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A Night Out at the OUTrageous! Film Festival

A Night Out at the OUTrageous! Film Festival

A rambunctious crowd gathered around the theater door in UCSB’s Multicultural Center on Thursday, Nov. 6. It was the first film screening of the year put on by Santa Barbara’s…

Storytellers from The Moth Come to UCSB

Storytellers from The Moth Come to UCSB

On the screen of the porch window was a ripped hole that drew in moths attracted to the shimmering light. While these moths fluttered about, a group of friends regularly…

The Theory of Everything: A Portrayal of the Personal Lives of Stephen and Jane Hawking

The Theory of Everything: A Portrayal of the Personal Lives of Stephen and Jane Hawking

In 2004, novelist and screenwriter Anthony McCarten read Travelling to Infinity, the autobiography of Jane Hawking, first wife of the iconic physicist Stephen Hawking. Her story inspired him enough to…

John Cleese Coming to the Granada

John Cleese Coming to the Granada

He is the John Lennon of comedy, and it isn’t just because they both have John for a first name. One of Britain’s most treasured filmmakers, the Black Knight sans…

On the Prowl for a Ripe Sound ft. Tennis and Solange Knowles

On the Prowl for a Ripe Sound ft. Tennis and Solange Knowles

    There’s an exclusive thrill that comes with discovering obscure artists with a fresh and ripe sound. It provides a vital break from mainstream music. As appealing as Nicki…

Vibing with Kanye’s Newest Protégé: Theofilus London Comes Out with Album

Vibing with Kanye’s Newest Protégé: Theofilus London Comes Out with Album

          You might not know who Theophilus (thee-off-ill-iss) London is, but Kanye West does. It’s hard to pin down the Brooklyn-raised crooner in any one category;…

5 Reasons Why You Should Buy Taylor Swift’s New Album, “1989”

5 Reasons Why You Should Buy Taylor Swift’s New Album, “1989”

  Whether it’s dancing in the car with my friends or crying alone in my room, Taylor Swift’s music has been getting me through the up and downs of my…

The Blue Boy on Our Minds: Mac DeMarco Coming to the Hub

The Blue Boy on Our Minds: Mac DeMarco Coming to the Hub

  Mac DeMarco is the shit. That may seem like an obnoxiously, overconfident statement but it’s not really an easy task to describe someone who feels like he could be…