Category Archives: Blog

Titus Andronicus Concert Review

I considered starting this review with a summary of the play Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare and how this war drama holds greater implications and meaning for the punk of the same name I got to see perform … 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 >

Summerfest 2013

Milwaukee’s Summerfest prides itself on being “The World’s Largest Music Festival,” and, without a doubt, lives up to this name. Taking root on the Henry Maier Festival Grounds on Milwaukee’s lakefront, this festival touts a total of 10 stages that … Read More >

Bacchanalian Bonnaroo

“This ain’t a party, it’s a celebration,” Kendrick Lamar yelled at the end of his set on Sunday, the last day of Bonnaroo. Bonnaroo celebrates many things: Tennessee, community, drugs, but above all else, music. With over 300 musical … Read More >

WSUM Show of the Week Beats for the Bibliophile

Name of Show:Beats for the Bibliophile Time: Fridays 1-2 p.m. Host info (Name, Major, year): Catie Rutledge, Art, Sophomore What is your show like? My show combines the liquid finesse of poetry with the even more liquidy finesse … Read More >

WSUM Show of the Week: Heavy Petting Zoo

Name of show: “The Heavy Petting Zoo: Make-Out Music & More from the 1930s-1950s” Time:   Saturdays at 7:00-9:00 p.m. Host info (Name, Major, year):  You know me as “Grandma Cyd.” I graduated from UW-Madison in 2005 with a … Read More >