CD review: Layzie Bone
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CD review: Layzie Bone

Just released on Tuesday, Layzie Bone from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is back with a new album featuring 10 tracks with their signature '90s flavor - both in the sometimes…

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CD review: Amos Lee
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CD review: Amos Lee

In a Tuesday full of releases revealing new sounds from artists Iron & Wine and The Cold War Kids that displeased loyal fans, Amos Lee's Mission Bell manages…

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CD review: The Script
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CD review: The Script

In terms of growth, there really isn't any for The Script's second album, but hey, I'm not complaining. The first album was so awesome that a continuation of…

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Column: Make ’em laugh
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Column: Make ’em laugh

I feel sorry for a lot of people in the world - for instance, flood victims and the homeless.

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Spotlight on the Student Fashion Association
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Spotlight on the Student Fashion Association

Coco Chanel once famously said, "Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas,…

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A look into UC Davis’ graduate program for music
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A look into UC Davis’ graduate program for music

Musicians around the country are beginning to take notice of UC Davis' graduate program in music, a highly selective and rigorous program of study for those with serious…

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The Nature of This Place captures beauty of Sierra Nevada foothills
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The Nature of This Place captures beauty of Sierra Nevada foothills

The Yuba Watershed Institute, a group that seeks to protect natural resources and biological diversity, recently published a new book entitled The Nature of This Place. In it,…

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Sophia’s welcomes an epic ensemble
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Sophia’s welcomes an epic ensemble

Dim the lights down a bit. It's time to disengage from your typical night on the town and experience a scenic wave of sound.

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Concert Review: 30 Seconds to Mars
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Concert Review: 30 Seconds to Mars

Freeborn Hall was filled to the max at the Entertainment Council's biggest show of the current academic year, 30 Seconds to Mars. In case you missed it, two…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

THIS WEEK IN DAVIS: Mark O'Connor's Hot Swing with Julian Lage; Typhoon, AgesandAges; Daniel Handler: Why Does Lemony Snicket Keep Following Me?

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

THIS WEEK IN DAVIS: "Fantasy"; Swiss Family Skiers, Angora Debs, The Hondettes, DJ Toddles; Sa Moana: The Sea Inside.

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“I got the part!”
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“I got the part!”

Whether it's for television, movies or the stage, the first step to making it big is getting through the grueling task of auditioning.

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CD review: Tapes n’ Tapes
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CD review: Tapes n’ Tapes

Tapes n' Tapes was formed in the cold boundaries of Minnesota in 2003. Consequently, they recorded their first album in the numbingly freezing Wisconsin woods.

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CD review: Robyn
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CD review: Robyn

CD review: The Jacka
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CD review: The Jacka

Mob Figaz' very own Jacka released his fifth solo album entitled Flight Risk on Tuesday. Styles P, Yukmouth, Turf Talk and other notable rap artists are featured on…

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