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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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A harrowing piece of cinema, “Tár” is striking, for better or worse, for its concurrent instinct to confront and epitomize the ethos of prestige and transgression.
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A harrowing piece of cinema, “Tár” is striking, for better or worse, for its concurrent instinct to confront and epitomize the ethos of prestige and transgression.
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However romanticized or deemed overrated, NYC is a place much entangled with my childhood. It makes me perfectly nostalgic all the while making me want something more (reference, anyone?). So, here’s my guide on how to transport yourself to New York City all in the comfort of your bedroom, or at least, whichever city you find yourself being. 
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However romanticized or deemed overrated, NYC is a place much entangled with my childhood. It makes me perfectly nostalgic all the while making me want something more (reference, anyone?). So, here’s my guide on how to transport yourself to New York City all in the comfort of your bedroom, or at least, whichever city you find yourself being. 
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Fractals of sticky-sweet Americana fade in and out of Chloë and the Next 20th Century, the fifth LP from Josh Tillman, performing as Father John Misty.
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Fractals of sticky-sweet Americana fade in and out of Chloë and the Next 20th Century, the fifth LP from Josh Tillman, performing as Father John Misty.
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It is the most comforting movie in some time, a dose of a homey direction in which everything is laid out for viewers.
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It is the most comforting movie in some time, a dose of a homey direction in which everything is laid out for viewers.
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Subconsciously, I think about things to avoid feeling things. In the heat of the moment, however, sex makes it hard to think. And even if thoughtless sex can sometimes be risky, I love escaping my head.
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Subconsciously, I think about things to avoid feeling things. In the heat of the moment, however, sex makes it hard to think. And even if thoughtless sex can sometimes be risky, I love escaping my head.
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With The Daily Californian’s arts & entertainment department coming out with a new podcast, “Popcorn Paperback,” in October, there’s no time like the present to examine the world of podcasts. Here is the Daily Cal’s guide to some of the best arts podcasts you’ve been missing out on.
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With The Daily Californian’s arts & entertainment department coming out with a new podcast, “Popcorn Paperback,” in October, there’s no time like the present to examine the world of podcasts. Here is the Daily Cal’s guide to some of the best arts podcasts you’ve been missing out on.
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Former UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism professor Bernard Taper, who previously worked at The New Yorker and as one of the Monuments Men after World War II, died Oct. 17 of a bacterial infection. He was 98.
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Former UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism professor Bernard Taper, who previously worked at The New Yorker and as one of the Monuments Men after World War II, died Oct. 17 of a bacterial infection. He was 98.
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