New art deals with war and globalization
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New art deals with war and globalization

The newest art pieces by retired Chicana/o studies and art professor Malaquias Montoya are now on display at the Pence Gallery in downtown Davis. The exhibit - which…

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Arrrrrrrr you ready for some pirate radio?
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Arrrrrrrr you ready for some pirate radio?

The Davis community got a peek inside the world of local radio through the Davis People's Free School course, pirate radio. Taught by Davis resident and radio enthusiast…

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From page to stage
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From page to stage

Got something to say? Poetry may be a perfect outlet. The UC Davis Poetry Slam Team is holding auditions today at 7 p.m. in Griffin Lounge, located on…

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Rock It! lands
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Rock It! lands

Seasoned UC Davis students and alumni may remember Rock It!, a Thursday night rock addition to the Davis nightlife. They may also remember its conclusion when Rock It!…

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THIRDeYE blind
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THIRDeYE blind

Undergraduate students have the potential to do great things. This year's THIRDeYE Theatre Festival, entirely put on by undergraduates, is not one of those great things. The first…

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Variations on a Theme
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Variations on a Theme

The brilliance of the Internet (besides self-promotion and e-endorsing presidential candidates - I like to think all those Obama pins I sent out on Facebook did some good…

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Mraz, Hannigan deliver strong performances at Freeborn
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Mraz, Hannigan deliver strong performances at Freeborn

Much like a romantic comedy - you know, that old standby you rely on to give you the warm fuzzies when you're feeling down - Jason Mraz did…

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A Written Reward
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A Written Reward

Despite late night hours, research and writer's block, the time and effort poured into class papers and assignments is not always in vain. The University Writing Program's 20th…

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THIRDeYE Theatre Festival puts student talent on center stage
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THIRDeYE Theatre Festival puts student talent on center stage

The annual UC Davis theatre and dance department THIRDeYE Theatre Festival returns this year with three new plays written, directed, produced and performed by undergraduate students. This year's…

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30 Chairs in 30 Days
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30 Chairs in 30 Days

While some students saw last summer as a break from work, Jason Dunne saw an opportunity. The junior art studio major embarked on a project - to create…

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Arts Week
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Arts Week

MUSIC Mylo Jenkins, Brethren, Brethren & the Brethren Today, 9:30 p.m., $5 Primary Concepts at 219 E Street Santa Cruz band Mylo Jenkins makes the kind of down-home…

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A spotlight on contemporary Chinese cinema
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A spotlight on contemporary Chinese cinema

As the third largest film industry in the world, Chinese cinema is getting some much-deserved attention in the city of Davis. The 2008 Asia Pacific Film Festival opens…

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CD Review: Microcastle/Weird Era
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CD Review: Microcastle/Weird Era

Atlanta rock band Deerhunter is defined by two simple characteristics - teenage angst and sexual exploration. The latter I got from a sticker on the album that described…

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CD Review: There’ll Be Diamonds
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CD Review: There’ll Be Diamonds

There'll Be Diamonds by Portland-based band Super XX Man is the kind of album that should accompany a long-distance road trip. The effortless transitions between tracks make it…

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A sunny musical forecast
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A sunny musical forecast

In a world where irony and self-deprecation have become the norm for all things cool, singer-songwriter Jason Mraz has maintained his sunny position in the music industry. Mraz…

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