It’s an undeniable epic: Stanley Kubrick’s classic film “2001: A Space Odyssey,” which turned 50 years old this past Apr., is known to be one of the most wildly influential films of all time.
Being the fulcrum between science and art, Waldman will be speaking about her ingenious work this Thursday at the Michigan Theater.
Watching the Sklar Brothers is like watching two professional table tennis players keep a casual volley going for the fun of it.
Critics have spoken for years of classical music as a dying art form becoming less and less relevant to contemporary American culture — should we let it die?
After a 51-year slumber, Bernstein’s performance of Bilik’s arrangement of “Hail to the Victors” will ring through Hill Auditorium once again.
For the same reason we had to lock up our phones, I’m not going to spoil too many of Minhaj’s bits.
Continuing to listen and learn has proved for Bozzio to keep his music fresh, complex and interesting.
Soaring above us, thundering sheets of water crashing down onto the rocks, the Great Falls roared.
What started off as just a video exchange between Rasul and Zimbabwean dancer Franco “Slomo” Dakha, the exchange program grew as Rasul began his own time in Zimbabwe.
When all three exciting elements come together –– text, author and reader — real magic can happen.