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Mr. Burns electrifies at Overture Center

Elliott Puckette, Arts Editor April 20, 2016

"Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play" is one of those shows that sounds weirder the more you learn about it. If you’ve seen a poster or heard anything, you probably know that "The Simpsons" is involved,...

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Summerfest – World’s biggest music festival

Brighid Monahan, Staff Writer April 20, 2016

When thinking about Wisconsin summers, many of us think of rolling hills, corn and 4-H fairs. Even though these are staples of the state and take up a good portion of the summer there is more to our state’s...

Reality show ‘The Bachelor’ inflicts real emotional trauma

Brighid Monahan, Staff Writer March 22, 2016

If you have never seen "The Bachelor," it is a reality show that consists of one man and 25 potential winners or potential wives. Throughout the season, there is an elimination process and the season ends...

The ‘M’ plays featured at the Bartell great shows

Elliott Puckette, Arts Editor March 22, 2016

As a young and broke theater enthusiast, I’m always looking for ways to see theater for a not-money cost. My best solution has been to volunteer at the shows I want to see. The Bartell Theater just off...

‘Full House’ fans can rejoice

Bailey Ayres, Sports Editor March 22, 2016

OH MY ATLANTA! "Full House" is back and on Netflix! The reboot, "Fuller House" premiered on Feb. 26 with 13 episodes in season one, and all can be watched on Netflix. If you were a fan of “Full House,”...

Spring Break 2016

March 2, 2016

Spring Break is almost here but have you thought of why we celebrate it and when did it start? While some of might think of Spring Break as lounging on the beaches of Cancun and debauchery at night, others...

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Monster Boogie at Broom Street Theater

Elliott Puckette, Arts Editor March 2, 2016

There’s still time is see a very spooky show over at Broom Street Theater. Rob Matsushita has a new show "Monster Boogie" playing its final weekend Thursday, March 3 through Saturday, March 5 at 8 p.m. This...

‘The Revenant’ delivers

John Everman, Staff Writer February 3, 2016

Review: Immersing the viewer in the life of a frontiersman in the harsh woods of 1823 South Dakota, The Revenant is a momentous, bloody, and emotionally charged survival drama. While depicting a tale...

‘Beasts of No Nation’

Morgan Engels, Staff Writer January 19, 2016

Back in October, Netflix, already having made a mark in television with shows like “House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black,” debuted its first original film “Beasts of No Nation.” While...

Metal Gear a solid series for gamers

Stuart Benjamin, Arts Editor October 27, 2015

After receiving high marks from almost every major newspaper, website, and magazine two weeks before its release, “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain” has proved it changes not only the “Metal...

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Broadway show ‘Wicked’ unfolds magically at the Overture Center

Ana Bon, Staff Writer October 27, 2015

“Wicked: the Untold Story of the Witches of Oz,” has never unfolded so magically. Do you recall the Tin Man, the Scarecrow, the Lion or the slippers? Do you wonder how did they come to be? This...

ScaryLand is, um …, SCARY fun!

Jasmyne Chapman, Staff Writer October 14, 2015

Experiencing haunted houses takes a certain level of bravery, to some it’s nothing, but for someone like me going to a haunted house is a test of endurance. I took to Wisconsin ScaryLand to do just that....

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