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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Though most bands place the drum set in the back, Rattigan’s position front and center called attention to the Surf Curse’s raw percussive energy.
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Though most bands place the drum set in the back, Rattigan’s position front and center called attention to the Surf Curse’s raw percussive energy.
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Despite his past success, the former One Direction singer now seems to find himself directionless.
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Despite his past success, the former One Direction singer now seems to find himself directionless.
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For a film premised upon skewering the rich, “The Menu” only succeeds in crisping the surfaces of its elite subjects when one takes a closer look.
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For a film premised upon skewering the rich, “The Menu” only succeeds in crisping the surfaces of its elite subjects when one takes a closer look.
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I excelled at playing the role of the angsty, ungrateful daughter.
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I excelled at playing the role of the angsty, ungrateful daughter.
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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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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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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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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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As new beginnings abound on their tour, Templeman and Headon forge ahead in their career in the same way they’ve forged into their friendship: bottling happiness in liquid form.
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As new beginnings abound on their tour, Templeman and Headon forge ahead in their career in the same way they’ve forged into their friendship: bottling happiness in liquid form.
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A dreamy haze fell over Oakland’s Fox Theater on Nov. 8 when Arden Jones took the stage as an opener for Chelsea Cutler’s “When I Close My Eyes” tour. 
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A dreamy haze fell over Oakland’s Fox Theater on Nov. 8 when Arden Jones took the stage as an opener for Chelsea Cutler’s “When I Close My Eyes” tour. 
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