Monday, May 29, 2017

10 Questions with Lee Schmidt

Lee Schmidt is a marathon-running, rat-dissecting, a cappella leader that can be seen giving tours, doing slam poetry, and chatting her way through campus....

Sylvan Esso brings electro-folk to Nashville

Wearing an all-black outfit with her signature high platform shoes, Sylvan Essovocalist Amelia Meath walked out onto the stage with bandmate Nick Sanborn, grabbed...

Greenberg at Green Hills: summer movies in review

Now that Labor day has come and gone, classes are back in session and Commodore football continues to try their hardest to win some...

The gluten-free guide to on-campus dining

If you have celiac disease, are gluten intolerant,or choose to live a gluten-free lifestyle you probably already know the difficulty of finding food you...

Colbie Caillat hosts an intimate concert at the Schermerhorn

The lights dimmed over a fully seated house at Schermerhorn Symphony Tuesday evening, November 1st, for Colbie Caillat's Nashville show. Purple and warm Christmas lights...

Blair student stars in “To Hell and Back” opera

Confronting domestic abuse through the arts

Hustler Reviews: Mount Eerie’s “A Crow Looked at Me”

Phil Elverum’s latest offering is his best yet

Looking at the small scale music scene in Nashville

With all due respect to the Ryman, Ascend Amphitheater and other large-scale venues, the raw music spirit that so often characterizes Nashville lives on...

Greenberg at Green Hills: Bleed for This

Anchors (Out of Four):  There’s something satisfying about boxing movies that other sports films can’t seem to recreate. Even for people who have never seen...