Bottlerock: where music, food, booze live in harmony
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Bottlerock: where music, food, booze live in harmony

Music festival takes place in Napa Located in the heart of wine country, this up-and-coming music festival is appropriately themed and centered all around wine. Though sponsored by…

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Culture Corner
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Culture Corner

The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music TV: “The Office” (Season 1-3) Some may say I’m obsessed with “The Office.” I prefer the term…

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Tha Dirt Feelin
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Tha Dirt Feelin

A local Davis band returns to Central Park with new energy During Spring Quarter, students and Davis residents attend the Wednesday Farmer’s Market to enjoy fresh produce, food…

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Cooking with Wine
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Cooking with Wine

Chicken Provençal Returning home after a long Monday, I promptly marched to the kitchen, grabbed a wine glass and poured myself the last of the bottle of Chardonnay…

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CCLASS hosts Patio De Colores
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CCLASS hosts Patio De Colores

The colorful event has come to an end The Center for Chicanx and Latinx Academic Student Success held their final Patio De Colores of the quarter on Friday,…

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Grand Opening: Burger Patch
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Grand Opening: Burger Patch

“Convenient Consciousness” with plant-based fast food Sacramento’s newest addition to its vegan utopia is the 100% plant-based burger, fries and shake restaurant Burger Patch. Located on K and…

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Commentary: The Children’s Books that Define Us
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Commentary: The Children’s Books that Define Us

Children books that have had a lasting effect on students After taking ENL 180 “Children’s Literature” with Professor Frances Dolan, I began thinking critically about how the books…

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The Entanglement of Jazz and Hip-Hop
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The Entanglement of Jazz and Hip-Hop

A Musical Love Affair Jazz, characterized by free improvisation and syncopation with instruments like piano, trumpet, saxophone and drums, has its far-reaching tendrils in much of the music…

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Review: “Father of the Bride”
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Review: “Father of the Bride”

Did Vampire Weekend exchange their boating shoes for sneakers? I’ll skip the over-dramatic fangirl monologue for the time being. My continuous admiration for Vampire Weekend was (maybe embarrassingly)…

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Culture Corner
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Culture Corner

The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music Television: “Schitt’s Creek” Father-son duo Eugene and Daniel Levy created and star in this Canadian sitcom about…

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Review: Mac DeMarco, in concert
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Review: Mac DeMarco, in concert

With the release of new album “Here Comes the Cowboy,” DeMarco stops in Sacramento as part of North American tour Last week, half of the Arts and Culture…

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Davis Feminist Film Festival
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Davis Feminist Film Festival

14th annual festival to showcase intersectionality, feminist struggles The 14th Annual Davis Feminist Film Festival will be held on Friday, May 24, at the Veterans Memorial Theater. The…

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Origins Overlooked: Trap Music in Mainstream Music
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Origins Overlooked: Trap Music in Mainstream Music

While trap flourishes in popular culture, the story of its inception does not Depending on the person, the word “trap” can mean many things. Thanks to the rise…

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Burnt out of playlists
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Burnt out of playlists

Reminiscing on an activity technology has eliminated When Apple decided to get rid of the CD drive in their laptops a few years ago, they did more than…

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What I Learned From “Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat”
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What I Learned From “Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat”

Nosrat teaches four basic elements of cooking The Netflix original series “Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat,” starring Samin Nosrat, is an artful culinary journey through the the four basic…

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