State of the Art: Guacamole, Drawing Party and More Weirdo

Abroad: “LE SILENCE Une fiction” in Monaco Our post-apocalyptic world is actualized in the multimedia exhibition, “LE SILENCE Une fiction” currently on view at Nouveau Musée National de Monaco. Featuring works from 25 daring artists, the show presents a visual prophecy of what our modern civilization might leave behind. (Nouveau
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Summer Exhibition Preview: Cindy Sherman at SFMOMA

The final show that I want to draw attention to is a Cindy Sherman retrospective that opens at the SFMOMA on July 14. Simply called “Cindy Sherman” (I suppose because Sherman requires only the briefest of introductions), it will open at the SFMOMA in the summer after having spent the
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Q&A with “Gods Without Men” author tomorrow

For some reason, on a nice day I always imagine myself  on Memorial Glade with some bad-ass sunglasses and a good read, casually flaunting the cover to whoever happens to be walking past. However, when a nice day actually sneaks up on me, I find myself in a classroom, tired
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This Week in Sound: Relationships and Gypsys

British pop-rock group The Ting Tings will release Sounds from Nowheresville — their 2nd studio album — this week. Their first album in four years, it’ll be interesting to see if the group can overcome the sophomore slump. DashGo/Courtesy Weezer guitarist Brian Bell, along with Nate Shaw from The Hunns,
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Sample Sundays: Mm..Cortex and Beer

“Food! We need food!” Well, how about a sample instead? It’s all I can really give you via the internet until Wonka breaks us off with a machine that will transport giant candy bars and make them appear normal. Now, admittedly, I don’t know much of anything about the group
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Daily Cal Street Style: Dress for Success

Salutations, fashionistas. It’s midterm season, folks. This week, we , your charmingly debonair fashion photographers (who are still very single), are publishing this post from the depths of main stacks — ground zero for all those hittin’ the books.  Despite these trying times, the few and the bold are still
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This Week in Sound: Of Crows and Chiefs

While this week seems to be fairly quiet in terms of sound — cue tumbleweed — there are still a few CD releases and concerts that might just grab your attention. Releasing his 17th album this week, Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball has been viewed as his angriest album yet. The
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