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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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When you see my name on a name tag or written somewhere, I get that you’ll likely use the English pronunciation. You can’t know how I say my name until I tell you.
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When you see my name on a name tag or written somewhere, I get that you’ll likely use the English pronunciation. You can’t know how I say my name until I tell you.
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Soothing with intense melancholia and insistent cadence, Blood Orange embodies heartache on his latest EP.
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Soothing with intense melancholia and insistent cadence, Blood Orange embodies heartache on his latest EP.
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“Hotter Than Egypt” is a commendable investigation of the nuances of the emotional tug-of-war called love.
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“Hotter Than Egypt” is a commendable investigation of the nuances of the emotional tug-of-war called love.
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“August: Osage County” brilliantly explores themes of addiction, love and generational trauma through the extended Weston family.
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“August: Osage County” brilliantly explores themes of addiction, love and generational trauma through the extended Weston family.
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This one-man production melds journalistic theater with comedy to analyze the sociopolitical impact of markers of division on individuals and communities.
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This one-man production melds journalistic theater with comedy to analyze the sociopolitical impact of markers of division on individuals and communities.
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An exploration of childhood, parental expectations and individuality, the musical’s Betta cast and its lovable, quirky characters stole the show at San Francisco’s Children’s Creativity Center.
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An exploration of childhood, parental expectations and individuality, the musical’s Betta cast and its lovable, quirky characters stole the show at San Francisco’s Children’s Creativity Center.
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“The Great Leap” takes place on a set that doesn’t change with only four actors moving about the space. Though it makes minimal use of props, the play never stopped being captivating and exciting.
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“The Great Leap” takes place on a set that doesn’t change with only four actors moving about the space. Though it makes minimal use of props, the play never stopped being captivating and exciting.
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Here is a complete list of modern stage plays from a plethora of categories that anyone will enjoy. So, pick your favorite and get to reading!
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Here is a complete list of modern stage plays from a plethora of categories that anyone will enjoy. So, pick your favorite and get to reading!
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I never wanted to look back, to imagine myself returning to the study of economics, head hung, tail between my legs. That would have felt like failure.
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I never wanted to look back, to imagine myself returning to the study of economics, head hung, tail between my legs. That would have felt like failure.
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