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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Charmingly ambitious yet prosaically pedestrian, “Now is Not the Time to Panic” carries just enough poignance to casually rivet, but falls short of the charisma, depth and execution necessary to be truly incandescent.
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Charmingly ambitious yet prosaically pedestrian, “Now is Not the Time to Panic” carries just enough poignance to casually rivet, but falls short of the charisma, depth and execution necessary to be truly incandescent.
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Choi’s most recent book introduces apocalypse as a chemical catalyst, fueling her interrogations of what it means to witness the world’s incessant sequence of catastrophe.
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Choi’s most recent book introduces apocalypse as a chemical catalyst, fueling her interrogations of what it means to witness the world’s incessant sequence of catastrophe.
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Chatagnier’s writing, rendered with reflective and evocative vitality, scintillates starlike on the page. For a science fiction novel so rooted in the groundedness of its mathematical particulars, it’s also enamored with forging prosaic beauty.
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Chatagnier’s writing, rendered with reflective and evocative vitality, scintillates starlike on the page. For a science fiction novel so rooted in the groundedness of its mathematical particulars, it’s also enamored with forging prosaic beauty.
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In “Symphonie Fantastique,” the first program of a Halloween-themed trilogy, the San Francisco Symphony’s foray into the spooky and surreal astounded with its striking repertoire and stylistic charisma. 
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In “Symphonie Fantastique,” the first program of a Halloween-themed trilogy, the San Francisco Symphony’s foray into the spooky and surreal astounded with its striking repertoire and stylistic charisma. 
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Fresh from the Sunshine State, the Miami City Ballet beamed starlike upon Zellerbach Hall on the opening night of Sept. 23.
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Fresh from the Sunshine State, the Miami City Ballet beamed starlike upon Zellerbach Hall on the opening night of Sept. 23.
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Brimming with irrepressible passion, Rina Sawayama is stage-ready on Hold the Girl. 
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Brimming with irrepressible passion, Rina Sawayama is stage-ready on Hold the Girl. 
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Blossoming with lush detail without boasting grandiloquence, Jimenez narrates in riot against the finitudes of categorization.
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Blossoming with lush detail without boasting grandiloquence, Jimenez narrates in riot against the finitudes of categorization.
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Substituting class for cringe, “Persuasion,” rather than enticing a protraction of the Regency drama economy, is a master class in forging secondhand embarrassment.
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Substituting class for cringe, “Persuasion,” rather than enticing a protraction of the Regency drama economy, is a master class in forging secondhand embarrassment.
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Following mother-daughter duo Nikuko and Kikuko, acclaimed director Ayumu Watanabe unveils a sentimental anime that radiates with an uplifting coming of age storyline.
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Following mother-daughter duo Nikuko and Kikuko, acclaimed director Ayumu Watanabe unveils a sentimental anime that radiates with an uplifting coming of age storyline.
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