Team Jumba says ‘Do svidaniya’ to ‘The Amazing Race’
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Team Jumba says ‘Do svidaniya’ to ‘The Amazing Race’

Two taxi rides in St. Petersburg, Russia, turned out to be the kryptonite that eliminated Michael and Kevin Wu from The Amazing Race 17.

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CD review: RJD2
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CD review: RJD2

Scheduled to set the Freeborn stage on fire (literally, maybe?) on January 27th of this upcoming year, RJD2 gives Davis audiences something exciting to look forward to with…

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Global climate crisis and modern landscapes captured in new photographs
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Global climate crisis and modern landscapes captured in new photographs

Out of sight and out of mind? Pipelines, power lines and concrete structures that spool endless amounts of steam and pollutants into our air have become dominant factors…

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Artsweek
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Artsweek

THIS WEEK IN DAVIS: Wayne Thiebaud in Conversation with Kenneth Baker; Myx Presents: Loaded; Ornette Coleman.

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Performing artists collaborate on multi-disciplinary production
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Performing artists collaborate on multi-disciplinary production

Musicians, choreographers and dancers don't often take the stage at the same time. But in a new show called 6 Degrees, that's exactly what they'll do.

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Harry Potter casts one hell of a spell
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Harry Potter casts one hell of a spell

It's that time of year again - no, not the holidays, but a Harry Potter movie debut. Yes, once again millions of diehard Potter fans will rush the…

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CD review: Kid Cudi
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CD review: Kid Cudi

Kid Cudi produces a dark sophomoric album that not only doesn't satisfy fans, but also deeply confuses them. Man on the Moon II not only has very little…

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CD review: Rihanna
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CD review: Rihanna

Column: Smile for the camera
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Column: Smile for the camera

At the height of their fame, Jon and Kate Gosselin and their eight kids were one of America's favorite families. But celebrity came at a price.

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Though funny and unique, Gallathea leaves audience mystified
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Though funny and unique, Gallathea leaves audience mystified

Gallathea, a thoroughly thought-provoking play, evokes lots of laughs, a few sighs and a couple of yawns. Although funny and unique, some scenes are dated, and the overall…

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Discover campus art
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Discover campus art

You may walk or bike by UC Davis' original works of art every day, but have you ever stopped to really look at them? The Aggie researched four…

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CD review: Taylor Swift
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CD review: Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is all grown up. No, she did not take the Britney Spears/ Miley Cyrus route and completely destroy her reputation to seem older, but the lyrics…

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Column: Tweet, tweet
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Column: Tweet, tweet

Have you ever wanted to know what celebrities are really thinking, at any given hour of the day, with no publicists around to influence what they say?

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Two contests invite college filmmakers to submit original work
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Two contests invite college filmmakers to submit original work

101110_ar_Filmcontests Summary:Headline: Two contests invite college filmmakers to submit original workLayercake: 32nd Annual College Television Awards and indie film Grassroots could get students noticed by film industryBy ROBIN…

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UC Davis Ph.D. candidate Elizabeth Galindo designs costumes for stage and screen
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UC Davis Ph.D. candidate Elizabeth Galindo designs costumes for stage and screen

101110_ar_LizGalindoHeadline: UC Davis Ph.D. candidate Elizabeth Galindo designs costumes for stage and screenLayercake: Galindo’s designs featured in Theatre/Dance Department’s GallatheaBy ERIN MIGDOLAggie Staff Writer Leafing through a giant…

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