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Spanish professor holds literary reading

CW Staff

April 8, 2010

By Lacey Ezekiel "Good People" could describe the Capstone, but it is a common expression in to describe the traditional hospitality of the people from the Mexican state of Chihuahua, said Oscar Robles, a UA Spanish professor ...

Breaking out of the barbershop

Jamie Lyons

April 8, 2010

Tonic Sol-Fa, an a cappella quartet, will perform as a part of the Celebrity Series in the Concert Hall of the Moody Music Building on Sunday at 2 pm. The all-male group hails from the Midwest and tours nationwide. Single ticket pr...

Films can capture essences of decades

Peterson Hill

April 6, 2010

Last fall, Jason Reitman's third film, "Up in the Air," was warmly greeted by critics and audiences. Reitman has made some good movies, but this is his finest film. Why? Because the movie is a portrait, both funny and sad in eq...

African Drumming Ensemble’s First Full Length Concert Tonight

Crystal McGough

April 4, 2010

Three years ago, a freshman named Daniel Marbury and a group of his friends decided to start a student organization known as the University Drum Circle. The idea for the Drum Circle began after Marbury took a Music in World Cu...

Callooh! Callay! releases new album

Caroline Taylor

April 4, 2010

Callooh! Callay! has more to be joyous about than slaying a Jabberwock — their new album, “Sasprilluh Champagne,” will release digitally on iTunes and Rhapsody today and locally at Oz Music on Tuesday. “This album is ...

‘Clash of the Titans’ a worthy remake

CW Staff

April 4, 2010

By Jordan Berry “Clash of the Titans” is a wonderful experience for fans of the genre. It is technically impressive and a great roller coaster ride that should allow most viewers to have a fun time. However, it does have its f...

Rickman hosts Film Forum

Steven Nalley

April 1, 2010

What’s the formula behind Tom Rickman’s success? How did Rickman become the screenwriter behind the Emmy Award-winning television movie “Tuesdays With Morrie” and the Oscar-nominated script for “Coal Miner’s Daughter?...

UA Opera Theatre presents a night of excitement

Kyerra Dexter

April 1, 2010

Broadway fans and students alike have a chance to hear their Broadway favorites Tuesday. “One Night Only: An Evening of Broadway Favorites" is an annual cabaret production put on by UA Opera Theatre in an intimate setting. ...

Jazz Band and Combo to Play Moody

Jerrod Seaton

March 31, 2010

The UA Jazz Band and Jazz Combo concert starts at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the concert hall at the Moody Music Building. This is the first show of the current semester put on by the duo. As far as jazz bands go, the Capstone has one m...

Rickman shares screenwriting advice

Peterson Hill

March 31, 2010

Pacing the dimmed interior and wearing corduroy pants and aged Converse Chucks, Tom Rickman held chorus to a band of cineastes and writers alike. Rickman, the Academy Award-nominated screenwriter of 1980’s “Coal Miner’s Da...

To Prank or Not To Prank…

Jamie Lyons

March 31, 2010

Mark Twain said, “The first of April is the day we remember what we are the other 364 days of the year.” April 1, known as April Fools’ Day, is a holiday observed in many parts of the world. The tradition of playing t...

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