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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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These Days

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Here are six songs to soak in as the season’s sorrow begins to strike.
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Here are six songs to soak in as the season’s sorrow begins to strike.
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Kicking off 2022 with a much-needed boost of musical ingenuity, the release of Cat Power’s Covers could not have come at a better time.
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Kicking off 2022 with a much-needed boost of musical ingenuity, the release of Cat Power’s Covers could not have come at a better time.
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The album as an entity champions over his past pursuits in singles, proving his upward movement as a meticulous artist that makes music for easy listening.
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The album as an entity champions over his past pursuits in singles, proving his upward movement as a meticulous artist that makes music for easy listening.
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Although virtual in execution, this year’s Sundance Film Festival has still managed to uplift the heart, passion and technical excellence of the filmmaker’s creative spirit.
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Although virtual in execution, this year’s Sundance Film Festival has still managed to uplift the heart, passion and technical excellence of the filmmaker’s creative spirit.
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The second day of Outside Lands experienced the most exciting festival debut, the best throwbacks and the most potent dad energy of the weekend. 
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The second day of Outside Lands experienced the most exciting festival debut, the best throwbacks and the most potent dad energy of the weekend. 
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There are few renditions of “An Enemy of the People,” Henrik Ibsen’s revered political drama from 1882, that begin with a soft, acoustic version of “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley. In Schaubühne’s reimagination of the classic piece, however, not only “Crazy,” but “These Days” and “Wonderwall” were on the setlist as well.
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There are few renditions of “An Enemy of the People,” Henrik Ibsen’s revered political drama from 1882, that begin with a soft, acoustic version of “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley. In Schaubühne’s reimagination of the classic piece, however, not only “Crazy,” but “These Days” and “Wonderwall” were on the setlist as well.
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