The Berkeley Beacon

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Get standard pop-rock in One Fell Swoop

Today's current wave of infectious pop-rock with an alternative flavor has offered up The Spill...

Editors publish quality work on The Back Room

This same repression and angst is carried throughout the entirety of the album (which hits stores...

Albee takes on beastiality with The Goat

Edward Albee is still writing. His most famous play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, premiered...

Best foreign film Tsotsi unworthy of statuette

Do not be fooled by its foreign title, nearly unpronounceable to the American tongue, Tsotsi (pronounced sot'see) is an accessible film, and will likely find mainstream audiences.

Beacon critics make Oscar night predictions

Nick: Brokeback MountainBrokeback Mountain has it in the saddlebag. Over the past few months, it...

John Charles Music finds its Way Back Home

Known on stage simply as John Charles, the 22-year-old singer, songwriter and guitarist from...

Chibi-Robo makes cyberspace chores exciting

<p>pIn this quirky title for the Nintendo GameC...

Emerson Stage dives straight into Deep Waters

Emerson Stage's latest offering, A Long Bridge Over Deep Waters (performed Feb. 23-25), examines...

Put on your red shoes and dance the blues

Along with the departure of Emerson Dance from the Majestic Theatre, next year's senior class...

Student Brokeback parody finds success on Internet

The controversial film has become both a financial success and a cultural phenomenon, with...

Forbidden play takes aim at bloated Broadway

This biting satire of Broadway hits, performed in a cabaret-style revue, takes merciless hits at...

GLBT characters prominent in new films

<p>pquot;It was insane#44;quot; Marie Nikiforov...

Pete Doherty shambles toward a clean life

Many people swear off their respective vices daily; precious few, however, have had such a public...

The British are coming with cool imports

That particular influx may have received the most press, but the invasion never stopped.,More...

State Radio cures the post-Dispatch munchies

After spending eight years garnering success for Dispatch, Stokes decided to use this chance to...