Lovett and Hiatt woo sold-out crowd
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Lovett and Hiatt woo sold-out crowd

Out-of-place is not a feeling one should experience when going to a concert. However, easily being 15 to 20 years younger than any other person in a massive…

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Column: JUSTIN T. HO
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Column: JUSTIN T. HO

Somewhere in an office in Cupertino, Apple marketing strategists designed the iPod, a creation that would transform the music industry seemingly forever. Eight years and six iPod generations…

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5 Questions with Chris Larsen of Buildings Breeding
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5 Questions with Chris Larsen of Buildings Breeding

Local band Buildings Breeding, consisting of Chris Larson, Chris Vogel, Justin Titsworth, Kevin Dockter and UC Davis alumna Melanie Glover, will be disbanding in late next month. We…

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CD Review: Colbie Caillat
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CD Review: Colbie Caillat

Almost everyone nowadays can at least hum, if not sing along perfectly to Colbie Caillat's song \

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Arts week
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CD Review: Lady Gaga
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CD Review: Lady Gaga

With an upcoming concert in Sacramento scheduled for sometime in November, I thought it would be appropriate to share with all of you the magic that is Lady…

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CD Review: Owl City
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CD Review: Owl City

Editor's note: Last Friday, Muse ran a review of Owl City's Ocean Eyes for our online edition. Muse offers a different take on the Owl City album for…

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Beat Generation re-created with festival
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Beat Generation re-created with festival

Inside a smoky San Francisco lounge, several avant-garde poets and artists gather together over jazz music to share a cup of coffee. Sipping their caffeine, they brought along…

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Operation: Restore Maximum Freedom VIII
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Operation: Restore Maximum Freedom VIII

KDVS offers many events throughout the year, but none as unique and social as Operation: Restore Maximum Freedom. Now completing its fourth year running, the day-long outdoor music…

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Column: JUSTIN T. HO
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Column: JUSTIN T. HO

Pablo Picasso once said "bad artists copy, good artists steal." Sure. We all know that Led Zeppelin stole from early blues artists like Muddy Waters; that Wolfmother stole…

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Technology with an Edge
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Technology with an Edge

For the next two months the Technocultural Studies Department will be parading a series of speakers and artists through campus, showcasing the many ways one can practically and…

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Welcome to Zombieland, the happiest place on earth
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Welcome to Zombieland, the happiest place on earth

Vampires seem to have cornered the mythical horror creature market these days, but zombies are staging a takeover. Zombieland, the latest film featuring the undead, turns typical horror…

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Arts Week
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Arts Week

MUSIC Laurel Ensemble Today, 12:05 p.m., free Mondavi Center, Rumsey Rancheria Grand Lobby Another impressive free noon concert - UC Davis' Laurel Ensemble, a faculty-comprised clarinet, flute, viola,…

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CD Review: Backnbloom
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CD Review: Backnbloom

Christine Brewer and UC Davis Symphony Orchestra celebrate Barbara K. Jackson’s birthday
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Christine Brewer and UC Davis Symphony Orchestra celebrate Barbara K. Jackson’s birthday

In a birthday celebration for longtime patron Barbara K. Jackson, Christine Brewer along with the UC Davis Symphony Orchestra performed pieces from Wesendonck Lieder, Cantata and New Moon…

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