Insight

April 26, 2017

Six books every college student should read

Stimulate your mind with these thought-provoking novels.

April 21, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: Top five artists to see at Coachella

G#’s Musical Radar: Top five artists to see at Coachella

Coachella 2017 is full of must-see performances.

April 20, 2017

MOVE’s self-care guide: Taking a break has never been so important

MOVE’s self-care guide: Taking a break has never been so important

With finals on the horizon, it’s important to take the time to focus on yourself.

April 13, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: The Naked and Famous put on an energetic set on March 30

G#’s Musical Radar: The Naked and Famous put on an energetic set on March 30

The opening set for Blink-182 was filled with cutting-edge synths and exuberant indie-pop.

April 12, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: Cold War Kids’ ‘L.A. Divine’ is its weakest LP yet

G#’s Musical Radar: Cold War Kids’ ‘L.A. Divine’ is its weakest LP yet

The indie rockers’ hometown tribute boasts a handful of memorable tracks but lacks creativity.

April 12, 2017

Millennial Manners: Culinary prowess and hospitality go hand-in-hand

Millennial Manners: Culinary prowess and hospitality go hand-in-hand

Columnist Ben Jarzombek explains why it’s worth knowing how to cook a good meal.

April 11, 2017

The five best Food Network shows you should be watching

The five best Food Network shows you should be watching

Thanks to “Iron Chef,” the network’s competition shows have brought life to televised cooking.

April 9, 2017

For the Love of Movies: ‘Raw’ awes, insults and disappoints

For the Love of Movies: ‘Raw’ awes, insults and disappoints

Director Julia Ducournau fashioned a film that gives more than required.

April 7, 2017

The Deal With Documentaries: ‘Spring Broke’ shares the history of a famously reckless vacation

The Deal With Documentaries: ‘Spring Broke’ shares the history of a famously reckless vacation

The 2016 documentary shows the rise and fall of two of the most popular spring break destinations.

April 4, 2017

 For the Love of Movies: Céline Sciamma’s work extends beyond her role as a director

For the Love of Movies: Céline Sciamma’s work extends beyond her role as a director

The insightfulness of “My Life as a Zucchini” is nothing new for writer-director Céline Sciamma.

April 3, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: Local Natives talks about mixing politics and music

G#’s Musical Radar: Local Natives talks about mixing politics and music

Vocalist Kelcey Ayer said the band’s latest album “stands as a symbol of hope for change and a better future.”

March 21, 2017

 Know Before You Go: Cafe Berlin to host Xenia Rubinos

Know Before You Go: Cafe Berlin to host Xenia Rubinos

Local group MAZ Blanko and Hungry Foxes are joining Rubinos.

March 19, 2017

For the Love of Movies: In ‘Toni Erdmann,’ comedy and drama collide

For the Love of Movies: In ‘Toni Erdmann,’ comedy and drama collide

Director Maren Ade sculpted a film worth seeing.

March 19, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: Judah & the Lion discusses its latest album

G#’s Musical Radar: Judah & the Lion discusses its latest album

Banjo player Nate Zuercher talks about the creative process behind “Folk Hop N’ Roll.”

March 16, 2017

‘Logan’ is the Wolverine film we’ve always wanted

Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart made their last on-screen performances of two titular characters absolutely timeless.

March 15, 2017

Know Before You Go: Cafe Berlin to host a mixed-genre show Friday

Know Before You Go: Cafe Berlin to host a mixed-genre show Friday

Paddlefish and Enemy Airship will join Shana Falana.

March 12, 2017

G#’s Musical Radar: The science behind musical preference

G#’s Musical Radar: The science behind musical preference

With the help of an expert, columnist Grant Sharples explores the complexity of taste in music.

March 9, 2017

In ‘Quest,’ music drives the story

In ‘Quest,’ music drives the story

The Rainey family works through obstacles and still gives back to the community.

March 8, 2017

Manolo and Gorrion create a nostalgic yet modern tale in ‘Donkeyote'

Manolo and Gorrion create a nostalgic yet modern tale in ‘Donkeyote'

The True/False film's meandering pace is perfect.

March 7, 2017

‘Abacus: Small Enough to Jail’ is an immigrant success story that won’t be forgotten

‘Abacus: Small Enough to Jail’ is an immigrant success story that won’t be forgotten

The documentary features the Sung family, owners of Abacus Federal Savings Bank, the only bank to have faced criminal charges as a result of the 2008 financial crisis.