Saturday, October 19th 2019

Raise Your Glass to ‘The Hangover Part III’

Jordan Wolff Staff Writer It seems like yesterday that the raunchy and raucous buddy flick "The Hangover" dominated theaters and hit audiences like a double shot...

The Royal Family Returns: ‘Arrested Development’ Comes Back Strong

Matt Mersel Staff Writer A decade's passed since Fox premiered the critically-acclaimed sitcom “Arrested Development.” The show was hailed as the gold standard of television comedy,...

Pulitzer Prize Winning Author & Journalist Lectures on Impact of World War II in...

Mathew Burciaga Coinciding with the release of his final volume of The Liberation Trilogy, "The Guns at Last Light: The War in Western Europe, 1944-1945,"...

Interview: S.A. Eberwein, Author of ‘Cash Your Investment’

Teni Adedeji Staff Writer While the name S.A. Eberwein might not seem familiar to you now, you may be seeing it on his debut book — Cash...

Summer Cinema with Jordan Wolff: ‘The World’s End’ Almost Killed Me

Jordan Wolff Promotion and Distribution Director Five friends walk into a bar and find a bunch of robots waiting to convert them into a dull, yet...

The Masters of Bluegrass Perform at Campbell Hall For Both Young and Old

Katie Moser Photos by Lorenzo Basilio Bluegrass music is both the epitome and the roots of Americana. Amid the latest pop hits and R&B stars, bluegrass...

The Melancholy “Middletown” Brought to Life at UCSB

Bryn Lemon Staff Writer In the past few hours after having seen the University of California, Santa Barbara’s production of Middletown I have felt more alone...

Open Mic Night Featuring Transgender Comedian Ian Harvie

Claire Breen Transgender comedian Ian Harvie filled The Hub with laughter on Wednesday, April 6 as part of Pride Week at the University of California,...

‘Orchestra of Exiles’ Shares Heroic Story of Music Prodigy

Michelle Krolicki "How many of you had tears in your eyes?" This question was proposed to a full house at the University of California, Santa Barbara’s...

‘Zoolander no. 2’: Not His Best Look

Abhishek Mehra STAFF WRITER A film has failed as a comedy if all you can hear from the audience is mild sporadic chuckling. Such was the...