A remake of a Korean game show, Fox’s latest hit “The Masked Singer” is not your average competition. However, it consistently serves as a surprisingly fun spot on television.
Young the Giant graced the stage this past Friday night at the Sylvee, rocking out their funky tunes to the crowd.
Travis Scott performed in Milwaukee to a sold-out crowd as part of the ASTROWORLD tour.
"Into the Woods" is a tremendous experience that combines the musical magic of different fairy tales into one theater performance that you will never forget.
Theon Greyjoy's redemption story is messy; the struggle to belong and discover his identity as a Greyjoy or a Stark leading to one question: Can he be saved?
A close preview and predictions of the 2019 Academy Awards, which will be presented Sun, Feb. 24 at 5pm PST.
21 Savage releases his latest album, i am > i was, which is introspective and poignant in terms of lyrics. One of his best works yet, but there is potential for more.
As a mashup of “Overwatch,” “Fortnite” and “Titanfall,” “Apex Legends” surpasses being a mere imitation of these three to become a uniquely thrilling experience. Set vaguely somewhere in the universe of “Titanfall,” the game follows your standard “Player Unknown” or “Fortnite” Battle Royale formula.
As I rushed to the Rainbow Kitten Surprise concert at the Sylvee this past Monday night, I had high expectations after their gig at Majestic Theatre last year, which was full of head-bang worthy rock-inspired renditions of their classics and an intimate feel despite Sam Melo’s overwhelmingly energetic stage presence. However, this show was quite different from the last time I saw RKS — mellow undertones dominated, and I felt as though I was digging into a giant, steaming bowl of soul food during their set.
Ariana Grande ended 2018 as the most relevant pop star and for good reason. Grande released her fifth studio album, thank u, next, just over five months after the well-received Sweetener. She experienced astounding commercial success, all while crafting her unique brand and reviving pop through heavy EDM, R&B, and hip-hop influence. Following an aggressive year of personal relationships in the spotlight, Grande hinted she’d been healing in the studio. She released three singles — one, of course, the infamous title track “thank u, next” and its iconic accompanying video — in anticipation of the album.
Glorified 80s rock ‘n’ roll takes the audience back in time at the Overture Center on Feb. 7 as part of the Broadway’s tenth anniversay tour of the classic musical, “Rock of Ages.”
Although Melissa McCarthy is best known for her unfiltered, aggressive and outright hilarious performances (“Bridesmaids”, “The Heat”), it’s clearly evident that this comedic genius is quite capable of tackling dramatic, darkly comedic roles as well. Such is the case in “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” from director Marielle Heller, a rather different kind of film that can best be described as pleasantly enjoyable.
As I comb through the marketing (or lack thereof) in the wake of viewing “Velvet Buzzsaw,” I’m repeatedly confounded by director Dan Gilroy’s quasi-epithetic obsession as the creator of the fantastic 2014 neo-noir “Nightcrawler". While “Nightcrawler” knows exactly what it is in both grounded characterization and sensical narrative progression, “Velvet Buzzsaw” is a gross juxtaposition to such competency.
NBC's show "The Good Place" returns for a third season that subvert our expectations and hit the reset button.
For the last episode of the investigation into the nominees for Album of the Year, we look at the last three nominees, all of whom are enjoying their first nominations in the iconic category.
Rory McCann as Sandor Clegane, one of the most controversial characters of “Game of Thrones.”
Daily Cardinal video games columnist Marty Forbeck compares and contrasts the newly released remake of "Resident Evil 2" to the cherished 1998 original.
In this installment of the Grammys series, we’re looking at two more of the eight nominees for the coveted Album of the Year award: Scorpion by Drake and H.E.R.’s self-titled debut album.