The evening had type of haze that acts as an overarching, sensory-activating blanket that primes a crowd to notice the details, subtleties and quirks that define a band, even if they don’t know every song on the setlist.
SMTD's Department of Theatre & Drama will close their 2016-2017 season over the next two weekends with their performance of “Insurrection: Holding History” in the Arthur Miller Theatre.
This week, film writer Will Stewart advises his fellow Wolverines on how to live a healthy, stress-free life.
We consume art within a culture that is addicted to nostalgia.
Strange, thoughtful and, at times, other-worldly, DakhaBrakha’s performance is sure to be memorable.
The “band” continue their trend of integrating progressive genre trends with emerging talents.
What did I just watch?
Kelley and Williams aren’t here to force awe or judgment on the Griffiths — they’re just along for the ride.
Literati welcomes poets Fleda Brown and Patricia Clark to share selections from both of their latest published collections, each focused on the natural world.
It’s worth thinking about how the media we sometimes mindlessly consume affects our engagement with the concept of pregnancy.