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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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If you've been on social media the past few weeks, you've probably seen the "The Earth is healing, we are the virus" memes that are being thrown around. In honor of Earth Day, please enjoy this very serious analysis of some of our favorites!
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If you've been on social media the past few weeks, you've probably seen the "The Earth is healing, we are the virus" memes that are being thrown around. In honor of Earth Day, please enjoy this very serious analysis of some of our favorites!
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Depending on how long you’ve been around, 2010 can feel like it was just yesterday — or it can feel like half a lifetime ago (literally).
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Depending on how long you’ve been around, 2010 can feel like it was just yesterday — or it can feel like half a lifetime ago (literally).
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While it may be more forgettable in this history of animated films, “The Secret Life of Pets 2” serves its purpose as an entertaining family movie for kids and pets alike.   
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While it may be more forgettable in this history of animated films, “The Secret Life of Pets 2” serves its purpose as an entertaining family movie for kids and pets alike.   
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A verbose, genuinely unpredictable shindig, “Sorry to Bother You” marks the directorial debut of hip-hop artist and Oakland’s own Boots Riley.
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A verbose, genuinely unpredictable shindig, “Sorry to Bother You” marks the directorial debut of hip-hop artist and Oakland’s own Boots Riley.
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Those watching “The Book of Henry” will likely belong to four categories — Trevorrow fans, the average moviegoer seeking a sweet family film like “Mrs. Doubtfire,” those craving a grim vision of “Home Alone” and curious “Star Wars” fans. Though these moviegoers are vastly different, all will walk away with more than what they asked for.
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Those watching “The Book of Henry” will likely belong to four categories — Trevorrow fans, the average moviegoer seeking a sweet family film like “Mrs. Doubtfire,” those craving a grim vision of “Home Alone” and curious “Star Wars” fans. Though these moviegoers are vastly different, all will walk away with more than what they asked for.
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