Lila Downs at the Mondavi
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Lila Downs at the Mondavi

A celebratory night filled with colorful Latinx music Before audience members even stepped into the the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, Oct.…

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Culture Corner:
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Culture Corner:

The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, novels and music Television: “Barry” One of the greatest things to happen in recent years is the prolific rise of…

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Manetti Shrem invites Doug Aitken to speak on new video installation
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Manetti Shrem invites Doug Aitken to speak on new video installation

NEW ERA captures attention,  The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art welcomed contemporary artist Doug Aitken to speak about his new exhibit “NEW ERA, an…

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Review: “Unbelievable”
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Review: “Unbelievable”

Netflix’s latest true crime documentary goes beyond  Netflix released a miniseries based on an article written by T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong about a serial rape case…

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Christian French dives into music industry “Head First”
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Christian French dives into music industry “Head First”

“bright side of the moon” tour comes to an end after 22 shows After previously touring in San Francisco with Chelsea Cutler and Quinn XCII, 22-year-old Christian French…

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When music drives movies: exploring the work of Damien Chazelle, Edgar Wright
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When music drives movies: exploring the work of Damien Chazelle, Edgar Wright

Music, movies — why choose?  Music has long been the Robin to many a feature film’s Batman. Standing in as an emotional primer and catalyst for movies, music…

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Culture Corner
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Culture Corner

The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for movies, books, music and television shows. Movie: “Election” Ryan Murphy’s “The Politician” premiered on Netflix last week, but for those who have…

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Review: El Patio
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Review: El Patio

Latest Mexican food chain pales in comparison to its competitors.   The vacant space on the corner of E and 2nd Street has been filled by El Patio, a…

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Culture Corner
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Culture Corner

The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, novels and music Television: Catch 22 When I heard Hulu was creating a show based off of one of my…

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Diversity Reporting Course offered by University Writing Program
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Diversity Reporting Course offered by University Writing Program

Course designed to diversify reporting strategies, connect people The University Writing Program is offering a new course this quarter: UWP111A Special Topics in Journalism focused on Diversity Reporting.…

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Review: Margaret Atwood’s “The Testaments”
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Review: Margaret Atwood’s “The Testaments”

Atwood’s sequel to “The Handmaid’s Tale” comes at the right time for readers  Margret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” published in 1985, has become a cultural sensation in recent…

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Automating art: can AI truly make art?
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Automating art: can AI truly make art?

A new horizon, or the end of the road? In October of last year, a painting titled “Portrait of Edward Bellamy” sold for $432,500 at Christie’s auction house…

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The Lumineers tackle important message on “III”
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The Lumineers tackle important message on “III”

Cinematic album tells the story of addiction through three generations The Lumineers showcase an important message on their third full-length studio album, released on Friday, Sept. 13, but…

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Review: “Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood”
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Review: “Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood”

Tarantino mixes reality, fiction in final film Fans of Hollywood icon Quentin Tarantino waited in anticipation this summer for the director’s (supposed) final movie of his career, “Once…

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Sunset Fest to kick off Fall Quarter
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Sunset Fest to kick off Fall Quarter

Here’s what Entertainment Council has in store for students  The ASUCD Entertainment Council will be hosting their second annual Sunset Fest, a welcoming concert event for all students. …

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