CD review: Meth, Ghost & Rae
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CD review: Meth, Ghost & Rae

If you want beef then bring the ruckus, Wu-Tang Clan ain't nothin' ta fuck with. Wu-Massacre, a collaborative album by Wu-Tang members Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon…

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Local DJs bring the world of electronica into Davis homes
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Local DJs bring the world of electronica into Davis homes

It's a Saturday night in Davis and the Dead 12 Year Olds are in the house. Literally.

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Free showing of Liz Canner’s documentary Orgasm Inc. will take place in Technocultural Studies Building
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Free showing of Liz Canner’s documentary Orgasm Inc. will take place in Technocultural Studies Building

The Documentary Cluster at UC Davis, in conjunction with the Technocultural Studies and Film Studies departments, will present a free showing of the documentary Orgasm Inc. in the…

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Artsweek

CD review: Barenaked Ladies
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CD review: Barenaked Ladies

Finally, the much-anticipated album from Barenaked Ladies has arrived! It definitely provides a new sound - this is not the same Barenaked Ladies of a few years back.…

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Davis Feminist Film Festival to be held at Veterans Memorial Theatre
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Davis Feminist Film Festival to be held at Veterans Memorial Theatre

The Consortium for Women and Research and the Film Studies Department at UC Davis are presenting the fifth annual Feminist Film Festival, which will take place at 6…

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Sophia’s announces its 2010 lineup
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Sophia’s announces its 2010 lineup

As the weather continues to heat up, Sophia's Thai Kitchen will be breaking the ice and resuming its annual outdoor music season. Starting with Nick Jaina on Apr.…

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Standing solo
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Standing solo

With the same fervent passion for the art form of theatre and dance, Masters of Fine Arts graduating students Amy Louise Cole, Anne Reeder, Brett Duggan and James…

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Greenberg: 40 Going on 41
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Greenberg: 40 Going on 41

Here are some characteristics essential to Roger Greenberg, played by Ben Stiller in Greenberg: He is cold, aloof and dispassionate toward change. He exemplifies the peculiar notions of…

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Baaba Maal bridges cultural gaps through music
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Baaba Maal bridges cultural gaps through music

UC Davis world music aficionados have reason to rejoice this spring. On Apr. 8, Senegalese singer Baaba Maal will embark on his first United States tour in four…

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Column: Art and marketing
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Column: Art and marketing

Art and marketing are entirely different fields, but when it comes to attaining a solid career, they're entirely inseparable. I don't really know anything about marketing, but it…

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The Nelson Gallery unveils three new exhibits
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The Nelson Gallery unveils three new exhibits

While students were busy cramming for finals and ignoring the world outside of their heavy books and notes, the Richard L. Nelson Gallery was busy preparing the opening…

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CD review: Jonas Reinhardt
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CD review: Jonas Reinhardt

It seems that the popularization of Animal Collective's Merriweather Post Pavilion in early 2009 convinced many experimental electronic artists that aimlessly noodling around with noises, sounds and excessive…

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CD review: Ape School
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CD review: Ape School

Tracks from Michael Johnson's 2009 release, Ape School, were semi-recently remixed and put onto an a seven-track compilation unoriginally titled Remixes. The songs carry similar resonance as the…

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