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Arts & Humanities Graduate Exhibition moves to museum website

365体育投注UC Davis College of Letters and Science graduate students aren’t letting the lack of a physical space stop them from celebrating and sharing their work with the public. The Arts & Humanities 2020 Graduate Exhibition, usually held at the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, will instead take place on the museum […]

UC Davis celebrates 20th annual film festival with online screenings

365体育投注The 20th annual Film Fest @ UC Davis will take place Wednesday and Thursday, May 27 and 28, with online screenings of short films by UCD students. The festival shows works that are eight minutes or less and created by undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduates. The films cover a variety of genres and styles, […]

From the Ground Up: Plan for your remodel now

By Penny Lorain Special to The Enterprise Are your home’s shortcomings driving you crazy now that you’ve been spending 24 hours a day there? If a remodel is on your wish list, now is actually the perfect time to safely plan your remodel, with minimal contact with others — before you hire a contractor — […]

Bruce Gallaudet: The day the Earth stood still

365体育投注This week marked two months since the day the Earth stood still … at least in my sports world. It was Thursday, March 12, and my wife and I were in Anaheim. I was to have covered the Big West men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. The four-time regular-season champion UC Davis women were locked and […]

Part II: Sochor’s genius was to understand everybody’s brilliance

* Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series focusing on the relationship between UC Davis football icon Jim Sochor and San Francisco 49ers offensive guru Bill Walsh and how Sochor was open to change while maintaining excellence. When UC Davis football coach Jim Sochor began to turn heads with a hybrid offense […]

Mark Braly — Masters Swimming: No Water? Dive into Your Bed

365体育投注It’s Davis Aquatic Masters board president Kevin Waterson who seems to be making the best use of the out-of-water exercises being sent out by DAM head coaches Stu and Mary Kahn. You can see him on Facebook making a perfect dive into a bed, followed by an individual medley which set an unofficial world record […]

Pence Gallery: Here are a few hopeful projects from the Pence

I’m fighting the urge to write anything positive that has happened due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet I’m wondering how many people who are reading this article have done something today that they never would have attempted in ordinary times? Yesterday, I cut my kid’s hair. Thank goodness that she has curly hair, as it […]

Is it safe to swim? Local officials and aquatic authorities weigh in on the chlorine conundrum

To swim or not to swim? Right now, those without a backyard pool don’t have much of a choice. Last week, The Enterprise reported the closure of city pools through at least early July — a decision city officials made in alignment with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s extension of stay-at-home orders. Meanwhile certain recreational activities which […]

Ex-Aggie QB Maier inks with Calgary of CFL

365体育投注He’s a Stampeders, eh? Former UC Davis quarterback Jake Maier has signed with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. Maier, who led the Aggies to their first-ever Division I postseason appearance in 2018, left school as the program’s all-time-leading yardage passer (11,163). He signed a 1-year deal with an option for a second season. […]

Bob Dunning: Now here’s a ‘gimme’ of a column

Several weeks ago, much to the delight of our town’s golfers, the Yolo County Health Department allowed area golf courses to reopen — with a number of strict, but reasonable, guidelines. You know, keep your distance, do not cough while your opponent is putting and absolutely no swimming in the water hazards unless the temperature […]

Busy Streets: local retailers react to the cycling and running boom

For a city that’s supposed to be sheltering in place, Davis’ parks, greenbelts and streets have been bustling with residents these last few weeks. As locals look to blow off steam, escape the confines of their homes or just kill time, large numbers have turned to biking, running and long walks — activities deemed safe […]

Evan Ream: Project 11 a gruesome, but worthwhile watch

In the absence of live professional sports, this country has turned to essentially the only new and compelling athletic content we have: ESPN’s “The Last Dance,” the story of the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls. Don’t get me wrong, “The Last Dance” is just as amazing as the number of young people finding out just now that […]

Virtual art show honors cultural leaders during COVID-19

“Comunidad: Honoring community and cultural leaders during COVID-19,” a collection of portraits by local artist Stephanie Thayer, is on display via the International House Davis website (internationalhousedavis.org). Thayer was inspired to do this project when quarantine started due to COVID-19, in part to keep busy, but ultimately to honor community members of Davis and Sacramento […]

Davis High AD staying plenty busy

With no sports being played at Davis High, one might think these days are a breeze for a guy like Jeff Lorenson. A breeze? Only if the Blue Devil athletic director catches one while working from his backyard patio. Despite the coronavirus shutdown, there is no rest for the weary. To wit, The Enterprise checked […]

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