Review: Generation Wealth
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Review: Generation Wealth

Greenfield analyzes the new American Dream Documentary filmmaker Lauren Greenfield spent her career attempting to understand America’s obsession with wealth and status. I was first introduced to Greenfield…

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Prominent writer Cherríe Moraga speaks at Manetti Shrem Museum
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Prominent writer Cherríe Moraga speaks at Manetti Shrem Museum

Writer gives talk as part of “Xixanx Futurity” exhibit Esteemed and internationally-recognized poet, feminist, essayist and playwright Cherríe Moraga spoke at the Manetti Shrem museum as part of…

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Appreciating Roma
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Appreciating Roma

Do streaming services fall short of movie theaters? It’s Friday evening, and movie posters shine brightly  — almost saying, “Watch me!” as moviegoers wait in line for their tickets.…

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Couch Concert: Lillian Frances
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Couch Concert: Lillian Frances

Filmed and Edited by: Trevor Goodman – tmgoodman@ucdavis.edu Contribution by: Susannah Zellers, Myranda Gudino, and Justin Han

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Yard Sales
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Yard Sales

How tidying up can be fun, profitable With the rise of minimalism and Marie Kondo’s new Netflix show “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,” which stresses decluttering and organization,…

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Review: Russian Doll
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Review: Russian Doll

Lyonne delves into the universal human experience Netflix’s new dark comedy “Russian Doll” aired on Feb. 1 and was met with critical acclaim. The show was created by…

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Review: Chay Corner
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Review: Chay Corner

Vegan take on Asian cuisine opens inside Lazi Cow Chay Corner, a pop-up eatery located inside of the popular boba and dessert shop Lazi Cow on G Street,…

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2019 Oscar Predictions
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2019 Oscar Predictions

Who will bring it home? The 91st Academy Awards will air Feb. 24 on ABC with no host. After Kevin Hart stepped down from the position because of…

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NOchella
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NOchella

Go to any other music festival that’s not Coachella Excitement for Coachella seems to be divided in 2019. In the 20 years of its busy life, Coachella has…

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UC Davis “The Bluest Eye” cast enters prestigious theater festival
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UC Davis “The Bluest Eye” cast enters prestigious theater festival

Theater ensemble raising money to proceed with the competition “The Bluest Eye,” sponsored by the UC Davis Department of Theater and Dance, will be performing at the Kennedy…

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Trivia Night
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Trivia Night

Davis students test their smarts at various trivia nights When people picture the bar scene at Davis, they likely think of memories of G Street Wunderbar’s “funk night”…

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The Boys (minus one) are back: Vampire Weekend
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The Boys (minus one) are back: Vampire Weekend

Grab your Sperrys, Vampire Weekend is dropping a new album Do you remember your first breakup? That feeling of confusion? It came out of left-field, you thought everything…

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Review: T-Kumi Ramen
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Review: T-Kumi Ramen

New ramen restaurant hits the spot T-Kumi Ramen had its soft opening mid-January in West Davis. Located on the second floor of the Westlake Plaza shopping center, T-Kumi…

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Feminist Research Institute To Host Art Exhibit
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Feminist Research Institute To Host Art Exhibit

UC Davis Feminist Research Institute looking for artists to showcase their artwork The Feminist Research Institute is looking for UC Davis students to submit their artwork for an…

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Concert Review: Hippie Sabotage
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Concert Review: Hippie Sabotage

Local duo returns home, bigger and better than before Brothers Kevin and Jeff Saurer returned to Sacramento — back to the city of their humble beginnings to give…

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