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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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“Weird: The Al Yankovic Story,” directed by Eric Appel, understands that genre is most interesting when it is unraveled, and no story is safe from the parodist’s trademark treatment.
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“Weird: The Al Yankovic Story,” directed by Eric Appel, understands that genre is most interesting when it is unraveled, and no story is safe from the parodist’s trademark treatment.
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Under the glow of a waxing crescent, San Francisco Symphony conjured the raucous spirit of Halloween on Oct. 28 for the “Frankenstein and Psycho” concert.
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Under the glow of a waxing crescent, San Francisco Symphony conjured the raucous spirit of Halloween on Oct. 28 for the “Frankenstein and Psycho” concert.
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Alive marks another milestone for Gryffin, capturing energetic dance pop with drum and bass melodies that encapsulate the passionate energy present in his vibrant fanbase.
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Alive marks another milestone for Gryffin, capturing energetic dance pop with drum and bass melodies that encapsulate the passionate energy present in his vibrant fanbase.
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With the release of her new EP Milk Teeth on Nov. 4, the multi-hyphenate looks back to the past: She returns to the songs that started it all, compiling them into a single record.
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With the release of her new EP Milk Teeth on Nov. 4, the multi-hyphenate looks back to the past: She returns to the songs that started it all, compiling them into a single record.
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The symphony’s rich, exuberant sounds tumultuously transported audiences through time, from 1800s London to 1940s Russia.
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The symphony’s rich, exuberant sounds tumultuously transported audiences through time, from 1800s London to 1940s Russia.
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San Francisco’s drizzling atmosphere resembles a wondrous childlike fantasy — a relevant creative vision in the context of director Chris Smith’s new biographical documentary about the late Robert Downey Sr. eponymously named “Sr.”
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San Francisco’s drizzling atmosphere resembles a wondrous childlike fantasy — a relevant creative vision in the context of director Chris Smith’s new biographical documentary about the late Robert Downey Sr. eponymously named “Sr.”
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The film shifts from inducing laughter to inspiring awe, and it elevates the mystery film into something more than just a whodunit.
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The film shifts from inducing laughter to inspiring awe, and it elevates the mystery film into something more than just a whodunit.
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If you’re a fan of Yung Gravy just for the bit, are excited about an eclectic mix of styles, or simply want to blast music and escape with monotonous lyricism, it may be worth a listen or two.
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If you’re a fan of Yung Gravy just for the bit, are excited about an eclectic mix of styles, or simply want to blast music and escape with monotonous lyricism, it may be worth a listen or two.
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Perhaps part of the beauty of Midnights is its ability to obscure the line between reality and fantasy. As dusk settles and eyes hang heavy, senses become available to invention.
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Perhaps part of the beauty of Midnights is its ability to obscure the line between reality and fantasy. As dusk settles and eyes hang heavy, senses become available to invention.
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