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Sam Crane Live at the Batcave

Aside from the occasional hungover student biking to the overloaded library or a bird cawing overhead, it’s quiet on campus on Sundays. Life—the buzz of students chatting with friends or bikers pe...
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Arts & Lectures Brings Kronos Quartet to Campbell

Seven p.m. Thursday night, the 19th of November, Campbell Hall. It was dark and cold outside of the venue, but inside a crowd of 800 people buzzed. After one look around the hall with its plush velvet...
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Rocktober In the Hub

The good old Hub: It’s the origin of the pungent smell of freshly cooked orange chicken when you walk by the UCen. It’s where you may or may not be willing to get in a fist fight with a fe...
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Goldenvoice To Bring Sufjan Stevens to the Arlington

On Oct. 24 The Arlington Theatre in Downtown Santa Barbara will be welcoming Sufjan Stevens to its illustrious stage. With its plush, red velvet seats and elaborate décor transporting you to the nigh...
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Cambodian Rock n’ Roll

"Don't Think I've Forgotten" tells the story of rockers fighting to be heard amidst revolution
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Demi Anter: A Not-So-Starving Artist

  At 10 after three, a girl wearing a flowing white blouse and silver sunglasses made her appearance at a table in front of the Coffee Collab. Her reddish hair framed her face perfectly, with blu...
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Margo Rey’s Organica Style Brings a Little Something for Everyone

In an interview last fall with the Daily Nexus, singer-songwriter Margo Rey said, “I feel now that every performance is this living organism, and the audience has a big part of what this performance...
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The Nile Project Fosters Cultural Community

The Nile Basin, holding 11 countries that inhabit the land bordering the Nile River, is in trouble. Climate change has led to a dwindling Nile water supply, pitting the people of the neighboring count...
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Best of 2014: Film

Artsweek Staff Shares the Movies that We’d Re-watch “Gone Girl” Alex Wehrung, Staff Writer David Fincher and Gillian Flynn adapted Flynn’s novel to the big screen to chillingly eff...
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UCSB A Capella Group InterVals Hosts “Interstellar” Show

On Dec. 5, the tiny lecture hall that is Music 1145 was filled with harmonious voices, rhythmic clapping and about three or so aluminum foil hats. If those factors don’t seem to add up, then let it ...
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Brothas from Otha Mothas: Breaking Hearts, but Not Ears

In 2011, “The Sing-Off” introduced us to Pentatonix. In 2012, “Pitch Perfect” gave us the Barden Bellas. But in 2003, before a cappella broke through to the forefront of the music scene, two s...
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Exclusive Interview with Margo Rey: Singer Songwriter Shares Life Lessons

“According to my mother, I sang as an infant,” Margo Rey, a singer-songwriter reigning from Arlington, Texas, revealed to me when our interview began. “My very first live performance was when I ...
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Young the Giant Plays Thunderdome in Diapers for Halloween Show

It was a dark and rainy night. The first dark and rainy night in many, many months, actually. And on this dark and rainy night of all nights, Young the Giant came to perform at the Thunderdome. My pil...
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Netflix Horror Films: The Horrifically Bad

Picture your upcoming Halloween night. What do you envision yourself doing? Are you dressing up in that “sultry spirit” costume (who knew being a ghost could be so revealing?) and lurking amongst ...
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New Shave Ice Shop Assuages Your Sweet Tooth

If ice cream and Hawaiian shaved ice made a baby, you would get Shave It.
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