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Bridget retains just enough irreverence to make her and her group of rabble-rousing friends feel refreshing.


Season two of the show has provoked a muted response compared to the enthusiastic acclaim engendered by its first.

Mac Miller
Warner Bros.

'The Divine Feminine' does just about everything to perpetuate Mac’s “I've Changed” narrative.

“Each piece is its own little world,” Adams said.

Secretly Canadian

However great our summer was, the ten tracks on 'Light Upon the Lake' enhanced it on another level, and they followed us everywhere, in the best type of way.

Dude Madison performs at the Blind Pig as one of the musicians promoted by What the Sound.
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Schechter, graduating from the University in December, is the founder and sole employee of What The Sound, a music website dedicated to exposing up-and-coming artists to new listeners.

RoosRoast recently opened on East Liberty, replacing the Elixir Vitae storefront.
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With closer ties to downtown and the U-M campus, RoosRoast has been the talk of the semester among coffee fanatics and caffeine addicts alike, and they have enjoyed their newfound popularity under the stress of a city that never sleeps.

No documentary is entirely objective, but “Primary” is pretty close.

The Game
Blood Money

“Take Beans back to rehab / On Instagram looking like a motherfucking bean bag”


The mocking nature that comes from “Documentary Now!” is subtle — often coming from a quick wink or raised eyebrow from Hader and Armisen, or jokes that blend seamlessly into the environment the duo has transformed into their stage.


What’s special about ‘Fleabag,’ even more than its razor-sharp sense of humor and Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s amazing central performance, is the way it uses formal elements to convey the unique symptoms of loss.

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The film is about selfishness and the unintended consequences that come from following one’s desires, yet it also showcases the power of love that binds people together in unbreakable ways.

The Detroit City Study is a co-learning workspace located at the University of Michigan Detroit Center, designed for people interested in engaging in academic discourses in a non-traditional way.

Apple Music and Spotify have a bunch of problems, but it’s easy to overlook them because only 10 years ago the music industry was hemorrhaging from an epidemic of illegal mp3 downloading.

“Sleeping of Jupiter” is first and foremost a book about women.

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Following a brief period of namelessness, the four-piece post-punk outfit hailing from Calgary, Alberta have returned with a glossier, more accessible sound.

Jacob clearly doesn’t listen to the right public radio.

Kornbluh has sifted through libraries full of documents, somehow crafting a cohesive narrative out of the contradictory mosaic of U.S. intelligence efforts in Latin America.

“Top Chef” winner and University of Michigan alum Stephanie Izard opened up the lively spot in Chicago’s West Loop in 2010 and reservations there have been near-impossible to come by ever since.

Even now that my music taste has expanded and varied quite a bit, whenever I go back to the Persian classics I remember my parents playing, I gain a certain sense of sweet nostalgia.