List: All the concerts I’ve ever been to

By Nicholas Cicale I love going to concerts, and this article lists every concert I’ve ever been to! 2019 11/15/19: Flying Lotus with Brandon Coleman Spacetalker, Salami Rose Joe Louis, and PBDY at Emo’s Austin 10/21/19: Vampire Weekend with Christone “Kingfish” Ingram at ACL Live Austin 9/19/10: Built To Spill with ORUÃ, XETAS at MohawkContinue reading “List: All the concerts I’ve ever been to”

The People of Lady Bird Lake

Written by Melissa Hall It’s not the hardcore bikers you need to worry about when you decide to take a stroll around Lady Bird Lake, one of the nicest places in Austin to take your dog, or go for a jog, or walk around with your friend, mocha lattes in hand, claiming that you’re “gettingContinue reading “The People of Lady Bird Lake”

The Beast Incarnate Is Dead

By Troy Provost-Heron The real winner on Sunday was Shane McMahon — and not because Team SmackDown defeated Team Raw in the five-on-five traditional Survivor Series match. McMahon is the envy of the WWE Universe because he likely won’t remember the travesty that occurred to end the Survivor Series pay-per-view. During his match, the SmackDownContinue reading “The Beast Incarnate Is Dead”

Ambrose’s Ascent Proves The Shield Still Owns The Yard

By Troy Provost-Heron  (@Troy_Provost) It’s still one of the most memorable betrayals I’ve seen in the WWE Universe. Back in 2014, I was fully re-immersed in the WWE after forgetting it had even existed for several years. In the year or so since I had returned to watching the shows, my admiration for The ShieldContinue reading “Ambrose’s Ascent Proves The Shield Still Owns The Yard”

In Defense of Gaston

by Nick Alberico (@MeadowsLeague) My college career has been a serious exercise in self-discovery. “What kind of man do I want to be?” I often find myself wondering. I look to the great men and women who have come before me for inspiration— Sun Tzu, Eleanor Roosevelt, Einstein, Bach, Martha Stewart—all people who have been enshrinedContinue reading “In Defense of Gaston”

WWE Fantasy Draft

by Fresh Out The Deli (@FreshOutTheD) One week out from the 2016 Royal Rumble, we had our our first-annual WWE Fantasy League draft. Scoring is pretty simple; Superstars earn points each time they initially win a belt and every time they continue to hold the belt after a  Pay-Per-View (regardless of if they defend itContinue reading “WWE Fantasy Draft”

“Love and Mercy,” a Music Biopic that Really Sings

By Ryan Anderson (@randerson_ryan) Biographical movies are a dime-a-dozen, and there’s certainly no shortage of biographical films about musicians, either, but the unconventional structure and strong performances make “Love and Mercy,” a look at the life and times of Brian Wilson, one of the better entries into the canon. It’s a wise decision to startContinue reading ““Love and Mercy,” a Music Biopic that Really Sings”

Staff Picks: Best Music of 2015

Nick Alberico (@MeadowsLeague) Favorite Songs of 2015 Alright – Kendrick Lamar Reality in Motion – Tame Impala The Less I Know The Better – Tame Impala The Blacker The Berry – Kendrick Lamar Butterfly – grimes Cry For You (RAK Version) – Hot Chip Depreston – Courtney Barnett Elevator Operator – Courtney Barnett What DoContinue reading “Staff Picks: Best Music of 2015”

“The Big Short” Dives into a Worldwide Financial Meltdown–with Laughs

By Ryan Anderson (@randerson_ryan) “The Big Short,” now in theaters, follows Oscar Wilde’s dictum that if you’re going to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they’ll kill you. If “The Big Short,” named one of the top 10 films of 2015 by the American Film Institute, didn’t make us laugh at the avariceContinue reading ““The Big Short” Dives into a Worldwide Financial Meltdown–with Laughs”