Here is a collection of mostly folk songs about longing for what’s been lost and the freedom that comes from moving on. This playlist is perfect for wistful walks through nature or nostalgic trips back home over Fall Break.
Though the film is titled, “A Star is Born,” it is the fiery burning out of a star that takes center stage.
Whether it’s Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl half-time performance or Meryl Streep’s acceptance speech at this year’s Golden Globes ceremony, the minute entertainers begin to be political, the event becomes alienating to certain groups.
Student Life’s sports staff has assembled prop bets for Sunday’s Super Bowl.
With this year’s Oscars finally done and dusted, the glitz and glamour of the awards season slowly begins to fade from our minds. Last Sunday’s Academy Awards were particularly tame, with few drunk celebrities to speak of and a rather vanilla and tiring host (sorry, Neil Patrick Harris…we may all be over you now).
Did anyone ask for this? Anyone? You? You asked for this? Listen, I get it. It sounds crazy enough: a collaboration between Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, singing jazz standards no less.
On the title track of “ARTPOP,” Lady Gaga croons, “My ARTPOP could mean anything.
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The 54th Grammy Awards air this Sunday on CBS at 7 p.m. CST. Here are my views on who should and will win some of the major awards. (I wanted to cover them all, but really, who cares about Best Americana or Best Tropical Latin Albums?)
Cadenza loves award shows, so we decided we should make our own awards. Here are the first round of the Cadenzites, offering you our favorite pop culture items from the past year.
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