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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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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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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Halloween Happenings
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Halloween Happenings

Cool Patch Pumpkins Open now until Nov. 9, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., $10 8850 Currey Road or 8700 Sievers Road in Dixon

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Halloween Movies
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Halloween Movies

Halloween block parties shut down early? Or maybe you've found yourself in a candy coma. Whatever the situation, MUSE offers some suggestions of scary movies to watch this…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

MUSIC Thin Air Trio with Margriet Naber Tchicai Today, 7:30 p.m. Delta of Venus Feeling a bit anti-brocial lately? Good food and some live jazz from Thin Air…

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Variations on a Theme
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Variations on a Theme

I don't know about you guys, but Halloween has always been my favorite holiday. Beautiful autumn weather, carving pumpkins, scary movie marathons, all the candy I could ever…

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On-campus costume shop wraps up Halloween season
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On-campus costume shop wraps up Halloween season

Davisites looking for something a little more detailed than the traditional mass-produced Halloween costume are turning to the UC Davis theatre and dance department for help. For the…

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Re-vamped Halloween fashion
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Re-vamped Halloween fashion

Last minute and environmentally conscious costume shoppers still have time to brainstorm before Friday night, and today they might find plenty of inspiration.

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A focus on Haiti’s social conditions
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A focus on Haiti’s social conditions

Lining the walls of the Memorial Union's Art Lounge are photographs of children, staring intently into the camera. Their beaming faces fill the canvas and command attention, even…

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Welcome home
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Welcome home

A true labor of love: the house show. With the lack of a convenient and immediate all-ages music venue, DIY shows are a good alternative. Horror stories of…

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Music and student politics
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Music and student politics

ASUCD and the Entertainment Council kicked off fall quarter with a free informational event and concert on Oct. 21 at Freeborn Hall. After performances from a cappella singers…

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