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Original script rocks Mills

“Boadecia” (pronounced bo-da-see-ya) is not only a lot of fun, but in fact the best production the Mills theater department has delivered in a long…

Don’t panic, this movie succeeds

“Panic Room” is everything a thriller should be. It suspends the audience on the edge of their seats for the two hours of running time,…

Senior Art blends genres

The art department’s eighteen seniors created quite an exhibit to show their four years of hard work. The exhibition, which will be up for the…

Sexy Traditions

Painter Masami Teraoka’s exhibit at the Catherine Clark museum in San Francisco. engages the audience into a discussion on Aids, female orgasm, contraceptives and transmission…

Sounds of the Delta

Jazz enthusiasts have two reasons to smile this spring. The third annual San Francisco Jazz festival has kicked off its four-month celebration of classic and…

Oscar spoof shines

Every year, on the same day that the rest of Hollywood gets glam for Oscar, the members of the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation gives away…

Poet keeps moving despite Censorship Ban

Poet, spoken word performer, actor and playwright Sarah Jones ‘s legal battle against the FCC over censorship of her poem “Your Revolution” has not stopped…