News in Brief: Music of Java at the Mondavi Center
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News in Brief: Music of Java at the Mondavi Center

Free Javanese Gamelan Gadhon concert today Javanese Gamelan Gadhon, a traditional ensemble of music (an array of instruments played together to make a specific type of sound and…

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All-star artists to visit Mondavi Center
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All-star artists to visit Mondavi Center

Former competition winners gather for special reunion concert The artists performing at the Mondavi Center this Friday might be young, but they will definitely not be lacking in…

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Aggie Style Watch
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Aggie Style Watch

Your weekly dose of campus fashion This week I spoke with Hannah Kagan-Moore, a graduate student in the art history program. During her undergraduate career at Skidmore College…

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Hopped Up Comedy 2.0 leaps to Sudwerk Dock Store
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Hopped Up Comedy 2.0 leaps to Sudwerk Dock Store

Winter comedy show to feature comedians from Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, TBS Drink up and laugh out loud at the Hopped Up Comedy 2.0 show, coming to Davis’ Sudwerk…

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Aggie Oscar Predictions
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Aggie Oscar Predictions

Winner predictions for the 87th Academy awards Here at The California Aggie Arts Desk, we are all about the movies, and with the 87th Academy Awards coming up…

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Souper Bowl 2015 to touch down in Davis
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Souper Bowl 2015 to touch down in Davis

12 local restaurants to go head-to-head for annual charity soup competition Warm your hearts and stomachs, and head on over to Davis Odd Fellows Lodge on Sunday for…

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Meat pies and musicals take Davis
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Meat pies and musicals take Davis

Davis Musical Theatre Company presents Sweeney Todd The Davis Musical Theatre Company (DMTC) is set to bring their rendition of composer and playwright Stephen Sondheim’s dark musical, Sweeney…

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Best selling author to visit Davis
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Best selling author to visit Davis

Author Garth Stein to hold book signing at the Avid Reader Garth Stein has had an illustrious career; he’s produced an Academy Award-winning documentary and his last book,…

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AggieAngelous
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AggieAngelous

In loving memory of the inclusivity and resilience of Maya Angelou ThePoetry-ThePoetsAndThePoetesses ThePoetry “Science=Art” By Abbas Mohamed   The universe Math and love Chemistry and creation   As…

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In the mood for a cappella
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In the mood for a cappella

If you’ve ever dreamed of being serenaded by 13 dapper vocalists in front of all your friends, your chance has arrived. UC Davis’ all-male a cappella group, The…

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So Ra Kim presents the power of percussion
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So Ra Kim presents the power of percussion

Using the power of percussion, South Korean musician So Ra Kim illustrates constellations of cultural traditions, from original beats to expressions of identity. On Feb. 20, Kim’s percussion…

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Aggie Style Watch
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Aggie Style Watch

Can we please discuss what Rihanna wore to the Grammys? To me, bad-gal Riri’s huge, poofy, strawberry sherbet-colored ball gown was the absolute epitome of American pageantry and…

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Dead Arts Society and Studio 301 to hold collaborative showcase
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Dead Arts Society and Studio 301 to hold collaborative showcase

There is no doubt that competition is normal in the sports and academic world. However, there is another kind of rivalry that runs rampant on the University of…

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Celebrating love by the decade
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Celebrating love by the decade

Treat yourself to the sweet sounds of love this Valentine’s Day weekend. On Saturday and Sunday, Citizens Who Care for the Elderly (CWC) will be presenting Decades of…

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AggieAngelous
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AggieAngelous

“Love Recognizes no Barriers, Love jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope” — Maya Angelou   ThePoetry “Sestina” by Allegra Jostad…

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