Arts

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In the fourth and final episode of Things Men Ruined, Natalie and Emily talk about their three favorite things: women, comedy and women in comedy.

Prince: The Hits

This introduction seems futile; no amount of vague, attention-piquing description or scene-setting could do the topic of this piece the proper justice. So, I’ll just tell it like it is: I’m here to talk about Prince.

HQ Trivia host Scott Rogowsky performs stand-up comedy for students at Michigan Hillel presents Scott Rogowsky LIVE at the Union Sunday night.

On Apr. 8, Scott Rogowsky himself, the “quiz master” of popular app HQ, graced the University with his presence for a live comedy and quiz show.

Jeff Rosenstock

Just two weeks ago, The Daily was lucky enough to have a chance to speak with singer/songwriter Jeff Rosenstock about his newest record, POST-, and his upcoming show on Apr. 25, accompanied by Martha and Bad Moves, at the Loving Touch in Ferndale.

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Wherever I went, I wrote for The Daily.

Narcos

While it is tempting to portray such evil men as caricatures of evil, the reality is that they were rather complex characters who sometimes managed to do some good.

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This change in humor took away from everything the first act had created. The production seemed more comical instead of a critique on class struggle.

Germany

Despite being employed by a newspaper for which I write about “the arts” on a regular basis, my artistic tastes are quite underdeveloped.

Wyatt Cenac in "Problem Areas"

It is less a comedian trying to convince you with their side of the argument and more your educated, left-leaning friend discussing the world’s problems with you over coffee.

Emily Blumenthal

“Reach out to Michigan alum, first and foremost, and keep your communication as short as possible,” Blumenthal offered. “And do your homework. And whatever communication you have, don’t make it about yourself. Make it about what you can contribute.”