Review: Death Cab for Cutie
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Review: Death Cab for Cutie

There's really no way around it - Narrow Stairs is a depressing record. In essence, Death Cab for Cutie's seventh studio album is a 45-minute requiem for dead…

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Shades of green
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Shades of green

Fashion Conscious is currently on display at the Design Museum in Walker Hall. The symposium Designing With Conscience will be held Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Technocultural…

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Five questions with Lead singer and guitarist Alexi Glickman from The Botticellis
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Five questions with Lead singer and guitarist Alexi Glickman from The Botticellis

Editor's note: MUSE offers a monthly feature to highlight artists in and out of Davis that impact our community. This month's "Five Questions" is with Alexi Glickman, the…

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ARTSWEEK
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ARTSWEEK

LIVE MUSIC   Underworld Productions: Take Over Today, 9 p.m., $15 The Empire in Sacramento It's a massively Greek event - Kappa Delta Phi, Pi Alpha Phi, Chi…

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Atoms for peace
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Atoms for peace

The Whole Earth Festival came and went last weekend with both grunts and squeals. "Mending Our Web" included a plethora of enjoyment. Personally, I eat up all the…

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Speaking Chinese through movement
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Speaking Chinese through movement

The collaborations of San Francisco's Epiphany Productions Sonic Dance Theater and Shanghai's Reckless Moments will be Speaking Chinese through dance at 4 p.m. Sunday in Mondavi's Studio Theater.

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Portrait of mother wins $1,000 prize
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Portrait of mother wins $1,000 prize

The Ellen Hansen Memorial Prize is awarded annually to a UC Davis female student whose original creative project - using any medium, from painting to poetry or dance…

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Review: The Forbidden Kingdom
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Review: The Forbidden Kingdom

When I saw The Forbidden Kingdom advertised as a martial arts action film starring both Jackie Chan and Jet Li, I couldn't help but feel that it was…

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Whole Earth Festival weaves a web of entertainment
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Whole Earth Festival weaves a web of entertainment

This year at the Whole Earth Festival (WEF), the party was at the DJ Stage, coordinated by Kelly Scott, also known as Kelly D, a UC Davis staff…

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Music review: Random Abiladeze – ‘Brutally Honest’
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Music review: Random Abiladeze – ‘Brutally Honest’

Sacramento rapper Random Abiladeze (pronounced "abilities") really does have some serious lyrical abilities. Listening to his full-length debut, you get the sense he's "been doing this for a…

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The final performance
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The final performance

Imagine the last final exam of your senior year - walking into a classroom with a pencil and Scantron in hand. However, this image is a bit different…

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Music review: Tokyo Police Club – ‘Elephant Shell’
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Music review: Tokyo Police Club – ‘Elephant Shell’

  Maple syrup, hockey and great bands. Suffice to say, Canada has been impressive with their three best exports over the years, and Tokyo Police Club is the…

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Asian American Association Film Festival celebrates diversity, dispels stereotypes
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Asian American Association Film Festival celebrates diversity, dispels stereotypes

Whether it is being relegated to the role of the "model minority" or being automatically associated with martial arts, the portrayal of Asians and Asian Americans in films…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

LIVE MUSIC The Definite Articles, An Angle, Audrye Sessions Today, 6 p.m. Central Park The yearly Music on the Green is back to take over Central Park in…

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Entertainment spotlight: Casey Neill and the Rodents
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Entertainment spotlight: Casey Neill and the Rodents

080508_ar_caseyneill.CLayout: events box with both shows please!, also, pictureHeadline: Entertainment spotlight: Casey Neill and the RodentsLayercake: Members of The Decemberists come to town for Sophia’s, Whole Earth FestivalBy…

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