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Dope Metaphors Makes a Triumphant Return

This Dope Metaphors showcase, more than any other, felt like a cathartic experience for everyone involved.
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Diehl and Salvant Conclude UCSB’s Jazz Revival

This final installment of the Jazz series represented the legacy of musical talent: combining classic music with new prominent artists.
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Postmodern Jukebox Brings Charm to Arlington

The stage lit up with a flaming, passionate red, and the musicians of Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) took the stage in their first-ever show in Santa Barbara.
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Poetry of the World Presented at MCC

The poetry presented throughout the night told many different stories. Themes of injustice, entrapment and cultural dissonance were prevalent as the poems expressed the feelings of many people in Amer...
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It’s Lit!: Fear and Loathing (and God) in Literature

This week, Natalie Noblett takes on Alida Nugent’s in-your-face but wildly fun Don't Worry, It Gets Worse while Allie Graydon reflects on Neil Gaiman's modern rendering of ancient myths in American ...
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Spectacular Environmental Beauty Captured by Bob Poole

Although many believe that some areas of the world will never recover their natural plant and animal life, Bob Poole believes differently. With his newest footage of Gorongosa National Park, he hopes ...
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IV Kicks Off Fall with Community Concert

After the lull of summer, I.V. is again filled with students enjoying their community and ready to see some fun-filled live shows.
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KCSB Pays Bowie Tribute

On Thursday night, KCSB presented “Starman Under the Stars,” a tribute to Bowie’s legacy and the wide range of his talents.
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Anoushka Shankar Charms Campbell Hall

Anoushka Shankar brought her intricate skill and her international musical background to Campbell Hall on Monday night with a concert celebrating her new album Land of Gold. The renowned sitar player ...
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Dope Metaphors in the Hub

Amidst the bittersweet aroma of coffee and the jarring red lights that shone through the dark room, Samuel Crane stepped onto the stage with a friendly smile and a confident air. The crowded tables an...
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Battle of the Bands Brings Large Turnout to the Hub

Rock & roll blasting through speakers, flashing multicolored lights and densely packed students jumping in every direction made Thursday night’s Battle of the Bands a beacon of excitement amongs...
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Monterey Jazz Brings Campbell to Life

The air was still and brimming with excited anticipation in Campbell Hall on Thursday night. A group of five men stood onstage with their silent instruments, illuminated by an outline of red light. Qu...
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Magic Lantern Celebrates 50th Anniversary with ‘Citizen Kane’

Neon flashing lights and enthusiastic calls of “Welcome!” greeted audience members in I.V. Theater on Monday night as Magic Lantern Films celebrated their 50th year of cinematic appreciation. Crow...
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Anna Deveare Smith’s One-Woman Show Never Gives Up

There is rarely a performance so powerful and so genuine that within the audience, the dim stage light shows streaming tears all around, both from laughter and sorrow. Anna Deveare Smith’s Never Giv...
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Anna Deveare Smith To Bring Her ‘Never Givin’ Up’ to Campbell Hall

Many plays need large casts, elaborate scenery and special effects galore to capture attention, but there’s one artist who is able to dazzle audiences with only herself and her words. If you are an ...
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