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Movie Review: Identity Thief

By Anthony Gilbert
February 12, 2013
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By Anthony Gilbert | Staff Writer February 12, 2013 "She's having the time of his life." Seth Gordon's new film "Identity Thief" is a crime comedy about how a man gets his identity stolen and the journey he takes to get it back. "Identity Thief" stars Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy and hi...

Zombie apocalypse anyone?

By Julia DeRogatis
February 5, 2013
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By Julia DeRogatis| Staff Writer February 5, 2013 Move over vampires, zombies are the biggest rage right now. From television shows, and books, to the most recent film, "Warm Bodies". After viewing the trailer, one would think "Warm Bodies" is just another supernatural over-dramatic roman...

“Anything In Return” album review

By Nick Morrison
February 4, 2013
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By Nick Morrison| Staff Writer February 4, 2013 American solo artist, Chazwick Bundick, known most commonly for his solo project, "Toro Y Moi" (a multi-lingual name translating to "The Bull and Me") released his third full length album titled, "Anything In Return." Toro Y Moi's sound can be clas...

Tales of the Madman Underground Review

Tales of the Madman Underground Review

By Theresa Wagner
January 25, 2013
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By Theresa Wagner | Staff Writer January 25, 2012 Coming-of-age stories have had their spotlight bulb polished to a fair shine by the success of young adult novelist John Green, as well as the publicity granted from the recent stretching of Stephen Chbosky's The Perks of Being a Wallflower to the big screen. With this near plethora of easily found, quality book...

Awaking From “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”: A Review

By Nick Morrison
November 28, 2012
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By Nick Morrison | Staff Writer November 28, 2012 Dos Pueblos’ most recent theatrical production is a “steam-punk” (Victorian England Hell-bent on steam power) rendition of Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night’s Dream". The production was shown on three separate nights and had a humble, yet e...

Breaking Dawn Part Two

By Ella Jensen
November 20, 2012
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By Ella Jensen | Staff Writer November 20, 2012 On Wednesday, November 14th, a large group of hardcore fans gathered at the Arlinglton theater in downtown Santa Barbara to see the end of a world famous saga. The Twilight Saga, "Breaking Dawn: Part 2" premiered world wide last week and drew in hun...

Night at Velvet Jones was “radical”

By Denise Trzesowski
October 29, 2012
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By Denise Trzesowski | Staff Writer October 29, 2012 Last Sunday night, October 21 at 10 pm, Santa Barbara got a taste of new music when the band "Radical Something" hit the stage at Velvet Jones at downtown Santa Barbara. With their California sun rocking songs, band members Alex Lagermann, Josh C...

“Red” Review

By Nina Graybill
October 25, 2012
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By Nina Graybill | Staff Writer  October 25, 2012 Pop superstar, Taylor Swift is topping charts again with her fourth album "Red." In the middle of August, Swift announced her album title and which followed up with five singles. At a Stand-Up to cancer event in September, Swift sang a s...

“The Perks of Being a Wallflower” Review

“The Perks of Being a Wallflower” Review

By Caroline Gay
October 9, 2012
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By Caroline Gay | Staff Writer October 9, 2012 Among a plethora of cheesy and superficial movies aimed at a teenage audience, "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" shines through as a genuine and heartfelt film in the genre. Adapted from the beloved novel by Stephen Chbosky, "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" is the story of the ...

Movie Review – The Avengers

Movie Review – The Avengers

May 18, 2012
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Megan Leckie | Staff Writer | May 18, 2012 Admittedly, when I first saw the trailers for yet another comic book adaptation from Marvel, I cringed and began to worry more desperately than usual for the future of the film industry. I can’t help but be skeptical of huge budget films that employ the most...

Florence and the Machine – Concert Review

Florence and the Machine – Concert Review

By Kelly Nakashima
April 28, 2012
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By Kelly Nakashima |Staff Writer | April 28, 2012  “Can you see the North Star?” These were among the first words that Florence Welch spoke to a packed amphitheater at the Santa Barbara Bowl on April 14, the first North American gig for Florence and the Machine’s Ceremonials tour. It was a brief moment ...

Music Review: An irradiated ghost tiger in the muddy waters

Music Review: An irradiated ghost tiger in the muddy waters

March 30, 2012
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Kaeleigh Morrison | Co - Entertainment Editor | March 30, 2012  Note from Harry: Morrison has recently been promoted to the position of Co-Entertainment editor for her fresh and personal writing style, her sparkling personality, and stunning good looks (oh there's probably a work ethic in there somewhe...

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