Tyler, The Creator has always let the meaning behind his music be asserted on its own terms. He hasn’t hesitated to carry this over to his fourth and newest release, Cherry Bomb. The album features 13 songs that display Tyler’s humor, quirkiness, imagination and brilliance.
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President Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL Pipeline last week proved the President's commitment to the environment and to the health and safety of the American people, as well as his refusal to play political games with America's future.
Even after the old-fashioned method of checking out books, journals and resources with cards catalogs ended at UW-Madison's Memorial Library in 1986, the library continued to house millions of cards on the second floor.
Campus gets out the vote
For Andy Cohn and Kim Vergeront's first Valentine's Day, Kim made Andy a heart-shaped cake.
Sweet relief comes to Madison for the throngs of teenagers bemoaning the fact that the creative age of classic rock essentially came to an end with the '70s. For every guy with sort of long hair who would, in a moment, trade in his collection of Led Zeppelin T-shirts for the opportunity to travel back in time and see them in concert, that sweet relief comes tonight in the form of a Dallas-based band called The Secret Machines.