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Umi Brings Soul-Lifting Music to UCSB

Linda Chong Copy Editor Imagine a crowd radiating the slight smell of natural deodorant and marijuana, swaying to chill, dreamy R&B tunes. That sums up the...

Brad Pitt Receives Maltin Modern Master Award at Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Noe Padilla News Editor Last Wednesday, Brad Pitt walked the red carpet to receive the highest honor that the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) has...

“The Dumpling King,” a Heartwarming UCSB Student Film

Christine Ho Layout Editor At 5 p.m. on Jan. 19, The Arlington Theatre played a series of short documentaries as a part of the Santa Barbara...

Kalinka Showcases Jewish Culture at UCSB’s Music Bowl

Richard Smith Contributing Writer Klezmer and Balkan music group Kalinka gave a virtuosic performance of unique music in the U.C. Santa Barbara (UCSB) Music Bowl on...

“The Lighthouse” Provides a Comical and Crude Take on Horror

Alyssa Tinoco Contributing Writer On Jan. 17 and 20, U.C. Santa Barbara’s Magic Lantern Films presented Director Robert Eggers' nightmarish yet compelling film "The Lighthouse" (2019)....

Lupita Nyong’o Receives Montecito Award At Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Raymond Matthews Opinions Editor On Jan. 20 at this year’s 35th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF), actress Lupita Nyong’o was presented with the festival’s...

Coachella 2020 Offers A Promising Lineup for Eager Fans

Vanessa Su Arts & Entertainment Editor Recently, annually-held music festival Coachella announced the long-awaited lineup for its 2020 festival, which featured a plethora of talented headliners...

Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson Receive Outstanding Performer of the Year Awards at SBIFF

Raymond Matthews Opinions Editor On Jan. 17 at the 35th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF), actors Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson both received the...

The Beauty of Change in “Frozen 2”

Amrylois Ferido Contributing Writer When "Frozen" first showed in theaters in 2013, people literally could not let it go. The film left audiences wanting to see...

“Parasite” Enthralls with a Chilling Commentary on Class

Vy Duong Contributing Writer "Essentially, we all live in a society called capitalism." In a recent interview from Birth.Movies.Death., director Bong Joon-ho of Korean film "Parasite" expressed...