With phase two of Camp Randall's $107.9 million renovation complete and a host of new amenities now in operation, this season's Badger football fans will have a whole new reason to \Jump Around"" at home games.
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Twenty-five years ago, the biggest and possibly the most famous, if not the most historic, farewell concert was given. The legendary rock group, The Band, said good-bye on Thankgiving night 1976 after 16 years on the road.
Ex-Metallica bassist Jason Newsted first met drummer Brian Sagrafena during a 1995 Super Bowl party when Brian began playing funk riffs on an old drum set. Shortly after, Sagrafena introduced Newsted to singer and guitarist Dylan Donkin and Echobrain was born. After five years of playing together during Newsted's off time from Metallica, the trio set about crafting the music of Echobrain. At times, Newsted's bass still resembles the heavy pounding from his Metallica days, but the music is far from it. The recently released self-titled debut record is more melodic than the heavy metal band and resembles the mid-'90s rock popular when the band was formed. The Daily Cardinal caught up with Newsted to discuss some of his current and past music endeavors.
VH1 claims to show movies that rock, but \Grease"" and made-for-television Jacksons are not really movies about music. For the past two years the Sound Unseen Music and Film Festival has shown 40 underground movies and documentaries. This year the Minneapolis festival is going on a seven city tour with six movies as the Sound Unseen Roadtrip. The tour's first stop is the Barrymore Theatre, 2090 Atwood Ave., in Madison on April 23-25.
The hottest thing to emerge from Indiana since Bobby Knight's temper, rock trio Flaccid Ernie is ready to burst upon the newly burgeoning revival scene already inhabited by bands like The Hives and The White Stripes. Their catchy melodies, semi-literate lyrics and no-holds-barred rock 'n' roll are sure to catch on amongst hipsters everywhere. Now touring in support of their debut album Sun, Shine On Me, they roll into the Radical Rye on Tuesday night. The band sat down with Cardinal Arts to discuss rock, roll and ABC's Friday night lineup.
A golem is a creature created by a magician to be a companion or servant. However, since only God can give souls, the creature becomes a destroyer. Since he is a follower and not a leader, he lacks a dominant identity. In the same sense, a person's identity defines one's existence.
There is an expression that says 'pictures speak a thousand words.' Comic books rely on pictures to help convey a story, dialogue and emotion. Words are used, but sometimes, pictures have to carry the weight.
Over the past year Marvel Comics has gone through some pretty big changes. On August 30, 2000 Joe Quesada became the new editor in chief and immediately one could see the differences.
One of the biggest comic book secrets is being revealed. September 5, the first installment of 'Origin' was released. The six- issue mini-series, written by Paul Jenkins and penciled by Andy Kubert, tells the story of one of Marvel Comics's most sought after secrets'Woverine's origin.
Marvel Comics is growing up. Under the name MAX, the new line will feature stories aimed at an adult audience. Hoping to expand its audience, these stories will feature both new and old Marvel characters, but in the equivalent of an R-rated movie. The comics feature a parental advisory label on the front cover to really notify the reader what he is about to get into.
To help commemorate the centenary of Oscar Wilde's untimely death, the UW Madison Department of Special Collections is displaying many of the author's works from their original publishing. The exhibition \Flights of Fancy: The Decorated Books of Oscar Wilde and His Circle from the James G. Nelson Collection,"" takes a look at Wilde's contribution as well as his contemporary authors and illustrators.
\Georgiana: The Duchess of Devonshire,"" by Amanda Foreman gives a personal view on the life of the very amazing Duchess. Georgiana began her flamboyant lifestyle at the age of 16 when she married William Cavendish, the Duke of Devonshire. Georgiana became an instant celebrity and every action was monitored by society. She gained notoriety for her odd sense of fashion. In a time of tall hair, Georgiana would outdo everyone, making hers three-feet tall and topping it off with ornaments of waxed fruit or a ship in full sail.