“Jungle Kings” Opens Our Eyes

This past weekend I saw a play on campus called “Jungle Kings” written and directed by Rain Wilson and staring ten extremely talented Badgers. While the story takes place in a prison, the characters are anything but predictable … Read More >

Hannibal Buress Preview

Hannibal Buress is back on tour, with Madison, Wisconsin as his first destination. With two full-length albums, Buress is a veteran to the comedy scene, also known for writing for NBC’s Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock. After a successful … Read More >

Bleached and Hardcore Women who Rock

Rejoice! After passive-aggressively checking WUD Music’s and the band’s own website for the last couple weeks, I was thrilled to hear that Bleached, a four-piece punkish-rock “girl band” (more on this later), is FINALLY coming to Madison. For … Read More >

My Hopes and Dreams for “Better Call Saul”

If you’re a regular listener or follower of the show, you might have noticed that my voice is missing. I know this may disappoint the ladies–namely my mom, aunts, and grandma. Fear not, it’s only for the semester (thanks … Read More >

DC Artscast

Thirsty Thursday has come and gone. Rubbing the sleep from your eyes and wishing your head would explode if only to momentarily escape the constant hammering, you lazily creep your hand toward the bedside radio. Brushing aside the spaghetti sauce … Read More >

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