BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS
Choices are made and characters unpredictably rise or fall, but as long as power exists, the circle will keep turning.
BY REBECCA LERNER
Teenagers running through the wooded night. These ideas have long evoked images of a woodland backdrop of drugs, sex and mischief that permeates the paranoid minds of worried parents. Add the possibility of a sex cult of teen witches, and the bubbling cauldron of chaos that erupts is “The Sisterhood of Night.”
BY ANDREW MCCLURE
The Daily, to me, actually didn’t make me like movies more, or like writing that much more, or like the eschewal of the serial comma more — it made me want to be a more interesting person.
BY ADAM THEISEN
Less than five minutes into his concert at Hill Auditorium last Friday, Common was already one of the common people.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
The Lyon Opera Ballet, visiting Ann Arbor this weekend for three nights, weds the rigorous professionalism of a world-class ballet company to creative, spectacular set and costume design in their production of “Cinderella.”
BY HAILEY MIDDLEBROOK
In this world, the weirdest workers become the richest bosses, pimply programmers become overnight millionaires and Kid Rock becomes the poorest guy at a tech kid’s sell-out celebration.
BY ERIKA HARWOOD AND AKSHAY SETH
While running some errands, including stocking up on cat supplies for his two pets Monkey and Lafonda, Maron squeezed in time for a phone conversation with The Michigan Daily.
BY CLAIRE WOOD
It’s drums, guitar, and confident, absolute self-acceptance — and it’s beautiful.
BY KIM BATCHELOR
The results were some of the most detailed and unique creations ever produced on the show, and certainly some of the best quality.
BY MELINA GLUSAC
Its sophomore release, Sound & Color, takes the band a step further — a fitting, slightly modern departure from nostalgia-driven songwriting. Slow, experimental rock grooves permeate almost every tune, and it’s a mighty beautiful thing.
BY VANESSA WONG
The novel as a whole takes us beyond the book club. What Genova does best in all of her work is gracefully weaving scientific and psychological knowledge into her storylines.
BY KIM BATCHELOR
Ultimately, there are too many curveballs for one episode. It would have been enough for a man to fall out of the sky and cause people to become angels. We didn’t need a complex plotline or extraneous details.
BY CAROLINE FILIPS
When I mull it over, reflecting on the countless documentaries of doyens I’ve watched, chic PR-girls I’ve internet-stalked and industry editorials I’ve re-read endlessly, I’m reminded of the fashion world’s inimitable icons who keep me so bizarrely infatuated.
BY GRACE HAMILTON
The Men’s Glee Club is 155 years old, making it the oldest student-run organization on campus and of one of the oldest collegiate choirs in the nation. The choir is made up of 100 men, ranging from 17 to 27-years old.
BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY
Stylistically, the movie is shot 99.9 percent as a screenshot of Blaire’s computer. Original? Yes. Enjoyable? Meh.
BY SOPHIA KAUFMAN
The point of “Living with Lincoln” would have been easier to grasp if Kunhardt had chosen a style and stuck to it, like he has in his other works — either as strong a visual presence on screen, or an auditory presence or a completely distance from the story.
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
Well my friends, the time has finally come. This is it. The final scene. The closing sentence. The last column. The end.