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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2023

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James W. Valentine, a paleontologist known for his humble nature yet striking mind that made him a key figure in the field of paleontology, died of natural causes at age 96 on April 7.
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James W. Valentine, a paleontologist known for his humble nature yet striking mind that made him a key figure in the field of paleontology, died of natural causes at age 96 on April 7.
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Goldman’s theatrical production of “Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski” honors the memory, legacy and abject horror Jan Karski experienced and recorded during the Holocaust, ultimately crafting a performance that unites all in a shared experience of humanity.
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Goldman’s theatrical production of “Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski” honors the memory, legacy and abject horror Jan Karski experienced and recorded during the Holocaust, ultimately crafting a performance that unites all in a shared experience of humanity.
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Members of the Berkeley community gathered in remembrance of the forced detainment of Americans of Japanese descent in internment camps during WWII.
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Members of the Berkeley community gathered in remembrance of the forced detainment of Americans of Japanese descent in internment camps during WWII.
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These flags had been carried by people, tucked away safely in their clothes.
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These flags had been carried by people, tucked away safely in their clothes.
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“A Hidden Life” is often a slog of a movie that gets lost in the blinding heavens it seeks to encapsulate.
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“A Hidden Life” is often a slog of a movie that gets lost in the blinding heavens it seeks to encapsulate.
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“The Aftermath” largely ignores this difficult world, instead lazily smushing a painfully awkward affair together with shoddy political side-stories. We the audience are left with a frustrating mess that, at its worst, is little more than misguided Hallmark soap.
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“The Aftermath” largely ignores this difficult world, instead lazily smushing a painfully awkward affair together with shoddy political side-stories. We the audience are left with a frustrating mess that, at its worst, is little more than misguided Hallmark soap.
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“The House with a Clock in Its Walls” is a pure delight: sweet and overly indulgent, propelled by a strong sense of 1950s nostalgia and joy. While you may feel a little bloated by the end, who cares when you had so much fun stuffing your face getting there?
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“The House with a Clock in Its Walls” is a pure delight: sweet and overly indulgent, propelled by a strong sense of 1950s nostalgia and joy. While you may feel a little bloated by the end, who cares when you had so much fun stuffing your face getting there?
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Taeko “Taye” Oda, a Japanese American woman, was in her last year at UC Berkeley when fellow students and staff in Doe Library talked about hearing the bombing of Pearl Harbor on the radio. She felt all eyes in the room on her, and the following year she was sent to an internment camp.
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Taeko “Taye” Oda, a Japanese American woman, was in her last year at UC Berkeley when fellow students and staff in Doe Library talked about hearing the bombing of Pearl Harbor on the radio. She felt all eyes in the room on her, and the following year she was sent to an internment camp.
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In the middle of this organized chaos stood a calm, elderly woman carrying a sign: “Hate Speech leads to Holocaust. I’m a WWII Holocaust survivor.”
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In the middle of this organized chaos stood a calm, elderly woman carrying a sign: “Hate Speech leads to Holocaust. I’m a WWII Holocaust survivor.”
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It’s the height of summer, but theaters around the Bay Area are currently resplendent in a wide variety of amazing pictures right now, from tentpole superhero movies to quiet, meditative micro-budget films
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It’s the height of summer, but theaters around the Bay Area are currently resplendent in a wide variety of amazing pictures right now, from tentpole superhero movies to quiet, meditative micro-budget films
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