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This Is Halloween

Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, I call this story... the tale of the terrifying text.
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Capturing Cronenberg

Last Friday, with the dark and stormy night providing an apt background for the evening, Arts & Lectures hosted a screening of iconic director David Cronenberg's newest film, followed by a discussion ...
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Original Shin

Okay, I'll admit it: In this instance, I am not an objective reviewer. The Shins are one of my favorite bands, and they have always had a special place in my music collection - not to mention in my he...
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‘Tis the Season

With the long, languid days of summer rapidly becoming but a distant memory and the onslaught of a new year of classes coming at you faster than you care to accept, it's hard to see the positive side ...
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Rilo Kiley

There is one universal truth that all indie music fans eventually have to come to grips with - inevitably almost all of the best indie bands will take a foray into the mainstream.
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More for Your Money Beef Up Your Events List for Less

Welcome to college. Unless Mommy and Daddy are as generous with their cash as a bored college kid is with a poke button, you will hereby be broke for the next four years. It doesn't matter if you work...
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Summerteeth

With their pads, pens and pensive expressions, music journalists are an easy group to spot at any concert.
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Pack That Bowl

Sometimes a band isn't meant to perform live. Sometimes otherwise-talented musicians just don't do so well at holding an audience's attention for a whole headlining set.
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Simon Says

Article Published Saturday July 14, 2007.
Whenever an up-and-coming artist opens for someone more established, there's always that make-or-break moment about halfway into the set when th...
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Around The World In Sixty Days

Spending the summer in Santa Barbara has its pros and cons.
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The Angels’ Share

Since its debut in the early '90s, "Angels in America" has won a Pulitzer Prize, two Tony Awards, two Drama Desk Awards, an Evening Standard Award, two Lawrence Olivier Awards and a New York Drama Cri...
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Dancing in the Streets

On May 15, Campbell Hall was crammed with a sold-out crowd of baby boomers, silver-haired socialites, college kids, families and couples obviously on dates. The crowd was eclectic to say the least - a...
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A Pirate’s Life for Me

"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" finds a guilty Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley), a brooding Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and a scheming Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) united in the quest ...
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Champagne, Glamour, Sex and Respect

In this day and age, few things have the power to create a pop culture phenomenon like the Internet.
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Calendar for 5/3/07

Thursday (5/3): Who doesn't like porn? Unwind from midterms with a screening and discussion of queer pornography.
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