Death Cab for Cutie released its eighth studio album, “Kintsugi,” on Atlantic Records on March 31 and is the first release, which follows the departure of founding member and long-time producer, Chris Walla, from the band. This shift in production… Read More ›
Arts & Entertainment
School is out, summer blockbusters are in. The Torch staff wants to know: what summer movie are you most excited about?
by Samantha Reid email@example.com Chicago’s summer festival season gets a fair share of hype, most of which is directed at Lollapalooza and the music scene. However, movie buffs have a lot to look forward to as well– most notably, the… Read More ›
By Samantha Reid firstname.lastname@example.org Books ‘The GoldFinch’ At 800 plus pages, Donna Tartt’s novel “The Goldfinch” doesn’t exactly qualify as a light summer read. But this best-seller is the 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner, to boot and is definitely worth a… Read More ›
By Courtney Clark email@example.com Defining what makes an album a classic album is a challenging and contentious task for music lovers. Australian rapper Iggy Azalea released her debut album, “The New Classic” on April 22, in hopes that critics and… Read More ›