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Arts & Lectures Season Guide

  Hey Gauchos! We at Artsweek hope you enjoyed your winter vacation, whether it was spent obsessing over Benedict Cumberbatch in Sherlock re-runs or enjoying mom’s homemade lasagna. But before ...
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Jam Band to Play SOhO on Wednesday: Artsweek Talks with Brothers Gow

Over the weekend, I had a fruitful opportunity to sit down and talk with a few of the talented musicians from eclectic jam band Brothers Gow, who will be playing SOhO this upcoming Wednesday. I got to...
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UCSB Alum Talks About Upcoming Show with Pilobolus Dance Theater

Dartmouth College students founded Pilobolus Dance Theatre in 1971. Artistic directors Michael Tracy and Robby Barnett were both part of the original PDT group, along with Jonathen Wolken, who passed ...
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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 an old childhood friend. A ...
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Why You Should Buy a Ticket for Foster the People This Saturday

  Foster the People is playing the Santa Barbara Bowl this Saturday, Nov. 15. Here are three and a half reasons why you should go buy your ticket.   Because You Love Them. Let’s face it, F...
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Mitchell Kriegman to Come to Discuss “Finding Your Voice in TV”

Are you interested in breaking into the entertainment and film industry? Did you grow up watching cartoons on Nickelodeon and are curious about how they were created? Do your Friday night plans includ...
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Creature Carnival ft. Beats Antique to Come to L.A.

Looking to get weird this weekend? Look no further. This Saturday at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall in L.A., world fusion and electronic music group Beats Antique will be headlining the last le...
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Movie to Watch: “Big Hero 6,” A Twinkle in Disney’s Starry Sky

A star on Hollywood boulevard reads “DISNEYLAND: Award of Excellence Special Achievement for 50 years of Magical Entertainment.” Whether it’s through the meaningful soundtracks or the valuable l...
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Getting Hard for Hard Day of the Dead

Yep, Halloween season (aka the most outrageous party holiday) is about to be back in full force and so is the biggest Halloween party in Southern California: Hard Day of the Dead.
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Beatles Mania Festival to Hit L.A.

In 1964, seven days before Valentine’s Day, a flight from London arrived in John F Kennedy airport in New York that would change the course of American pop culture forever.
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Pop Punk Band To Play Velvet Jones

Hailing from Walnut Creek, California, The Story So Far have quickly gained lots of attention in the pop punk scene. The band, formed in 2007 and composed of Parker Cannon (vocals), Kevin Geyer (guita...
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Lorde To Play Santa Barbara Bowl

Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor is coming to Santa Barbara tonight!
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Treasure Island to Deliver a Music Festival without Scheduling Conflicts

When the words “Treasure Island” are uttered my mind invokes two distinct images: Johnny Depp sporting copious amounts of eyeliner and dark grungy pirate garb, and the man-made island that is conf...
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Top Picks for Santa Barbara Bowl This Fall

Then there’s the Santa Barbara Bowl, the 4,562-seat amphitheater which is playing Lorde, Ray LaMontagne, Hall and Oates and Foster the People this fall season.
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Arts & Lectures Fall Season Highlights

Arts & Lectures, UCSB’s premier event company, has much in store for students, with tickets running a third of the normal adult price for shows like Matt Groening and John Cleese.
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