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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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‘Outsider art’ playing insider music
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‘Outsider art’ playing insider music

With Halloween comes the candy, masks, slutty outfits, fake blood and the inevitable mass of freshmen wandering campus to make use of their Saturday night. But look no…

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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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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

CD Review: Karen O and the Kids
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CD Review: Karen O and the Kids

It's a great year for Karen O. In addition to spending roughly a year traveling to various locations around the U.S. to create the Yeah Yeah Yeah's March…

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The future looks retro
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The future looks retro

The end of a decade usually signifies a time of reflection and assessment. What the hell happened in the last 10 years? What's changed since we apprehensively watched…

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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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