Arts Editor Maya Campbell interviews and sees the work of Extra Credit Ensemble, a theatre group led by two current Columbia students, in a special PeopleHop/Arts Review combo post.
Greenborough is putting out a call for “trash bins, pots, pans, PVC-pipes, spoons, rubber bands and homemade didgeridoos” for their second open mic of the year tonight at 8 pm. In addition to the melodious sounds of improvised instruments there will be some homemade food and prizes for the best acts. Musicians and listeners of all […]
Love poems can pack a punch. As one girl exclaimed yesterday after receiving one from her boyfriend of two weeks, “I don’t know whether to be creeped out or marry him!” Whether Valentine’s Day had you creeped out, enamored or downright depressed, Quarto wants to hear about it. Tomorrow night, the literary magazine will host an Open […]
It’s finals! You’re hungry. Like, prehistoric hungry. Not sure what that means? Find out at the last Live at Lerner of the semester from 12 to 2 pm in Lerner Piano Lounge. They’ve tricked the place out with—we kid you not—a mashed potato bar. You’ll be able to caveman carbo-load to your heart’s content, without facing […]
If you like free hors d’oeuvres and challenges to dominant Eurocentric discourses, you should check out the Africa-Diaspora Literary Society’s Gallery of Perspectives: Artwork & Creative Writing on Africa & Diaspora tonight at 8pm in the Malcolm X Lounge (Hartley 106). In addition to a reception featuring hors d’oeuvres, chai tea, and sparkling cider, there […]
CU Records started recording musicians at their events this year, and they’ve just released their first two compilations of live performances. The BetaJam and Lounge Night compilations are now available to download for free, and feature bands like Life Size Maps and Blaxel. CU Records is also hosting an Open Mic Lounge Night in the John Jay Lounge […]