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The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music Album: “This Time” by Donna Missal Donna Missal is a powerhouse singer known for her sultry sound.…

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Couch Concert: VirgoGabrielle
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Couch Concert: VirgoGabrielle

Young local musician tells a personal story with her music First-year community and regional development major Gabrielle Reid, also known as VirgoGabrielle, writes her music on an bright…

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Garlic Fried Egg Tacos
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Garlic Fried Egg Tacos

Homemade corn tortillas, pickled onions and a seasonal salad make for perfect spring dinner It’s Tuesday, it’s dinner time, what do you turn to? Tacos, duh. Taco Tuesday…

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Martyrs of Art: The Dangers of Creating a Masterpiece
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Martyrs of Art: The Dangers of Creating a Masterpiece

Some critics ignore controversial art, others require blood Throughout history, artists have suffered for their work — some by way of their own creatios, and others because of…

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UC Davis to host Whole Earth Festival
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UC Davis to host Whole Earth Festival

The 50th annual festival will be one for the books UC Davis’ will host its 50th annual Whole Earth Festival from May 10 to 12 on the Quad.…

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The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music Television: “Portlandia” This wonderfully weird sketch comedy show was born from the minds of Fred Armisen and…

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The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, novels and music Television: Bojack Horseman “Bojack Horseman” is an animated Netflix show about a washed up ‘90s sitcom actor…

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Senior Art Shows
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Senior Art Shows

The Basement Gallery features student work throughout Spring Quarter The first round of the spring Senior Art Shows began on April 8 in the Basement Gallery. These shows…

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Gaspar Noé: The Enigma of a Controversialist
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Gaspar Noé: The Enigma of a Controversialist

Despised by some, beloved by many The scar that Gaspar Noé has left on the history of film is one of pain and beauty. He is the son…

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Celebrating fifty years of independent radio
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Celebrating fifty years of independent radio

KDV(YE)S This past week KDVS hosted its second fundraiser of the year, called “Freeform Turns 50,” in celebration of its 50th year being broadcasted on air at 90.3…

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The Arts Desk’s weekly picks for television, movies, books and music Television: “It’s Alive! With Brad” Diverging from the norm, I recommend a Bon Appétit YouTube series instead…

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Down in Lower Freeborn: Aggie Studios
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Down in Lower Freeborn: Aggie Studios

“Your Source for All Things Aggie” In the depths of Lower Freeborn Hall, the basement of the MU, lives the creative offices of ASUCD — each a different…

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Creative Freedom: The Musical Ingenuity of Solo Artists
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Creative Freedom: The Musical Ingenuity of Solo Artists

The bigger the waves, the smaller the band In 2009, a fourteen-year-old musician named Thebe Neruda Kgositsile (at the time known as “Sly Tendencies”) logged onto Myspace and…

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Shrem’s Last Third Thursday of the quarter
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Shrem’s Last Third Thursday of the quarter

Museum ends off with the theme Game On! The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art hosted its final Third Thursday event of the school year…

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Will Durkee’s Art Show in Review
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Will Durkee’s Art Show in Review

Fun, weird, psychedelic art on display at Delta of Venus On April 12, Bay Area artist and musician Will Durkee held an art opening at Delta of Venus…

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