Filmmaking couple raises a film
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Filmmaking couple raises a film

Husband and wife Liam Creighton and Courtney Hopf know it takes a village to raise a baby. However, their creation is actually a 15 minute short film, Julie,…

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CD Review: Opeth’s ‘Watershed’
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CD Review: Opeth’s ‘Watershed’

Swedish metal group Opeth easily embodies talent and respectability within its genre - and like any talented and respectable band, it strives to evolve with each new album.…

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5 Questions with someone artsy
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5 Questions with someone artsy

Editor's note: This week's "Five Questions" is with vocalist and guitarist Galen Disston of Pickwick, a folk-inspired indie rock band from Ballard, Wash. Pickwick will perform with Davis'…

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ARTSWEEK
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ARTSWEEK

MUSIC   Joey Casio, Chief Briggum, Sewn Leather, Fancie Today, 8 p.m. Witchdome at S and 22nd streets in Sacramento House music is in store from Olympia-based Joey…

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KDVS co-sponsers record swap
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KDVS co-sponsers record swap

Anyone with an interest in music can probably pull out a few vinyls from their parents' collection. For others, vinyl records epitomize their passion for music in general.…

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Summer stand-up
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Summer stand-up

Tuesday may not be an attractive night for college town entertainment, but Davis' own Bistro 33 has us covered nonetheless. The restaurant's "Curtain Call at City Hall," a…

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Liberté to make music on Fête de la Musique
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Liberté to make music on Fête de la Musique

People around the world celebrate the French for inventing cinema and for making kissing an art form. On Saturday, Sacramento united with hundreds of other countries to celebrate…

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Movie review: Sex and the City
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Movie review: Sex and the City

Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda have captured the hearts of dedicated fans for six seasons of "Sex and the City."

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Prof Rock
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Prof Rock

Music in the college scene has always been about artistic expression, but never has it been restricted to bored undergraduates with a guitar, mic and Garage Band.

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Student filmmakers hit the big screen at the UC Davis Film Festival
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Student filmmakers hit the big screen at the UC Davis Film Festival

The Department of Theatre and Dance eighth annual UC Davis Film Festival kicked off Wednesday with screenings of student documentaries, commercials and short movies.

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The MFA ‘Six’
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The MFA ‘Six’

For these students of the UC Davis Department of Art Masters of Fine Arts graduate program, art is more than just a hobby.

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Music review: Gavin Rossdale – ‘Wanderlust’
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Music review: Gavin Rossdale – ‘Wanderlust’

Gavin Rossdale said it himself when he repeated in the opening track, "I've been gone too long."

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A novel life and a passion for writing
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A novel life and a passion for writing

Two years ago, Gabrielle Myers quit her day job as a chef and dog-eared this chapter in her novel life for the pursuit of writing.

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Dance group put on their dancing shoes
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Dance group put on their dancing shoes

080605_ar_3D.CHeadline: Dance group put on their dancing shoesLayercake: Spring showcase Saturday at Wright HallBy JACKSON YANAggie Staff Writer It is not Carrie Bradshaw’s closet, but the Sex and…

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Owen Ashworth of Casiotone for the Painfully Alone likes more instruments than the obvious guess
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Owen Ashworth of Casiotone for the Painfully Alone likes more instruments than the obvious guess

Editor's note: MUSE offers a monthly feature to highlight artists in and out of Davis that impact our community.

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