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Upcoming concerts in St. Louis

Check out all the bands coming to St. Louis this month!

Put this on to put you out: Albums to listen to while you go to sleep

Are you struggling to close your eyes and let the sweet, sweet relief of sleep wash over you? Is your mind rushing and you need to clear your head? Try out putting on these albums to help you fall asleep.

Make our dreams come true: Our ideal WILD picks

Here’s who we wish we could see gracing the WILD stage—take note for next fall, Social Programming Board!

What to watch: What Cadenza binged over break

The Crown and The Handmaid’s Tale highlight a full docket of binge-worthy content.

Feeling the Top 40 blues: The sounds and songs of Mardi Gras

Our Cadenza staff compiled their favorite sounds of the day for your post-Mardi blues.

Best and worst sex scenes

Student Life’s Cadenza staff dove into their favorite and least favorite sex scenes from film and TV:

What pairs well?: Who SPB should bring for WILD and comedy

Social Programming Board recently released and closed the second survey gauging student interest in comedians and potential WILD artists. It renewed a debate within Cadenza over which comedian and which WILD artist should be chosen. Below are our dream teams for the semester.

Movies to catch up on from break

Over Cadenza’s month and a half hiatus, there has been an excess of film releases. As the student body gets back into the swing of the semester, we know it’s hard to find time to squeeze in all of them.

Best entertainment of 2016

2016 was an interesting year. Here at Cadenza, we like to think it was because of all of the stellar entertainment.

Low maintenance procrastination: Our favorite web series to watch instead of studying for finals

As “High Maintenance” and “Insecure” rake in critical acclaim this year, media has started looking to web series as a source of content. Though your parents and grandparents may not know what a web series is, that doesn’t mean you can’t use them as an excuse to avoid politically charged conversations over the dinner table.