The “Les Misérables” North American Tour made a dazzling stop at the Overture Center in Madison from Feb. 14-18.
The charity show in late January boasted 10 bands and raised more than $4,500 dollars for local community center Neighborhood House.
Gypsy swing jazzs energetic style inspires community within Madison
Inspired by the famous Von Erich wrestling clan, “The Iron Claw” balances high-action fight scenes with sob-worthy moments.
The event entered its sixth year of celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy with a speech by actress and writer Anna Deavere Smith.
Director Jonathan Glazer’s new film shows a horrifying, underlooked side of the Holocaust.
The Chazen Museum boasts a dazzling new exhibition highlighting the history of printmaking as an artform.
Key women behind the film’s success weren’t nominated despite “Barbie” being a huge box office success. Why?
The hit video game Lethal Company has a surprising backstory that gives hope for indie developers everywhere.
Swift’s fourth studio album, “Red,” offers a glimpse of the mega pop star she would later become.
More than six local bands came together for two different shows to raise money for medical supplies and humanitarian relief in Palestine.
On tour for his recent holiday album, “A Very Darren Crissmas,” Darren Criss brought some of his Christmas joy to Madison.
Graduate photography students gave gallery-goers a glimpse into their own personal stories in an exhibition titled “Take My Word For It.”
After Hollywood’s sizzling hot labor summer, The Daily Cardinal cools off by shouting out its favorites in film, television, gaming and music from 2023.
A sleek, modern thriller that isn’t about the thrills
Q&A with Sami Stidham on her short film, “Take The Goggles Off.”
It was hard to be online in 2022 without seeing pictures and videos of Austin Butler’s take on Elvis Presley, a movie aptly titled “Elvis” for its focus on the rock ’n’ roll megastar’s rise and fall.