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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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By the end of the performance, they proved that strings don’t just belong at the symphony — they’re made for rock and roll.
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By the end of the performance, they proved that strings don’t just belong at the symphony — they’re made for rock and roll.
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On Saturday, Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky and Stanford Law professor Bernadette Meyler went head-to-head arguing the facts of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth in an interactive play and mock trial fusion performance at Berkeley’s local Freight and Salvage theater.
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On Saturday, Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky and Stanford Law professor Bernadette Meyler went head-to-head arguing the facts of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth in an interactive play and mock trial fusion performance at Berkeley’s local Freight and Salvage theater.
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$3.5 million has been donated to the Berkeley Relief Fund to help small businesses cover operations costs during the shelter-in-place order. Of the total donations, $3 million was contributed by the city of Berkeley.
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$3.5 million has been donated to the Berkeley Relief Fund to help small businesses cover operations costs during the shelter-in-place order. Of the total donations, $3 million was contributed by the city of Berkeley.
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The benefit featured primarily female musicians, many of whom were women of color, reflective of the communities that the Charlotte Maxwell Clinic aims to provide care for.
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The benefit featured primarily female musicians, many of whom were women of color, reflective of the communities that the Charlotte Maxwell Clinic aims to provide care for.
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Last Saturday and Sunday, Downtown Berkeley played host to the annual Bay Area Book Festival, which featured hundreds of authors and exhibitors.
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Last Saturday and Sunday, Downtown Berkeley played host to the annual Bay Area Book Festival, which featured hundreds of authors and exhibitors.
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The third annual Bay Area Book Festival captivated readers this weekend, as more than 200 authors from around the world met with readers and activists to achieve the common goal of literary activism.
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The third annual Bay Area Book Festival captivated readers this weekend, as more than 200 authors from around the world met with readers and activists to achieve the common goal of literary activism.
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Whether you’re after Australian punk, Chinese opera or contemporary Mexican jazz-classical this summer, the Bay Area’s got you covered.
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Whether you’re after Australian punk, Chinese opera or contemporary Mexican jazz-classical this summer, the Bay Area’s got you covered.
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