Post-Thanksgiving meals
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Post-Thanksgiving meals

Simple solutions to reinvent, transform leftovers Leftovers: the inevitable aftermath of Thanksgiving that can feel like déjà vu when one enters a food coma for days on end.…

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The plight of the student gamer
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The plight of the student gamer

Homework and video games are unlikely duo, but not at UC Davis “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4” and “Red Dead Redemption 2” were both released in October…

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Review: Can You Ever Forgive Me?
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Review: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Melissa McCarthy’s movie portrayal brings a criminal to life “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” is a honest look into real-life writer Lee Israel’s criminal career in the 1990s.…

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Living room tour stops in Davis
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Living room tour stops in Davis

An evening with Julia Nunes On Nov. 7 at 7 p.m., my housemates and I hosted a living room concert for Julia Nunes, a musician with over 230,000…

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Concert Review: Rüfüs Du Sol
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Concert Review: Rüfüs Du Sol

Australian trio leaves memorable performance at Bill Graham On Nov. 6, San Francisco welcomed alternative electro-dance group Rüfüs Du Sol at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The performance…

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Studio 301’s Upcoming Review: Movie Musicals!
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Studio 301’s Upcoming Review: Movie Musicals!

Fall production to feature compilation of musical staples In the basement of Wellman Hall there’s a cluster of undergrads singing their hearts out in preparation for the upcoming…

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Bullet journaling here to stay
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Bullet journaling here to stay

Bullet journaling benefits organization, mental health Every so often, internet fads and Pinterest trends actually have some merit and staying power. A few years ago, the term “bullet…

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Playlist to accompany dreaded midterm season
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Playlist to accompany dreaded midterm season

A curated list of songs, advice for studying Everyone experiences those days where they just can’t wait for the weekend, and during midterm season, every day is one…

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Tipping etiquette in Davis
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Tipping etiquette in Davis

Exploring what tipping looks like in Davis. Anytime someone gets a service done or orders food from a restaurant, cafe or other food service establishment, they are usually…

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Memoir fiction comes to the Avid Reader
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Memoir fiction comes to the Avid Reader

Marc Zimmerman presents his newest short story collection On Nov. 1, author Marc Zimmerman presented his latest book of short stories, “The Short of It All: Dreams and…

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Robyn: “Honey”
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Robyn: “Honey”

Swedish pop star makes cathartic, profound return   After an eight-year hiatus, Robyn released her latest album “Honey” on Oct. 26 — a slow synth-pop album that speaks…

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More than just a cafe
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More than just a cafe

Delta of Venus’ Halloween show was anything but scary While Delta of Venus offers great coffee, scrambles and sandwiches, anyone who has spent time there can testify that…

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Review: Mid90s
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Review: Mid90s

Jonah Hill’s “Mid90s” an emotional homage to golden era of skateboarding Raw, gritty and powerful are three words that come to mind when describing Jonah Hill’s debut film…

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REVIEW: The Hate U Give is reflective of America
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REVIEW: The Hate U Give is reflective of America

Amandla Stenberg movie focuses on self-love, racial politics Amandla Stenberg, the actress from “The Hunger Games” and “Everything, Everything,” is back in theaters to teach about the hardships…

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Aggies and Audible
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Aggies and Audible

Audiobooks for every occasion Audible, an Amazon company, has the world’s largest selection of audiobooks and is perfect for those who are constantly on the go. Available through…

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