This Tuesday, March 4, screaming fans lined the indoor red carpet at Ronnies 20 Cine movie theater for a chance to see an advanced screening of “Divergent,” a guaranteed blockbuster based on a young adult fantasy series by Veronica Roth.
Performing in a packed Edison Theatre on Wednesday, March 5, Social Programming Board spring comedy headliner Judah Friedlander joked about his presidential campaign, his status as reigning world champion of everything and the sex parties he hopes to host. Student Life caught up with Friedlander after the show to discuss his act and feelings on all things St.
It’s been almost eight years since Pharrell Williams’ debut solo album, “In My Mind,” was released, but Williams has kept plenty busy since then.
Lupita Nyong’o Screen Actors Guild Awards If it were possible to showcase all of her award looks in one picture, Lupita Nyong’o would be the only focus of this column. Never before has such an undiscovered talent dominated awards season in such stunning fashion (pun intended). She was in the running for best dressed at [...]
For fans of Gang of Four, Iceage, Radkey Singles to download ‘Amber Veins,’ ‘Opaque’ One thing you should know about Eagulls before you listen to their self-titled debut album is that they probably don’t care if you like it or not. Like just about any commercial market, the music industry is a game, and these Leeds [...]
I’m convinced Annie Clark is an alien. Don’t believe me? Take one glance at the cover of her fourth solo album under the St. Vincent moniker. You’ll find her staring with laser-like intensity, arms symmetrically perched on a space-age throne, while she sports a jagged shock of white hair and a sleek purple chrome dress. She certainly looks the part.
In the cold open of the series premiere of “Late Night with Seth Meyers” last week, Meyers paid homage to his “Late Night” predecessor with some Jimmy Fallon-style thank-you notes. Over the course of the next few episodes, though, Meyers proved that he isn’t going to be Fallon 2.0.
I’ve been watching “Portlandia” from the first season, but, to be honest, I missed most of the third season. Somewhere between college admissions and trying to figure out my life, “Portlandia” fell through the cracks. So it’s great to come back to season four, which premiered Feb. 27, and find that the show is not only still good but also getting better.
If you find other people’s awkward experiences funny, the Performing Arts Department’s production of “You Can’t Take it With You” will have you doubled over in laughter in your seat.
The 86th annual Academy Awards will air Sunday night on ABC. Hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, this year’s awards ceremony features an impressive array of nominees. Here are Cadenza’s predictions of who will win in the major categories. BEST PICTURE ‘12 Years a Slave’ ‘American Hustle’ ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ ‘Gravity’ ‘Her’ ‘Nebraska’ ‘Philomena’ ‘The Wolf of [...]