Saturday, May 25th 2019

Arts & Lectures 2018 – 2019 Lineup: Jeff Goldblum and More

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor In 2019, UCSB’s famed Arts & Lectures organization, which showcases some of the most interesting contemporary performances and lectures in Southern California,...

Dark Side of the Modern: Psychedelic Rock Makes Its Comeback

Giuseppe Ricapito Staff Writer An album titled "The Psychedelic Sounds of the 60s and 70s: Re-mastered and Reissued" needs to be released, because there is a...

Politics, Passion, and Pop: Janelle Monáe’s “Dirty Computer”

Carmiya Baskin Janelle Monáe released her third studio album, Dirty Computer, a musical celebration of queerness, women, and Black girl magic. The album, released on...

Smart and Diverse Stand-Up in Santa Barbara

Anthony Giusti Shindelus No Indoor Voices (NIV) will continue to produce comedy shows locally with upcoming events from their fall 2018 series coming to the...

The Green Hornet: A Funny Failure

Review: The Green Hornet uneven script and predictable.

Byron Hurt’s ‘Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes’ Unapologetically Dissects Hip-Hop Culture

Marissa Martin In conjunction with Pollock Theater, University of California, Santa Barbara’s Carsey-Wolf Center concluded its Social Issues in Modern Cinema series on April...

Al-X The Great Puts Santa Barbara Rap on the Map

Spencer Wu Senior Copy Editor UC Santa Barbara’s very own Alex Brown, otherwise known as Al-X the Great, conquered Sellassie’s Rap Contest at Velvet Jones by...

Zooming in on Annie Leibovitz

Sabrina Bui Staff Writer I wasn’t sure what to expect when I attended a talk with Annie Leibovitz last Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Arlington Theatre...

“Cabaret:” An Entertaining and Timely Return to Musical Theater

Elijah Root-Sanchez Staff Writer UCSB Theater and Dance is currently putting on their rendition of the critically acclaimed musical Cabaret. They are having showings of this...

Gamer Outgrows “Grand Theft Auto” by Nick West

As a lifelong gamer who has been playing since I got a Sega Genesis for Christmas as a kid, I have noticed recent changes...