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Thursday, June 4th 2020

Art to Zoo: A Collection of Pictures Worth A Thousand Roars

Jonathan Montenegro Photos by Bryn Lemon As one first enters the gallery and first experiences the Art to Zoo: Exploring Animal Natures exhibit, it is difficult...

UCSB’s Art, Design & Architecture Museum Hosts Stunning Opening Reception

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor On Friday, Oct. 5, the Art, Design & Architecture Museum at UCSB hosted an opening reception celebrating their new Fall 2018 exhibits....

The Bottom Line’s Very Favorite Five Albums of Summer 2016

Kyle Roe Arts and Entertainment Editor too much of life is mood – Scallops Hotel Scallops Hotel is just the newest name that the word-bending, self-proclaimed “rapsmith”...

Wake Up and Smell the Tea with New Boba Shop, Wake Cup

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer The surge of new boba places has been a recent positive trend in Isla Vista. Wake Cup, the newest boba shop, recently...

“Slay the Dragon” Sheds Light on a Monster of a Problem

Ben Fiorica Contributing Writer “Slay the Dragon” is a political documentary that focuses on gerrymandering in the...

Tim Wood Blends Nature and Technology in Ph.D Thesis

Jungah Son Timothy Wood is an artist and technologist who is inspired by the music and dance of nature. While pursuing his graduate degree in...

An Evening with the Breaking Yard at the Biko Garage

Dasha Sadovnikova Photos by Mark Brocher, Staff Photographer The Biko cooperative on 6612 Sueno serves as a sort of haven for artists and art-lovers alike to...

Trump’s Travel Ban Closes the Door on Middle Eastern Artists

Rebecca Lauffenburger Staff Writer The ongoing programs, tour dates, and travel plans of countless Middle Eastern artists were ruined overnight in the wake of Trump’s seven-nation...

Teddy Macker’s Debut Poetry Collection ‘This World’: A Modern Classic

Kristie Chairil Photo courtesy of Teddy Macker University of California, Santa Barbara College of Creative Studies lecturer Teddy Macker’s debut poetic volume, This World, strips our...

UCSB Music Department Faculty Performs Rare Chamber Concert

Sophia Tao An eager audience waited in Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall to witness four esteemed faculty members of UCSB’s Department of Music perform chamber music...