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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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“Overdue” celebrates Children’s Book Week, while “The Bechdel Cast” delves into the “Avengers” franchise as the series comes to an end.
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“Overdue” celebrates Children’s Book Week, while “The Bechdel Cast” delves into the “Avengers” franchise as the series comes to an end.
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By the nature of its integration of politics and family, the story is no small one. An adaptation that spans multiple generations of a complicated family and the surrounding players can be hard to follow unless it is done well.
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By the nature of its integration of politics and family, the story is no small one. An adaptation that spans multiple generations of a complicated family and the surrounding players can be hard to follow unless it is done well.
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Both podcasts stick to familiar genres this week — “Overdue” reads the first novel in another fantasy series, while “The Bechdel Cast” covers a lesser known romantic comedy.
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Both podcasts stick to familiar genres this week — “Overdue” reads the first novel in another fantasy series, while “The Bechdel Cast” covers a lesser known romantic comedy.
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Switching among characters and stories from his own life, Sussman examines societal evolution and what it means to move forward, even through a pessimistic lens.
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Switching among characters and stories from his own life, Sussman examines societal evolution and what it means to move forward, even through a pessimistic lens.
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The climax may be unsatisfying, but BareStage Productions’ “Carrie: The Musical” is not.
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The climax may be unsatisfying, but BareStage Productions’ “Carrie: The Musical” is not.
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“Overdue” finishes out their coverage of “The Twilight Saga” with its final book, while “The Bechdel Cast” explores the horror of “Rosemary’s Baby.”
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“Overdue” finishes out their coverage of “The Twilight Saga” with its final book, while “The Bechdel Cast” explores the horror of “Rosemary’s Baby.”
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“Overdue” tackles what is arguably Kurt Vonnegut’s most popular novel, while “The Bechdel Cast” dives into the world of a well-known Disney fairy tale.
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“Overdue” tackles what is arguably Kurt Vonnegut’s most popular novel, while “The Bechdel Cast” dives into the world of a well-known Disney fairy tale.
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Both of our podcasts this week focus on female-centered stories, each contextualizing the main female character’s role within the larger plot. “Overdue” explores the lesser-known source material of a very popular adapted film while “The Bechdel Cast” discuss a timely and largely hyped superhero film.
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Both of our podcasts this week focus on female-centered stories, each contextualizing the main female character’s role within the larger plot. “Overdue” explores the lesser-known source material of a very popular adapted film while “The Bechdel Cast” discuss a timely and largely hyped superhero film.
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The four-piece lined up in a straight row at the front of the stage, setting themselves as close to the audience as possible without falling off their platform.
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The four-piece lined up in a straight row at the front of the stage, setting themselves as close to the audience as possible without falling off their platform.
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