali Uchis and Rico Nasty bring out their stiletto heels and brass knuckles for a music video, you already know the song means business. 
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When Kali Uchis and Rico Nasty bring out their stiletto heels and brass knuckles for a music video, you already know the song means business. 
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Uchis explores concepts of self-love and reinvention while simultaneously playing around with her musical approach and revisiting older tracks. 
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Uchis explores concepts of self-love and reinvention while simultaneously playing around with her musical approach and revisiting older tracks. 
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This album is part of the band’s foray into making music as an independent entity, bringing together a variety of singles the Free Nationals released in the past couple of years.
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This album is part of the band’s foray into making music as an independent entity, bringing together a variety of singles the Free Nationals released in the past couple of years.
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Would you look at that! It's already our next three-day break: Veterans Day weekend. We recommend you take this opportunity to get the heck out of Berkeley.
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Would you look at that! It's already our next three-day break: Veterans Day weekend. We recommend you take this opportunity to get the heck out of Berkeley.
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This year, women are at the forefront of modern music. From those already at the top of their game, such as ponytail-wearing superstar Ariana Grande, to those just getting started, such as U.K. R&B singer Jorja Smith, female artists have dominated 2018’s soundtrack with their bops, ballads and visual albums.
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This year, women are at the forefront of modern music. From those already at the top of their game, such as ponytail-wearing superstar Ariana Grande, to those just getting started, such as U.K. R&B singer Jorja Smith, female artists have dominated 2018’s soundtrack with their bops, ballads and visual albums.
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Velazquez is doing everything in her power to keep her grades strong: “I’m just really, really adamant about maintaining a strong presence,” she said. “I deserve to be here, and I want to be here. But in order to do that, you have to put the work in.”
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Velazquez is doing everything in her power to keep her grades strong: “I’m just really, really adamant about maintaining a strong presence,” she said. “I deserve to be here, and I want to be here. But in order to do that, you have to put the work in.”
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Kali Uchis began her set from behind a curtain, her silhouette perfectly framed by a spotlight, the stage lit by red floor lights. Arching her back as she cooed the opening of “Dead To Me,” she soon cut through the curtain’s central split and appeared.
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Kali Uchis began her set from behind a curtain, her silhouette perfectly framed by a spotlight, the stage lit by red floor lights. Arching her back as she cooed the opening of “Dead To Me,” she soon cut through the curtain’s central split and appeared.
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