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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 26, 2023

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For the cold days when the weather has forced you to stay indoors or for those of you who just want a homey night in, here’s a list of my favorite fall movies.
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For the cold days when the weather has forced you to stay indoors or for those of you who just want a homey night in, here’s a list of my favorite fall movies.
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In anticipation of the upcoming midterm election, 1000 Grandmothers has built an “ofrenda,” or a traditional Mexican altar, to celebrate those who died fighting for the right to vote over the years.
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In anticipation of the upcoming midterm election, 1000 Grandmothers has built an “ofrenda,” or a traditional Mexican altar, to celebrate those who died fighting for the right to vote over the years.
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Against the groggy vignette of a graying city, Davies Symphony Hall teemed with liveliness and brightened the day’s tune as the San Francisco Symphony performed its effervescent Dia de los Muertos concert.
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Against the groggy vignette of a graying city, Davies Symphony Hall teemed with liveliness and brightened the day’s tune as the San Francisco Symphony performed its effervescent Dia de los Muertos concert.
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I was away from home for Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) for the first time. I honored one of the most important people in my life on this day.
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I was away from home for Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) for the first time. I honored one of the most important people in my life on this day.
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For two days, a gallery in Wurster Hall at UC Berkeley transformed into a celebration of the dead, full of brightly colored alters and "pan de muerto" to honor relatives and loved ones who have died.
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For two days, a gallery in Wurster Hall at UC Berkeley transformed into a celebration of the dead, full of brightly colored alters and "pan de muerto" to honor relatives and loved ones who have died.
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Yañez and Quintanilla both discussed their hopes for the show’s impact on visiting audiences: “Ultimately, for the people that come see the show, I really want them to take away how accessible it is to really honor the dead and to create altars,” said Yañez.
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Yañez and Quintanilla both discussed their hopes for the show’s impact on visiting audiences: “Ultimately, for the people that come see the show, I really want them to take away how accessible it is to really honor the dead and to create altars,” said Yañez.
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On Oct. 12, the SOMArts Cultural Center, a nonprofit art enclave in the heart of San Francisco, opened its 19th annual exhibition in celebration of Día de los Muertos. The exhibit, brought to life the theme “Honoring our Ancestors by Fighting for the Future.”
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On Oct. 12, the SOMArts Cultural Center, a nonprofit art enclave in the heart of San Francisco, opened its 19th annual exhibition in celebration of Día de los Muertos. The exhibit, brought to life the theme “Honoring our Ancestors by Fighting for the Future.”
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The film is undeniably beautiful. Even in the land of the dead, the city seems alive with breathtaking skyscrapers, and it bustles with a constant energy.
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The film is undeniably beautiful. Even in the land of the dead, the city seems alive with breathtaking skyscrapers, and it bustles with a constant energy.
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For Martinez, the sheer opportunity to keep on learning, to keep on discovering, is what really matters.
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For Martinez, the sheer opportunity to keep on learning, to keep on discovering, is what really matters.
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In a makeshift student commemoration for Día de los Muertos, Mexican papel picado and pan de muerto are arranged against the right flank of Sather Gate, adorned with various other items such as orange and yellow cempasúchil blossoms and sugar calaverita skulls.
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In a makeshift student commemoration for Día de los Muertos, Mexican papel picado and pan de muerto are arranged against the right flank of Sather Gate, adorned with various other items such as orange and yellow cempasúchil blossoms and sugar calaverita skulls.
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