Monday, November 20th 2017

New Plays Festival To Showcase Student Plays by Dawn Marie Howell

For the past few years, UCSB’s stellar Theater and Dance Department has offered student playwrights the chance to have their works produced in the...

Plumfield, Iraq Goes Straight To The Heart by Tracy Bueno

It’s been a while since I’ve watched a play, but Plumfield, Iraq is like a movie, sans the special effects. What’s interesting about this...

Korean Music Festival Unites Music Lovers by Danielle Phan

This weekend I found myself in a crowd of 18,000 people with one thing in common: a love for Korean music. The 6th annual...

Narnia Installment Worth The Trip by Reinier Macatangay

Get ready to watch an action packed war movie about … four children? Yes, the Pevensie kids are finally back, but their world has...

Pilipino Culture Night by Reinier Macatangay

Normally I’d try to avoid any show with cheesy, awkward love scenes, but it worked for the 17th annual Pilipino Culture Night last Saturday....

Madonna’s Candy A Sticky, Sweet Confection by Tracy Bueno

In a month full of new releases from some familiar faces (Ashlee Simpson’s Bittersweet World, Mariah Carey’s Einstein borrowed equation E=MC²) the...

IV Standup Delivers Laughs Each Weekend by Emilia Dellemonico

If you just happen to visit Embaracadero Hall on a Saturday night, you might be surprised to hear peals of laughter ringing around the...

Control Takes Time To Sink In by Reinier Macatangay

Going into a movie without having any knowledge of the story isn't always fun. But Control is a quietly enjoyable film, even if you...

Sarah Marshall Unforgettable by Tracy Bueno

A.S. Program Board gave a special advance screening Tuesday, April 15th of Universal Pictures' new film, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, which comes from the same...

A Taste of Indian Buffets in IV and Santa Barbara by Emilia Dellemonico

When I first moved to Santa Barbara from near Los Angeles, I was greatly disappointed with certain aspects of the restaurant scene available to...