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Following a red woodchip path into the Eaux Claires Music and Arts Festival, one becomes enveloped into an enchanting wonderland completely separate from that of the surrounding town.
Milwaukee-based band Field Report opened for the energetic and always-boisterous Sylvan Esso Wednesday night, part of a two-night event at the Majestic.
I found First Wave long before I saw my senior graduation. Halfway across the country, there was a piece of the world that seemed almost fitting.
Shows may vary by personal opinion, but here are the five types of TV shows you will encounter and should watch your freshman year.
Movie-going experiences are abundant at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. For generations, students, staff and community members have had the opportunity to enjoy “Big Screen” entertainment.
The Daily Cardinal is heading to Eau Claire on June 16 and 17 to cover this year’s Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival.
“Twin Peaks: The Return” reunites the cast to continue the beloved story 25 years since the series left off, with Lynch and co-creator Mark Frost having complete creative control once again. “The Return” premiered its first four episodes of the 18-episode season on Showtime this past Sunday, May 21. “The Return” is edgier, scarier and trippier than the original; it is ultimately the renaissance of David Lynch.
As HBO’s “Veep” begins to roll out its sixth season, four college journalists and I had the opportunity to sit down with Matt Walsh, aka Mike McLintock, to talk about his comedic journey.
Lewis Del Mar returned to Madison last night at the High Noon Saloon. The New York duo is comprised of Danny Miller, their lead singer and guitarist, and Max Harwood, their drummer.
Live of King Street favorites Lewis Del Mar returned to Madison, WI last night with opener Anna Wise.
Twin Peaks Season Three (May 21)Perhaps one of the more highly anticipated summer shows is the return of 90’s classic “Twin Peaks,” which is being revived on Showtime this May.
With the last week of class coming to an end and finals creeping in, I’m sure everyone is relieved to get some well-deserved time off. Now you may be thinking, “What in the world am I supposed to do with all this free time now that I’m not drowning in assignments?” The answer is go to as many concerts as is physically possible.
Summer returns in cycles. Whether or not we connect most with ourselves during the summer, music has always been a platform of change. Like many artists looking to reinvent their image around this time, we would only hope that their music matches the reasons we listened to them in the first place.
It’s easy to re-watch Netflix series you’ve already seen nine times during the summer. But movie theaters are dying, and there are lots of great features coming out this year.
This past Thursday, everyone’s favorite three-sister indie rock band from the valley returned full-force. HAIM released a studio video for their song “Right Now,” preceding the highly-anticipated release of their sophomore album, Something to Tell You.
HBO ran its eighth episode of “Vice News” last Friday. Last week’s mini documentary covered the skyrocketing fad of fast food in Saudi Arabia as well as the booming movie industry in Nigeria.
One of Hari Kondabolu’s earliest live stand-up comedy shows was at the UW-Madison, where he made a baby cry.
In the third episode of Rock With the Flock, The Daily Cardinal arts staff discusses the latest music, upcoming albums and what the biggest summer song will be.
Do we ever see the world precisely as it is, or does everything we know differ due to our individual perceptions?A loose adaptation of German playwright Carl Sternheim’s “Die Hose,” University Theatre's “The Underpants,” is running in Mitchell Theatre on UW-Madison campus from April 13 to April 30.
Atlanta, Ga. is a musical mecca. There is something about the way we find the extended idea of culture in every corner of the southern Bible Belt. A melting pot at the mouth, the Black Hollywood comes alive in more ways than one.