Sunday, June 16th 2019

Ritt Momney Rocks the Telegram Ballroom in L.A.

Tomas Palpallatoc Staff Writer Ritt Momney, a small, garage rock band born out of Salt Lake City, Utah, came to the big city of L.A. on...

King Princess’s Tour Makes a Stop at the Fonda Theater

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer Mikaela Straus, known by her stage name King Princess, performed to a crowd of cheering adolescents last Thursday night at the Fonda...

Love Songs All Day Long: A Valentine’s Day Playlist

Vanessa Su A classic and timeless holiday, Valentine's Day is a day of expressing love and thankfulness for everyone from friends to family to dogs!...

“Hugh Hefner’s After Dark” Screens at Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Sabrina Bui Staff Writer Hugh Hefner is nearly synonymous with Playboy, the controversial magazine that has been a comfort for army service people and lonely souls...

Sophie Meiers Showcases a Musical Shift on “Wingspan (Demos)”

Vanessa Su Kicking off the year of 2019, Sophie Meiers, a SoundCloud artist who hails from Durango, Colorado, released a self-produced album of supposed demo...

Improvability Provides Eccentric and Unique Comedy in Isla Vista

Raymond Matthews UCSB’s Improvability is a well-known performance group that has become a staple for entertainment in Isla Vista. Their most recent show on Friday...

J.I.D’s Lyricism Can’t be Caught as He Performs in The Hub

Scott Knell On Wednesday night, Jan. 30, J.I.D took over The Hub and showed UCSB what he’s all about. Put on by the AS Program...

Beatlemania Abound at “Let It Be” Documentary Showing

Noe Padilla Last Thursday, Jan. 24, Pollock Theater was full of Beatlemania as students and community members came to watch a showing of the Beatles...

Dreamville’s Bas Puts on Fresh Performance During Milky Way Tour

Spencer Wu Senior Copy Editor Dreamville’s Bas made a stop at Velvet Jones on his Milky Way tour last Friday night. With his latest album release...

Review: UCSB Performance of “Hair” Was a Political and Artistic Triumph

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor Last Friday, Campbell Hall was transformed into a hotbed of ‘70s counterculture and anti-war protest as it hosted the opening night of...