New art museum to open on campus this fall
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New art museum to open on campus this fall

The Manetti Shrem Art Museum set to engage with students The Jan Shrem and Maria…

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Pence Gallery explores ‘The Consilience of Art and Science’
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Pence Gallery explores ‘The Consilience of Art and Science’

Exhibit explores link between art and science The Pence Gallery’s biennial exhibit, “The Consilience of…

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Review: ‘The Danish Girl’
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Review: ‘The Danish Girl’

The heart-wrenching story of Lili Elbe With its slow pace and beautiful visuals, The Danish…

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A fairytale dream come true
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A fairytale dream come true

Telemark’s Annual Ball: Before the Clock Strikes 12 Tele-MARK the date, because the Telemark Dance…

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Davis Poetry Reading Series welcomes Marit MacArthur, Matthew Woodman
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Davis Poetry Reading Series welcomes Marit MacArthur, Matthew Woodman

Poetry reading, open mic at the John Natsoulas Gallery. On the first and third Thursday…

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Aggie Style Watch
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Aggie Style Watch

Keeping things simple. Being a student can be stressful enough without the added pressure of…

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War veterans present their experiences through art
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War veterans present their experiences through art

Veterans use the power of art to convey the struggles they have faced. Positive Reflections:…

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Replacing the gap left by Frank Ocean
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Replacing the gap left by Frank Ocean

Ady Suleiman and Samm Henshaw conjure a musical mosaic of genres. Nothing can quite fill…

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Davis dance community comes together for a good cause
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Davis dance community comes together for a good cause

Released Contemporary Dance Company hosts Dance for a Cause to benefit Camp Kesem. Released Contemporary…

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Album review: Panic! At the Disco returns with ‘Death of a Bachelor’
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Album review: Panic! At the Disco returns with ‘Death of a Bachelor’

Brendon Urie’s new album has hits and soon-to-be fan favorites Panic! At the Disco (P!ATD)…

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‘Band of Robbers’ a quirky take on the adventures of Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn
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‘Band of Robbers’ a quirky take on the adventures of Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn

A movie Mark Twain would be proud of Band of Robbers, a modern-day twist on…

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The newest addition to your playlist: Vulfpeck puts an even funkier twist on classic motown beats
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The newest addition to your playlist: Vulfpeck puts an even funkier twist on classic motown beats

‘Wait for the Moment’ approaches clichéd themes in new ways I like to pretend everybody…

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Artsweek: The best of arts and culture in Davis this week
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Artsweek: The best of arts and culture in Davis this week

Tuesday, Jan. 26 Pajama Storytime, 6:30 to 7 p.m., Yolo County Library, Davis Branch, 315…

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Campus book project author, Matt Taibbi, to speak at the Mondavi
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Campus book project author, Matt Taibbi, to speak at the Mondavi

Matt Taibbi discusses his best-selling book, The Divide: American Injustice In the Age of the…

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Ai Weiwei exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum
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Ai Weiwei exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum

Renowned artist’s ‘Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads: Bronze’ will be on display at Sacramento museum. For…

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