Pop star Kesha sat in a courtroom on Feb. 19 with tears streaming down her face after a New York Supreme Court judge ruled against releasing her from her contract with producer Lukasz Gottwald, known as Dr. Luke, and Sony.read more >>
The Life of Pablo, West’s seventh studio album and follow-up to 2013’s brash, in-your-face Yeezus, is the closest the listener will get truly being inside Kanye West’s head.read more >>
It’s almost here: The night movie buffs and DiCaprio fans have been waiting for.
This Sunday marks the 88th Academy Awards and for the past month, the media has been trying to answer the question, “Who is going to win?” “The Revenant” is up for best picture, DiCaprio is up for Best Actor and Brie Larson is in the running for Best Actress.
Many UB students believe that Leonardo DiCaprio’s performance in “The Revenant” should be the winner.
“He deserves it after making all those great films.read more >>
Music students of all ages know that music is not just memorizing notes from Vivaldi and practicing the proper technique.read more >>
Do more than 2 million people tune in to watch you eat breakfast? What about you sitting in your hot tub? If you’re DJ Khaled, the answer is yes.read more >>
Indie rock duo MS MR played at the Mainstage Theater in the CFA on Saturday night. Up-and-coming Rochester band Oh Manitou performed as the opening act. The show was hosted and funded by the Student Association.read more >>
Just when it seemed that Derek and Hansel couldn’t get any more ridiculous, “Zoolander No. 2” proved otherwise.
“Zoolander” fans have been anticipating a sequel since last March, when stars Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson made an appearance at Paris Fashion Week to announce the follow-up to the 2001 comedy, which debuted in theaters Feb. 12.read more >>
While songs featuring dark, moody beats with empty bars and a boring sound are popular, Young Thug keeps recycling material with only slight alterations.
Listening to this mixtape is like watching the same scene over and over, with director trying to pass off the same scenes with dialogue and delivery changed slightly.read more >>
Starting only eight years ago, the UB Glee is in a transitionary stage. Last year, with a brand new executive board, the club made many important decisions regarding events, trips and overall policy. The club focused on making its event schedule more manageable. While UB Glee traditionally held two events per semester, the club has decided to cut down to one per year, to take place before finals week, according to Events Coordinator Nabil Faisullahread more >>
This week, the Queen City is bringing its best selections from the hardcore scene. From revolutionaries Pussy Riot to punk rockers The Queers, there is a show in Buffalo for every rebellious soul.
Get free from the oppression of the man, save yourself and go see a punk rock concert.read more >>
Taylor Swift gave the world all the drama it needed for the night when she called out Kanye West in her Album of the Year acceptance speech Monday, in retaliation to the rapper’s claim in a song that he made Swift famous.read more >>
Hannah O’Rourke, a SUNY Buffalo State graphic design student, said she couldn’t believe how much talent was in one basement.
O’Rouke, along with other music lovers and friends and family of local musicians filtered in and out of West Side basement venue Curly’s Saturday night to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Brandon Schlia’s Buffalo-based independent music label, Steak and Cake Records, as well as Schlia’s 31st birthday.read more >>
For Dan McKeon and his friends, there was something missing in the roster sheet of UB’s clubs. Among the plethora of on-campus organizations, McKeon did not see one that catered to those who want to write fiction. So he and his friends decided to create a club of their own.read more >>