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A Blustery Day Today

  [Narrator] Now one fine day the east wind traded places with the west wind, and that’s turned things up a bit all through the Hundred Acre Wood. Now, on this blustery day Pooh decided to visit his thoughtful spot. [Pooh] Yes, and on the way I made up a little hum. And it hummed […]

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A Holiday Classic at The Woodland Opera House

  The Woodland Opera House presents  A Christmas Carol, opening this Friday, November 28th. And what a musical score! It’s by two of the most celebrated and prolific composers and lyricists currently working in the theatre today: Alan Menken and Lynn Ahrens. Menken is a multiple Oscar-winning composer who has created the classic scores for […]

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Boredom comes from a boring mind

College is fun. When I’m not working 4-hour shifts at the Pinkberry yogurt store or hustling to finish a paper on the day that it is due, I am usually grabbing food with a friend at a quaint cafe downtown or attending a typical college hang-out at someone’s apartment. Fun? Of course. But you would […]

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Fall In A College Town

It’s October and Davis city streets fill with leaves, children, and bikes. Autumn is a time of change.  As the trees and the local wildlife enter their dormant period, the city streets seem to waken. October arrives and over the span of a weekend  the population of Davis explodes, as roughly 30,000 students move in. […]

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UC Davis Bike Auction – Bike Bargains!

2014 UC Davis Bike Auction This past Saturday on October 11, a crowd of people gathered to bid for bikes. The UC Davis bike auction is hosted by Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS).  Auctioned off were hundreds of abandoned bikes that had accumulated over the past year. Although most of the bikes were not in […]

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