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On Friday, July 6, We Are Scientists took The Crocodile’s main stage. The New York City rock band, formed in Berkeley in 2000, performs a mix of indie rock, post-punk revival, and alternative rock. The band celebrated the recent release of their latest album, “Megaplex,” alongside its single…

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Would you be a different person every day if you could? Before you answer that, make sure you read the New York Times bestseller “Every Day” by David Levithan. “Every Day” is a young adult romance and sci-fi novel that was published in August 2012. The novel follows the life of the character…

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“Thoroughbreds” offers a rare and welcome respite from the flood of increasingly flashy, CGI-dependent, big-budget adaptations and sequels that seem to plague the current film industry. Set in the wealthy suburbs of Connecticut, the impressively suspenseful drama is written by Cory Finley an…

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If you’ve ever eaten breakfast or brunch at a restaurant, you may have had a side of these delicious, farm-style breakfast potatoes. Rich and flavorful seasoning turns plain old potatoes into something special.

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Shakshuka, also spelled shakshouka or chakchouka, is a flavorful and easy-to-make egg dish that’s popular in North Africa and the Middle East. It can be a filling breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner. It’s also meat-free, perfect for vegetarians, as well as Catholics on Fridays during Lent. I…

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You can tell that writer-director Alex Garland has been waiting his entire career to make a movie like “Annihilation,” a potentially polarizing, kaleidoscopic sci-fi horror show. For nearly 15 years, he’s worked almost exclusively on a small scale: he made his screenwriting debut with the ic…