Out on the weekend
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Out on the weekend

To be honest, I am a little overwhelmed with the amount of "artsy stuff" scheduled to take place over the next week. Picnic Day is a lot to…

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Reduce, reuse, rethink: Examining clothing waste
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Reduce, reuse, rethink: Examining clothing waste

t's a familiar wardrobe cycle: Spring comes, time to buy new clothes. Summer comes, time to go shopping yet again - the routine continues year after year. Urging…

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Five Questions with…Norfolk & Western
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Five Questions with…Norfolk & Western

ditor'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 Adam Selzer, the…

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Main stage Dance/Theatre Festival takes Main Theatre
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Main stage Dance/Theatre Festival takes Main Theatre

hree individual works of choreographers food science graduate student Ann Marie Dragich and senior dramatic art majors Toni Alejandria and Vivian Thorne come together to form this year's…

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Mondavi announces 2008 to 2009 season
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Mondavi announces 2008 to 2009 season

The Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts announces its 2008 to 2009 season, offering patrons the chance to see an impressive line-up of prominent performing artists, lecturers and…

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Review: Shine a Light
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Review: Shine a Light

Shine a Light Directed by Martin Scorsese Concert Promotions International   Rating: 3   Considering its subject is the legendary Rolling Stones and it is directed by the…

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Outdoor adventures
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Outdoor adventures

For anyone who has ever been stuck with horrible seats or waited in line at a ticket office only to be turned away, it can be agreed upon…

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Music department faculty member awarded for music composition
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Music department faculty member awarded for music composition

Kurt Rohde, assistant professor and resident composer in the department of music, was awarded a prestigious fellowship for music composition from the American Academy in Rome on Apr.…

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Art department receives original Warhol photographs
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Art department receives original Warhol photographs

Art students will soon be able to make use of a unique donation to the department - a time capsule of 21st century pop culture. On Friday the…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

LIVE MUSIC Internal Conflict, Plead the Fifth, Knuckle Puck, Wipeout Friday, 7 p.m. Turtle House I always enjoy a good movie reference, especially from a childhood classic like…

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Step into my Office, baby
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Step into my Office, baby

As most fans of quality television programs know, "The Office" returns to its weekly spot on NBC tonight to resume its fourth season. For Office fanatics like myself,…

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Gallery Review
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Gallery Review

Editor's note: MUSE offers a monthly feature to review specific exhibits from art galleries on campus and throughout the Davis/Sacramento area. This month's "Gallery Review" is of the…

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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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