Lady Gaga

A Star is Born impresses with original songs, emotional turns

Natalie Schroeder | Staff Writer 10/12/18 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper hit the big screen together this past weekend with their film A Star Is Born. The movie first hit theaters in 1937 as an American Technicolor romantic drama film. The movie reboot earned a 91 percent on “Rotten Tomatoes,” and it was well deserved. […]

Man of the Woods deteriorates pop repertoire

<em>Man of the Woods</em> deteriorates pop repertoire

By Salena Moran & Evan Penrod | Staff Writers 02/08/2018 Just days prior to his Super Bowl LII halftime show performance, Justin Timberlake returned to the music world with his fifth studio album Man of the Woods. The former *NSYNC member premiered three of 16 total songs prior to the release of his record with […]

60th Grammys epitomizes gender inequalities

60th Grammys epitomizes gender inequalities

By Nicolas Jozefczyk | A&E Editor 02/01/2018 The 60th Annual Grammy Awards encapsulated strength, vulnerability and, quite frankly, too many honors for Bruno Mars. Unlike last year, the show did not stand out in terms of comedic breaks, but held strong with some jaw-dropping and tear-jerking performances from incredible artists. Opening this year’s show, Kendrick […]

‘Five Foot Two’ shows highs, lows in Gaga’s life

‘Five Foot Two’ shows highs, lows in Gaga’s life

By Nicolas Jozefczyk | Staff Writer 09/28/17 When it comes to Lady Gaga, it’s a no-brainer that whatever she puts her mind to becomes a work of art, and Gaga: Five Foot Two is no exception. Strong, raw and down-to-earth, this documentary portrays some of Gaga’s struggles and highlights some of her greatest achievements from […]

‘Hello,’ it’s the 59th annual Grammy Awards

‘Hello,’ it’s the 59th annual Grammy Awards

By Nicolas Jozefczyk | Staff Writer Mesmerizing performances, spectacular singing and, for some reason, nudity sums up the 59th annual Grammy’s. This year’s music award show was a star-studded event, with James Corden adding his own flare and pizzazz as the host. The show opened with Adele singing her lead single off of her album […]

Lady Gaga scores big with Super Bowl halftime

Lady Gaga scores big with Super Bowl halftime

By Salena Moran and Evan Penrod | Staff Writers Whether fans were watching Super Bowl LI for the commercials or the game itself, pop performer Lady Gaga was arguably one of the most memorable events of the Pepsi Zero Sugar Halftime Show. Fresh off the release of her new album, “Joanne,” Gaga’s ever evolving style […]

Worst entertainment of 2016

Worst entertainment of 2016

Books: Patsy Walker aka Hellcat – Sean Ray I’ve read bad comic book series before. This is the only one to make me drop the idea of every reading a single issue of it ever again halfway through its debut book. Author Kate Leth infantilizes what was once a strong female character, giving her nonsense […]

The Chainsmokers criticize Gaga, Rihanna

The Chainsmokers criticize Gaga, Rihanna

By Nicolas Jozefczyk | Staff Writer The Chainsmokers might be ruling the Billboard Hot 100 chart with their song “Closer,” but recent comments might leave them closer to digging a musical grave. In an interview with “Rolling Stone” on Oct. 11, Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall talked about Lady Gaga and Rihanna in a not-so-friendly […]

Plot checks out in ‘American Horror Story’

Plot checks out in ‘American Horror Story’

By Sean Ray | a&e editor The latest season of “American Horror Story,” titled “Hotel,”  delivers a great cast of characters, wonderful acting all around and a jumbled plot that makes very little sense and often leaves the viewer unsatisfied. Taking place in Hollywood, “Hotel” centers on the Cortez Hotel. Constructed in the 1920s by […]