In Review: Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods”

“Da 5 Bloods” deals with emotional trauma caused because of the war, trust issues, complex relationships with fathers and the never-ending injustices experienced by Black people in America.
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20 Graduation Foods for the Class of 2020

Check out these food options fit for the Class of 2020’s graduation celebration!
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Monkey Bread Dessert

A great alternative to the usual cake or pie, this pull-apart monkey bread is perfect for any special occasion.
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A.S. Program Board Presents: Ask Ari Aster

This event was any movie lover’s dream as students were able to pick Aster’s brilliant mind and learn more about the film industry.
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Keeping Afloat With SadGirl

As part of the Associated Students (A.S.) Program Board’s “Live on the Rise” series, the Los Angeles band SadGirl performed and answered questions on a Zoom livestream this past Wednesday night.
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Creating a New Home: “Unorthodox” Review

This revolutionary and unapologetically unique show remains relatively obscure, and even more than a month after its release it is still deprived of the popular buzz it deserves.
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Tracks of the Month: April 2020

Here's a list of Artsweek's favorite new tracks from April 2020!
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The Strokes’ (and the World’s) New Abnormal

Perfect for our new abnormal way of living, the Strokes have come to cure our quarantine depression by releasing their first album in seven years.
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Homemade Chicken Gyro Recipe

A simple and convenient recipe that pairs perfect with pita bread!
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Track Review: “The One” by The Lemon Twigs

The Twigs always serve their indie rock style meshed with ‘70s pop glam, and they have already proven they will continue to do so on future projects.
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Three Easy Homemade Remedies for the Common Cold

Check out these great natural remedies for sick days.
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Ring in the Spring Season with Starbucks’ New Drinks

Its new menu for the warm season includes two bright and dairy-free iced drinks!
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“All the Bright Places”: A Trip Back to Middle School

It’s better late than never for Netflix to finally release an “All the Bright Places” screen adaptation.
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Kaiju Brings Japanese Ramen and Curry to Isla Vista

The newest addition to the variety I.V. cuisine leaves people with mixed feelings.
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HKSA’s Annual Lunar New Year Night Market

UCSB's Hong Kong Student Association hosts a night full of delicious food and joyful celebration.
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