This star-studded week of shows includes big names from rap, rock, pop and electronica, not to mention Halloween hijinks.
Last Saturday Canopy Club welcomed LA hip-hop artist Hopsin to the stage. Tyler was there to show you the sights and let you know why he thought it was a good show played for a bad crowd.
The Minotaur brings the drama of Ariadne the princess of Crete, Theseus the Athenian hero, and the legendary half-man, half-bull creature in his labyrinth to the present day.
Unit 4 Superintendent Judy Wiegand weighs in on the upcoming vote on November 8th's ballot.
Julia speaks with Steve Lamos of American Football about their new album after a seventeen-year hiatus, and who the band is now compared to then.
It is finally starting to feel like fall in C-U, and there's plenty to match up with those feelings. Check out our recommendations this weekend.
Kat previews the Fluid Event Center's upcoming Dark History and Horror Convention.
Austin reviews Rebecca Rego and the Trainmen’s outstanding upcoming release, Lay These Weapons Down, in advance of their album release show at Cowboy Monkey this Friday.
Brittany headed to Baxter's American Grille for a Friday night date to celebrate her anniversary. Check out her review and see if it exceeded her expectations.