Percussion festival strikes a beat this weekend
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Percussion festival strikes a beat this weekend

If you've always wanted to learn a percussion instrument or brush up on your current skills, now's your chance. Tonight, Saturday and Monday, the UC Davis Percussion Festival…

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Poetic Intervention
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Poetic Intervention

The arrival of spring goes hand in hand with images apt to inspire the nearest lounging poet. How fitting, then, that National Poetry Month should fall on this…

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Movie Review: Stop-Loss
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Movie Review: Stop-Loss

Stop-Loss Directed by Kimberly Peirce Paramount Picture Rating: 3 Stop-Loss isn't a political movie, per se. It's not meant to sway the audience in any particular way about…

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Concert Review
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Concert Review

Anyone who left Theta Chi's Zion I and Mistah Fab outdoor show last Saturday without a few black and blue spots,smashed eyeglasses,mysterious bite marks,or at least an elbow…

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Bicycle race
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Bicycle race

If you've ever seen a bicycle as flashy as a scraper bike but too agile and swift to be one, you're probably perplexed. You may wonder why the…

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Review: 21
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Review: 21

21 Directed by Robert Luketic Rating: 2 Perhaps you've seen the tantalizing trailers - dangerous action, clever counting and an evil Kevin Spacey in the seedy underbelly of…

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ARTS WEEK
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ARTS WEEK

LIVE MUSIC Pilipino Time '08: Time to Get Happy! Friday, 7 p.m., $10 in advance and $12 at the door Performance Arts Theatre, Davis High School As far…

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Review: Counting Crows
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Review: Counting Crows

Counting Crows Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings Geffen Record Rating: 4 After a six-year-long disappearance, Counting Crows front man Adam Duritz seems ready to take on the musical…

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Davis Film Festival holds fifth showing starting tonight
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Davis Film Festival holds fifth showing starting tonight

Those turned off by the lack of interesting, thought-provoking films in theaters these days may now have found a place of refuge. The fifth annual Davis Film Festival…

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Still hyphy
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Still hyphy

It's the start of a new quarter, and spring is in the air. The sun is shining, flowers are blooming; a new season is upon us. Why not…

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Review: Nine Inch Nails
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Review: Nine Inch Nails

Nine Inch Nails Ghosts I-IV Self-Released   Rating: 5   Nine Inch Nails' creative architect Trent Reznor consistently works to shake the norms of the music industry, whether…

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Schulz’ legacy brought to Wyatt Pavilion Theatre
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Schulz’ legacy brought to Wyatt Pavilion Theatre

Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Sally, Woodstock, Shroeder, Linus and Lucy - do these names revive a feeling of childhood nostalgia? Starting tonight, Studio 301 will be giving everyone the…

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Review: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
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Review: Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Rating: 5   Super Smash Bros. Brawl picks up where its predecessors left off: your favorite Nintendo characters jumping around familiar Nintendo places using their special moves to…

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‘Cameras as Witness’ explores global inequity
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‘Cameras as Witness’ explores global inequity

This Sunday Varsity Theatre will host Davis' 4th annual United Nations Association Film Festival. This year's theme, Camera as Witness, advocates the whole notion of the democratization of…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

Live Music UC Davis Student Chamber Ensembles Today, 12:05 and 4:15 p.m. Music Building Room 115 Free noon concerts are a blessing in disguise. Pick up some lunch…

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