The worst thing about “Fifty Shades Freed” isn’t that it reinforces constrictive gender norms. It’s that it’s boring.
As a 20-year-old, I don’t have any first-hand experience with Saturday night’s 21+ Maxim Super Bowl Party. But I heard it was insane.
How do you imagine a red carpet atmosphere? We think of a street in Hollywood right at peak golden-hour, covered in the kind of plushy fabric heels sink into. Enter the NFL Honors 2018 awards on Saturday afternoon.
Dark stairwells with no traffic policy, high-school-reminiscent bathroom graffiti and the permeating smell of basement Subway. There’s just something about Blegen Hall. Then there’s the array of gorgeous people from a number of majors that wander its halls, only there because they have to be. They roam the windowless hallways on the way to a liberal arts discussion with only the promise of a single-serving Papa John's pizza to get them through.
With “Culture II,” the cement of their placement dries. It no longer matters how long we can handle the word “skrrt.” The album, Migos’ third full length venture, came out Friday — almost exactly a year after the drop of their chart-topping “Culture.”
You know how sometimes you're shopping in the University of Minnesota bookstore and you see a book that looks fabulous, but you know you'll never be able to fit that class into your schedule? We have you covered — just don't forget to bring your U-Card to checkout.
Fall Out Boy’s newest album, stylized “M A N I A” and officially titled “Mania: A Fall Out Boy LP,” was originally scheduled for release September 15. “Feeling rushed,” the band pushed the date to mid-January in order to fully flesh out their creative process.
The Shackletons' latest EP, “Second Attempt,” was released Dec. 27 with a sold out 7th Street Entry show.
Sometimes a piece of art just speaks to you. Entrants of “ArtWords,” an annual contest put on by the Weisman Art Museum, are encouraged to transcribe whatever it is they hear.