Dancing to sound of music all year long
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Dancing to sound of music all year long

With UC Davis celebrating its centennial anniversary, the university will be dancing to scores of sharps, flats and a plethora of quarter notes. The music department announced its…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

LIVE MUSIC   Salt & Samovar, Geographer Today, 10 p.m., $3-5, 21 Sophia's Thai Kitchen

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Anyone else but you
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Anyone else but you

Monday was a particularly lucky day to be a music journalist at UC Davis: Adam Green made an unexpected yet marvelous guest appearance on the air at KDVS…

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Music review: Flight of the Conchords – ‘Flight of the Chonchords’
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Music review: Flight of the Conchords – ‘Flight of the Chonchords’

Comedic music doesn't ever stay fresh for very long - nobody regularly listens to Tenacious D or Weird Al anymore, and few probably ever did anyway.

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Author, professor emeritus Jack Forbes explores a new view of Native Americans
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Author, professor emeritus Jack Forbes explores a new view of Native Americans

The basic history of the United States of America should be a familiar story to any college student, but writer and UC Davis professor emeritus Jack D. Forbes…

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Movie review: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
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Movie review: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

It's 1957, America is deep in the Cold War and Indiana Jones is at it again in the entertaining fourth installment of the series.

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Updated Shakespeare provocative, still political
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Updated Shakespeare provocative, still political

Shakespeare never looked so sexy with a quartet of scantily clad strippers dressed in fishnet stockings, fluorescent tinted wigs and not much else for the opening of the…

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‘Expression Redefined’ in the springtime
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‘Expression Redefined’ in the springtime

The room was filled with dream interpretations, witty sandwich prose and comedic car rides Tuesday night, all compliments of the creative minds of UC Davis students.

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Technology in Culture
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Technology in Culture

Technology is an integral part of our culture, though in many ways, it goes unnoticed. However, there is an emerging discipline that strives to understand the sociological, artistic…

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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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