‘In whose arms shall I die?’
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‘In whose arms shall I die?’

Written and directed by Theatre and Dance Department professor Jade Rosina McCutcheon, contemporary theater piece Elephant's Graveyard combines the three elements of dance, song and drama onto one…

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CD Review: Bombay Bicycle Club
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CD Review: Bombay Bicycle Club

In their debut album, I Had the Blues But I Shook Them Loose, UK-based band Bombay Bicycle Club combines alternative rock, experimental and blues elements with Strokes-esque rhythms…

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Column: Justin T. Ho
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Column: Justin T. Ho

Last week I wrote about why illegal downloading is understandable, at least in certain cases. I don't recommend it, but hey, I'm not going to judge you if…

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CD Review: Jay-Z
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CD Review: Jay-Z

The Blueprint 3 is supposedly an anthem to Jay-Z's innovative mark on the music industry. Jay-Z ambitiously sets out to release an album entirely centered on the idea…

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Experience the Mystery at Freeborn
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CD Review: Nuclear Power Plants
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CD Review: Nuclear Power Plants

A challenge often confronting eccentric, visually arresting musicians is the task of transferring the spirit of frenzied and elaborate live shows onto a recorded medium. And they rarely…

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Will you B Here?
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Will you B Here?

Any disease with the nickname "the silent killer" is one that people shouldn't be kept in the dark about.

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CD Review: Hornet Leg
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CD Review: Hornet Leg

In this album, Hornet Leg captures an older, playful punk feel that I haven't come across in a long time. The songs are mostly melodious, featuring an unrefined…

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An interview with Mondavi Center Executive Don Roth
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An interview with Mondavi Center Executive Don Roth

Executive Director Don Roth has implemented a creative goal for the UC Davis' Mondavi Center by moving towards an artistic, educational and operational vision for the past three…

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CD Review: Parachute
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CD Review: Parachute

This debut album from Parachute delivers simplicity, predictability and hackneyed lyrics - but not much more.

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CD Review: The Temper Trap
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CD Review: The Temper Trap

The soulful and gospel-like vocals make The Temper Trap unlike most indie rock bands out there today. Most distinguished for their track \

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Column: Justin T. Ho
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Column: Justin T. Ho

On a daily basis, college students face the conundrum of balancing frugality with exorbitant and often lavish excess. We'd all love to be wise money savers to keep…

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“Let the wild rumpus start!”
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“Let the wild rumpus start!”

I was surprised to find out that more people haven't read Where The Wild Things Are than I thought. So when I showed them the epic Arcade Fire's…

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Sideshow Physical Theatre presents Elephant’s Graveyard
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Sideshow Physical Theatre presents Elephant’s Graveyard