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Feist | Let It Die

After an illustrious career of collaborating and performing with numerous other artists - Peaches, Apostle of Hustle, Kings of Convenience and Broken Social Scene, to name a few - Canadian singer/song...
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Coming To America

In a collaboration of creative input and dynamic artistry, Brown Baby, by Carlos Morton, will world premiere this Friday at 8 p.m. in the UCSB Performing Arts Theatre. The play deals primarily with th...
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Jesus is Magic | What would Sarah do?

Sarah Silverman leans forward on her vanity, arms locked straight and shoulders up around her ears, demurely pouting at her reflection. Hinging at the hips, she lowers herself onto the dresser surface...
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Mrs. Henderson Presents | Doin’ the Blitzkrieg Bop

Mrs. Henderson, an upper-class woman living in London in the 1930s, is well into her 70s when she loses her husband and consequentially finds herself at loose ends. At the suggestion of one of her fri...
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Syriana | Reality Check

In the corporate world of oil and politics, the real power lies behind and beneath the government. In the impoverished Middle East, where young men and women are lured from their seemingly inescapable...
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Hiroshim, Mon Amor

Hiroshima, filled with sun, is waking up on August 6, 1945. Teenage boys are playing a game of baseball, women are shopping at a fish market, crowded trolley cars are carrying parents to their jobs, w...
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Trey Anastasio | Shine | Columbia

Last week, the former frontman of America's biggest cult band released his fifth solo album, Shine. This album gives Anastasio a creditable niche in the pop genre - a result that many critics discoura...
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