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Bouquet Marketplace offers a well curated selection of quality vintage garb on the streets of Berkeley. (Courtesy of Bouquet Marketplace)

Bouquet Market brings vintage to the streets

April 17, 2018

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By Maureen Thaete | Culture Editor Three times a year, specialty vendors from across the Bay Area gather on Fourth Street in Berkeley for Bouquet… Read More ›

Morrigan is just one of the gods that is reincarnated as a rock sensation. (Courtesy of Kevin Wada)

“The Wicked + The Divine” book review

April 17, 2018

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By Kali Kushner | Culture Editor This weekend, I had the pleasure of reading the first volume of “The Wicked + The Divine” graphic novel… Read More ›

Dora Turkovich shares her love of music with the Bay Area community every Wednesday as “DJ dturk”. (Courtesy of Maureen Thaete)

KSMC DJ profile Dora Turkovich 18’ makes campus radio worth tuning in

April 10, 2018

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By Maureen Thaete | Culture Editor Dora Turkovich ‘18 is the type of person who finds it difficult to go anywhere without her headphones. “It’s… Read More ›

"The Bold Type" tells an ongoing story of feminist role models. (Courtesy of POPSUGAR)

“The Bold Type” as an empowering, feminist TV show

April 10, 2018

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By Aubrie McKeever | Staff Writer “The Bold Type”, which premiered on Freeform last summer, is a television show that encourages women to be bold… Read More ›

Tove Lo performed at the 10th anniversary Outside Lands festival, which widely dissapointed attendees. (Courtesy of The Mercury News)

Outside Lands lineup disappoints festival participants yet again

April 10, 2018

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By Kiana Lei Yap | Opinion Columnist For the third year in a row, Outside Lands has produced another disappointing lineup. As one of the… Read More ›

Gen Korean Barbeque House delights Concord with communal dining

Gen Korean Barbeque House delights Concord with communal dining

April 10, 2018

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By Clarice Ong | Contributing Writer It has been over a month since the Winter Olympics wrapped up in Korea and Shaun White reminded us… Read More ›

The newest Pokeatery location will open to the public in Downtown Walnut Creek on Saturday, March 24. (Courtesy of Beyond the Creek)

A taste of Hawaii at downtown Walnut Creek’s Pokeatery

March 20, 2018

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By Clarice Ong | Contributing Writer Ubiquitous in Hawaii, poke has recently piqued the interest of the mainland. The Hawaiian staple, which is quite similar… Read More ›

VÉRITÉ and EDEN don’t disappoint in San Francisco

March 20, 2018

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By Elizabeth Magno | Chief Copy Editor The Vertigo World Tour came to San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom last Tuesday, March 13. With VÉRITÉ as the… Read More ›

The Lounge has inspired the campus since 2012. (Courtesy of Saint Mary’s College of California)

The Lounge provides an artistic space for student voices

March 20, 2018

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By Ramya Ramamoorthy | Staff Writer The Lounge is an open mic club at Saint Mary’s College that provides a safe and supportive space where… Read More ›

The members of Brockhampton line the stage at The Warfield dressed in their infamous orange jumpsuits. (Courtesy of Monica Avila)

Brockhampton delivers energetic performance at the Warfield

March 13, 2018

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By Adriana Avila | News Reporter “Are you alive?” shouted Brockhampton vocalist Kevin Abstract. My immediate answer on Sunday night was yes, but I can’t… Read More ›

Natalie Portman leads the Annihilation cast as Lena, a biologist who ventures into the mysterious realm of “The Shimmer.” (Courtesy of The Atlantic)

“Annihilation” takes a unique approach to the sci-fi thriller genre

March 13, 2018

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By Kiana Lei Yap | Opinion Columnist Alex Garland’s newest film, “Annihilation,” is a sci-fi thriller that encapsulates viewers in the disorienting, yet beautiful world… Read More ›

“The Bachelor” shocked fans and former cast members alike. (Courtesy of Paul Hebert/ABC)

“The Bachelor” finale shocks fans with a heartbreaking twist and announcement

March 13, 2018

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By Aubrie McKeever | Staff Writer This past week, millions of Americans waited to see who Arie Luyendyk Jr., the current Bachelor of this season,… Read More ›

The web history of a mass shooter, why it should matter

March 6, 2018

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By Kali Kushner | Culture Editor On the afternoon of Feb. 14, 2018, our nation was struck by the horrific news of yet another school… Read More ›

Vance Joy proves the range of his artistic talent with his newest album, “Nation of Two,” set to tour California in April. (Courtesy of Indie Hoy)

Vance Joy impresses fans with new “Nation of Two” album

March 6, 2018

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By Kiana Lei Yap | Opinion Columnist On Feb. 23, Australian indie-folk artist Vance Joy released his second album, “Nation of Two,” and has not… Read More ›

900 Grayson serves up Berkeley charm

February 27, 2018

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By Maureen Thaete | Culture Editor Located in West Berkeley, about a 25 minute drive from Saint Mary’s, stands 900 Grayson, which looks as charming… Read More ›