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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Addison Lee

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“The Way of Water” plunges its audience into a three-hour runtime many will find it easy to drown in.
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“The Way of Water” plunges its audience into a three-hour runtime many will find it easy to drown in.
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While “The Inspection'' may appear to be the antithesis of Hollywood’s military epics, the film earnestly follows the familiar underdog recruit narrative that marks the genre.
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While “The Inspection'' may appear to be the antithesis of Hollywood’s military epics, the film earnestly follows the familiar underdog recruit narrative that marks the genre.
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At the Regency Ballroom, beabadoobee enchanted her audience with blossoming bedroom pop punk that sparked childlike curiosity and glee across the venue.
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At the Regency Ballroom, beabadoobee enchanted her audience with blossoming bedroom pop punk that sparked childlike curiosity and glee across the venue.
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Regardless of an at times garbled narrative, The Oakland Theater Project’s “Book of Sand” is a noteworthy, magical portrayal of the quest for knowledge which often only leads to obsession. 
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Regardless of an at times garbled narrative, The Oakland Theater Project’s “Book of Sand” is a noteworthy, magical portrayal of the quest for knowledge which often only leads to obsession. 
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At its bones, “Wendell & Wild” makes up for its slightly muddy plot with groundbreaking representation and its fresh take on the children’s horror stop-motion genre.
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At its bones, “Wendell & Wild” makes up for its slightly muddy plot with groundbreaking representation and its fresh take on the children’s horror stop-motion genre.
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Told through snapshots of Oya’s journey into adulthood and framed by her Louisiana street, the play follows a young girl who must navigate the entangled dynamics of her home while growing up.
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Told through snapshots of Oya’s journey into adulthood and framed by her Louisiana street, the play follows a young girl who must navigate the entangled dynamics of her home while growing up.
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Berkeley Playhouse’s production of “In the Heights” taps into a joy unique to community theater, making for a fitting homage to its heart-filled neighborhood subject. 
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Berkeley Playhouse’s production of “In the Heights” taps into a joy unique to community theater, making for a fitting homage to its heart-filled neighborhood subject. 
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It’s unfortunate that out of all the problematic aspects of “The Bachelorette,” the show decided the number of leads was what needed to be changed.
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It’s unfortunate that out of all the problematic aspects of “The Bachelorette,” the show decided the number of leads was what needed to be changed.
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The Regrettes’ songs burst into full color live; the band’s medley of crooned rock vocals and vibrating punk joy demand booming acoustics that explode through an undulating crowd.
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The Regrettes’ songs burst into full color live; the band’s medley of crooned rock vocals and vibrating punk joy demand booming acoustics that explode through an undulating crowd.
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Formed in 2009, the Seattle band has steadily made a name for itself in the folk and rock genres with its signature campfire sound.
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Formed in 2009, the Seattle band has steadily made a name for itself in the folk and rock genres with its signature campfire sound.
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