Wednesday, June 20th 2018

Fleet Foxes Give a Politically Charged Concert at the Arlington

Hugh Cook Fleet Foxes performed an energetic set at the Arlington Theatre on Sept. 20 and brought fans to their feet to sing songs that...

Lucy Holtsnider Connects Art to Climate Change in the Glass Box Gallery

Kendall Murphy Staff Writer A new exhibit opened last Monday at the Glass Box Gallery in Building 534 of the University of California, Santa Barbara Art...

UCSB Middle East Ensemble Mesmerizes At The Song Tree

A review of the UCSB Middle East Ensemble performance at the Song Tree.

After Samurai Jack, What Other Cartoon Network Shows Could Use an Adult Swim Reboot?

Jennica Martin Staff Writer The late 2000s was a dark time for Cartoon Network. During these years, the channel cancelled many of its iconic cartoon shows...

‘Sucker Punch’ a Feminist Perspective

Sucker Punch is a feminism dream of a movie

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...

The Green Hornet: A Funny Failure

Review: The Green Hornet uneven script and predictable.

“No Le Digas a Nadie” Screening Amplifies Undocumented Voices

Lauren Marnel Shores On Apr. 12, the MultiCultural Center screened “No Le Digas a Nadie” as part of their Cup of Culture film series. The...

John Wick is Back and Kicking Ass Again

Jennica Martin Staff Writer After pleasantly surprising everyone with “John Wick,” Keanu Reeves is once again kicking ass and raising puppies in “John Wick: Chapter 2.”...

#OscarsNotSoWhite, For Now

Stephanie Torres The Oscar nominations for 2017 were announced this Tuesday and they showed a dramatically different set of nominees compared to previous years when...