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LIVE MUSIC   Minus the Bear, Portugal. The Man, The Big Sleep Today, 8 p.m., $10 for students and $16 for non-students Buehler Alumni Center Still touring on…

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At least the pain is (not) real
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At least the pain is (not) real

Many afflicting interpretations of art exist,none of which are justified - affliction of other living things,of the artwork of others and even self-affliction that is claimed to be…

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Review: Buildings Breeding
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Review: Buildings Breeding

Interesting fact:Davis-based band Buildings Breeding was never meant to be a real band.According to the band's biography,guitarist and vocalist Christapher Larsen began with song lyrics that were originally…

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Dance team to hold fifth annual showcase
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Dance team to hold fifth annual showcase

If you've ever been to a UC Davis football or basketball game, at some point you've most likely heard the following cry over the PA system: "Make some…

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A week to remember: Tegan and Sara Quin
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A week to remember: Tegan and Sara Quin

Yes,they are identical twins fromCanada.And yes,they are also lesbians.But audience members got to see another side of musical duo Tegan and Sara when they took the stage Monday…

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UC Davis Film Festival offers professional feedback for student film projects
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UC Davis Film Festival offers professional feedback for student film projects

Students with a deep interest in filmmaking as well as those who just like fooling around with their camera for class projects may have found a rewarding avenue…

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Putting the fun in fundraiser
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Putting the fun in fundraiser

With a sagging economy, the dollar cannot buy much. But cobble together $100 worth of change from your La-Z-Boy, and you can multiply your 15 minutes of fame…

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UC Davis Film Festival offers professional feedback for student film projects
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UC Davis Film Festival offers professional feedback for student film projects

f080424_ar_filmfest.CNotes: Layout: please make a date to remember shadow boxSummary:Headline: UC Davis Film Festival offers professional feedback for student film projectsLayercake: Preliminary deadline Friday, May 2By SONIA PARECADANAggie…

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Putting the fun in fundraiser
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Putting the fun in fundraiser

080424_ar_kdvs.CHeadline: Putting the fun in fundraiserLayerCake: Community radio KDVS 90.3 FM works to meet increased goal of $75,000 By JACKSON YANAggie Staff Writer With a sagging economy, the…

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In concert
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In concert

It's been a busy week for the concert-goers as Freeborn Hall hosted two shows in two days: First the Canadian identicals Tegan andSara with the Aussies,An Horse; then…

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Review: 88 Minutes
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Review: 88 Minutes

"Tick tock,Doc,tick tock." This Seattle-based murder mystery stirs the blood and startles the senses with its time sensitivity,but lacks the intellectual analysis that seems appropriate for a movie…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

LIVE MUSIC   Scotland Barr & The Slow Drags,Kris Anaya Today,9p.m.,$3,21 Old Ironsides inSacramento The six-pieceAmericana rock band brings greetings fromPortland,using the catchiness factor to draw in country…

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Review: Blue Cranes
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Review: Blue Cranes

Out ofPortland's jazz scene comes Blue Cranes' sophomoreall-instrumentalalbum.Composed of almost entirely live recordings,Homing Patterns successfully offers a downbeat eclectic set of thoughtful compositionsfor any jazz listener. Made up…

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The latest trashion trends
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The latest trashion trends

Kicking off Earth Week on Monday at the Memorial Union patio was Trashion Show 2008, presented by the ASUCD Environmental Policy and Planning Commission (EPPC) and the Student…

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Canadian folk-pop duo plays tonight at Freeborn Hall
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Canadian folk-pop duo plays tonight at Freeborn Hall

Your style has always been seen as acoustic folk rock. How is your newest album, The Con, different, and why did you make that change? We always saw…

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