By Courtney Clark email@example.com Take a break from end-of-semester papers and studying for finals to attend one of many festivals being held in Chicago this spring. From improv to tattoos to bacon, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Arts & Entertainment
By Daniel Johanson firstname.lastname@example.org The Chicago College of Performing Arts’ Theatre Conservatory put together a performance of songs that exemplify the current theatrical climate. The performance, entitled “Sing Your Own Song,” consisted of material that made its Chicago debut on… Read More ›
By Madelyn Olsen email@example.com SPEED will host a YouTube Showcase in the Murray-Green Library on April 3 at 7 p.m. Roosevelt students Sandy Mousheh, Emma Elisa, Oommen George and Gabe Evans will open for YouTube performers JR Aquino, Andrew Garcia… Read More ›
By Courtney Clark firstname.lastname@example.org Wes Anderson’s new film “The Grand Budapest Hotel” trails the adventures of Gustave H. and Zero Moustafa, a concierge and a lobby boy, respectively, at a famous European hotel. The backdrop of the story is the… Read More ›
By Shawn Gakhal email@example.com Caption: Tokyo Police Club trade in their indie rock identity for a more polished, pop sound on their latest LP, “Forcefield.” PHOTO CREDITS: Courtesy Flickr, jocastro68 Tokyo Police Club fans wouldn’t be entirely in the wrong… Read More ›