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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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On Nov. 7, Maltese graced The Chapel in San Francisco, filling its intimate, ligneous space with a sold-out performance that bordered on the otherworldly.
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On Nov. 7, Maltese graced The Chapel in San Francisco, filling its intimate, ligneous space with a sold-out performance that bordered on the otherworldly.
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Perhaps the single most unifying theme running through Laura Poitras’ documentary “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” is Nan Goldin’s own commitment to collectivity.
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Perhaps the single most unifying theme running through Laura Poitras’ documentary “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” is Nan Goldin’s own commitment to collectivity.
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“A Series of Unfortunate Events” author Daniel Handler made an appearance at UC Berkeley on Tuesday evening for a “fireside chat” hosted by Berkeley Forum. 
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“A Series of Unfortunate Events” author Daniel Handler made an appearance at UC Berkeley on Tuesday evening for a “fireside chat” hosted by Berkeley Forum. 
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Like its predecessor, “Wakanda Forever” centers around Black liberation and joy, creativity and community — while grief frames this sequel, it’s love that appears on-screen in full force.
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Like its predecessor, “Wakanda Forever” centers around Black liberation and joy, creativity and community — while grief frames this sequel, it’s love that appears on-screen in full force.
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Now, his third full-length project Smithereens, released Nov. 4, finds Joji inconsistent and disorganized as he continues down a path to finetune his artistic identity.
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Now, his third full-length project Smithereens, released Nov. 4, finds Joji inconsistent and disorganized as he continues down a path to finetune his artistic identity.
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“13 Tongues” eluded definition like a trout squirming from a fisherman’s hands and returning to sea.
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“13 Tongues” eluded definition like a trout squirming from a fisherman’s hands and returning to sea.
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“This song has always been a result of feeling like ‘I want to be like somebody else,’ or ‘I wish I could fit in like everybody else,’ ” said lead singer Sydney Sierota in an interview with The Daily Californian. “In the past 10 years while doing music, we've really grown up with our songs. This song is one that we've seen a lot of people relate to over the years. Honestly, I'm still relating to it today, maybe for different reasons than I did 10 years ago.”
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“This song has always been a result of feeling like ‘I want to be like somebody else,’ or ‘I wish I could fit in like everybody else,’ ” said lead singer Sydney Sierota in an interview with The Daily Californian. “In the past 10 years while doing music, we've really grown up with our songs. This song is one that we've seen a lot of people relate to over the years. Honestly, I'm still relating to it today, maybe for different reasons than I did 10 years ago.”
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Sexy is aptly named: Coco & Clair Clair are hot, and they know it. Their confidence seeps through the album and directly into the listener, imbuing them with the same confidence and sexiness the pop duo brags about.
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Sexy is aptly named: Coco & Clair Clair are hot, and they know it. Their confidence seeps through the album and directly into the listener, imbuing them with the same confidence and sexiness the pop duo brags about.
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The beloved queer entertainer, known as the runner-up on season nine of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” dazzled audiences at San Francisco’s The Chapel on Nov. 5 with co-headliner Jujubee.
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The beloved queer entertainer, known as the runner-up on season nine of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” dazzled audiences at San Francisco’s The Chapel on Nov. 5 with co-headliner Jujubee.
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Instead of radiating the warmth of the star atop a Christmas tree, the album feels more like a tarnished, long-forgotten ornament sitting in the corner of the attic.
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Instead of radiating the warmth of the star atop a Christmas tree, the album feels more like a tarnished, long-forgotten ornament sitting in the corner of the attic.
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