As Oakley sauntered into College Hall, opening the event with his signature line, “Hi, everyone! My name is Tyler Oakley,” I felt transported back to middle school.
Halloween is here. Check out these spooky tunes.
The quirkiness of “Rocky Horror” brought in people from all over St. Louis; in fact, the Tivoli was sold out.
Kicking off Parents’ Weekend with the opening night of “Urinetown,” Washington University’s Performing Arts Department brought their best melodramatic acting, passionate singing and, of course, desperate yelping about urine on the Edison Theatre stage.
A capella groups descended on the 560 Music Center Friday night. Here’s a taste of what you missed and when you can catch the Stereotypes, Pikers and others next.
With “Everything Now,” Arcade Fire tried and failed to be edgy in a frankly embarrassing way.
Oktoberfest, Lemp Mansion and more. Put in that Enterprise CarShare request now and forge your way outside the bubble.
After a particularly tumultuous lead-up and some ominous afternoon rain clouds, this year’s fall WILD stubbornly opened its doors Friday night to crowds of students.
Just as people were starting to ask whether Social Programming Board even remembered to book a fall comedy artist, the group announced that Hannibal Buress—absurdist comedian, provocateur and propagator of the Bill Cosby rape allegations—would be taking the Graham Chapel stage Oct. 18.
The economic barrier posed by Spotify and related services prevents potentially successful bands from ever reaching listeners. Enter Soundcloud and Bandcamp