BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 29, 2022

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Combining bright guitars with complex but fluid synth sounds, Cones is creating its own classy, melancholy pop genre that refuses to conform to the typical punk-inspired indie music seen today.
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Combining bright guitars with complex but fluid synth sounds, Cones is creating its own classy, melancholy pop genre that refuses to conform to the typical punk-inspired indie music seen today.
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Sudan Archives left the stage to the tune of momentous applause, and the magical atmosphere of violin strings, electronic beats and willowy vocals departed with her. 
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Sudan Archives left the stage to the tune of momentous applause, and the magical atmosphere of violin strings, electronic beats and willowy vocals departed with her. 
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Berkeley-based rapper Caleborate is still optimistic — he’s about to kick off his second tour in Berkeley for "Real Person."
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Berkeley-based rapper Caleborate is still optimistic — he’s about to kick off his second tour in Berkeley for "Real Person."
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Whether you choose to attend concerts all around the Bay, compete in a nerdier Winter Olympics or marvel at aerial stunts, our picks have you covered.
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Whether you choose to attend concerts all around the Bay, compete in a nerdier Winter Olympics or marvel at aerial stunts, our picks have you covered.
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This year marked the fifth iteration of the open-to-the-public festival, donations to which benefited the Mission Language and Vocational School.
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This year marked the fifth iteration of the open-to-the-public festival, donations to which benefited the Mission Language and Vocational School.
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