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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 05, 2022

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Dust settled, fog lifted and fireworks flared in San Francisco to welcome headliners SZA, Green Day, Post Malone and other sensational acts August 5 to 7.
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Dust settled, fog lifted and fireworks flared in San Francisco to welcome headliners SZA, Green Day, Post Malone and other sensational acts August 5 to 7.
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Friday boasted not only the most unreal and cathartic sets of the weekend, but also a selfie between a headliner and a stage crasher.
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Friday boasted not only the most unreal and cathartic sets of the weekend, but also a selfie between a headliner and a stage crasher.
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A little unhinged, vulnerable and heartbreaking, SZA’s record will forever perfectly encapsulate fighting my imperfectionism.
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A little unhinged, vulnerable and heartbreaking, SZA’s record will forever perfectly encapsulate fighting my imperfectionism.
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In a virtual press conference with The Daily Californian, deputy arts editor and senior staff reporter Taila Lee spoke to the night’s winners.
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In a virtual press conference with The Daily Californian, deputy arts editor and senior staff reporter Taila Lee spoke to the night’s winners.
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With her debut album 'Sour,' Olivia Rodrigo redefined the boundaries of success for a new artist — an achievement that alone already earns the LP the title of pop album of the year.
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With her debut album 'Sour,' Olivia Rodrigo redefined the boundaries of success for a new artist — an achievement that alone already earns the LP the title of pop album of the year.
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Across its 12 songs, Blake himself becomes the focus —  the spacious, haunting soundscapes he once roamed like a ghostly spectre have almost entirely receded, giving his choir-boy vocals and sincerity a chance to carry the weight.
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Across its 12 songs, Blake himself becomes the focus —  the spacious, haunting soundscapes he once roamed like a ghostly spectre have almost entirely receded, giving his choir-boy vocals and sincerity a chance to carry the weight.
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From Doja Cat’s Thom Browne “worm dress” to Lil Nas X’s gender-fluid Versace ensemble, here are The Daily Californian’s picks for best-dressed at this year’s VMAs.
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From Doja Cat’s Thom Browne “worm dress” to Lil Nas X’s gender-fluid Versace ensemble, here are The Daily Californian’s picks for best-dressed at this year’s VMAs.
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Though it lulls in more than a few areas, Planet Her holds an otherworldly mesmerism that proves the star is here to stay.
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Though it lulls in more than a few areas, Planet Her holds an otherworldly mesmerism that proves the star is here to stay.
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I knew very little about my new roommate Emma. We assumed one Zoom call was sufficient to decide to spend the next five months living together in a pandemic.
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I knew very little about my new roommate Emma. We assumed one Zoom call was sufficient to decide to spend the next five months living together in a pandemic.
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With summer approaching, the Clog decided to put together a playlist that can capture the feeling of driving down the coast on a picture-perfect summer day.
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With summer approaching, the Clog decided to put together a playlist that can capture the feeling of driving down the coast on a picture-perfect summer day.
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