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THIS WEEK IN DAVIS: AggieTV Informational Meeting; Operation: Restore Maximum Freedom X; Shinobi Ninja

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Entertainment Council sets new goals for new school year
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Entertainment Council sets new goals for new school year

The Entertainment Council is back this year with new events and a re-organized staff.

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Fall Arts Preview: Theater
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Fall Arts Preview: Theater

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Tilly No-Body; In The Heights; Paul Taylor Dance Company; Gallathea

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Fall Arts Preview: Music
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Fall Arts Preview: Music

Operation: Restore Maximum Freedom X; Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers; Davis Jazz and Beat Festival; Los Lobos; Madness and Music Festival; Muse/Passion Pit, Maroon 5, Shakira,…

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Fall Arts Preview: Art
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Fall Arts Preview: Art

Sacramento Valley School of Landscape Painters; Lost and Found: Visions of the Davis Art Center Permanent Collection; Wonderers; 12 Voices

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Fall Arts Preview: Movies
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Fall Arts Preview: Movies

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps; The Social Network; Due Date; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I; Tron Legacy

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If you like to laugh, if you like to spell…
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If you like to laugh, if you like to spell…

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THIS WEEK IN DAVIS: Jesse Barrera; The California Honeydrops; Secret Pre-Screening.

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Column: Art-Anon
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Column: Art-Anon

My name is Robin Migdol, and I'm an arts - and entertainment - addict. Whew. It feels good to come clean.

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America through the eyes of a Chicano artist
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America through the eyes of a Chicano artist

Vivid colors and emotional scenes tell a story of both hope and heartbreak in "My America," a solo exhibition by UC Davis professor Carlos Francisco Jackson at Woodland's…

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Wherefore art thou, Romeo? Davis!
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Wherefore art thou, Romeo? Davis!

Romeo and Juliet, the original romantic comedy, is coming to UC Davis' Arboretum thanks to a new group on campus, the Davis Shakespeare Ensemble. Performances will be held…

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S-p-e-l-l-i-n-g success in musical theatre
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S-p-e-l-l-i-n-g success in musical theatre

For some aspiring actors and theatre enthusiasts, the defining moment of success is making it onto the big Broadway stage. It's a new and invigorating kind of challenge…

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Graphic novels on display in Shields Library exhibit
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Graphic novels on display in Shields Library exhibit

Comics aren't just for Superman anymore. An exhibit of autobiographical comic books entitled "Sometimes a mere glance will do … " is currently on display in Peter J.…

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Mondavi’s deal of the year
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Mondavi’s deal of the year

There's no doubt about it; summer is coming to an end, which means that all the wonderful things that define September are coming too: moving into new apartments,…

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Steve Larsen Plaza project accepting proposals for public art installations
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Steve Larsen Plaza project accepting proposals for public art installations

How do you honor one of Davis's most celebrated figures? In the case of Steve Larsen, the late champion bicyclist and local business owner, the Davis Civic Arts…

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