"My Hero Academia" came storming back into the lives of anime fans on October 12, after a grueling 378 days since the season three finale. Sea…
Christopher Edwin Breaux, otherwise known as Frank Ocean, is arguably one of the most influential artists of this decade.
Two iconic structures on Iowa State's campus will be recognized in concert this weekend.
Stand-up comedian Rae Sanni took the Maintenance Shop stage Thursday night to give audience members an unexpected, yet unique performance in a…
Ames will be welcoming award-winning blues musician Matt Andersen, who will be accompanied by Americana folk artist Monica Rizzio. They will be performing 8 p.m. Friday at the M-Shop.
The Tony and Grammy Award-winning Broadway production of “Beautiful — The Carole King Musical” will be performed Saturday at Stephens Auditorium. Through astounding storytelling and heartwarming musicality, the show tells the story of Carole King’s early life and revolutionary career as a singer and songwriter.
For the past year, students and faculty at Iowa State have been working to get a new program off the ground. This program supports students wishing to play their favorite video games at a competitive level.
The 2019 Ames Oktoberfest featured music, a variety of beers and wines, the Iowa State vs. West Virginia football game and several yard games for entertainment.
Late Saturday morning delivered welcome sunshine and with stiff winds, blowing crisp leaves of yellow, orange and crimson tumbling through the streets of downtown and Campustown — painting a perfect autumnal day for this year’s Ames Artists’ Studio Tour.
Magic City Hippies brought a varied set of tricks for their Thursday night show at the Maintenance Shop.
Whitacre filled the room with their incredible stage presence and their inspiring sound.
Director Vince Gilligan’s “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” was released Oct. 11 on Netflix.
Sept. 13 marked the day the long awaited predecessor to game series "Borderlands" by 2K and Gearbox Software was finally released to the public.
Fans of folk rock can anticipate the return of the Denver-based group, Whitacre. The 13th stop of their 16-show tour is set to take place at the Maintenance Shop in the Memorial Union. Experimental indie artist and Ames native Tom Hummer is set to open the show.
When The Kingdom Choir took the stage no one in the audience could have guessed how this concert would be carried out.
Theatre is more than just entertainment, as demonstrated by Iowa State University Theatre’s performances of Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA): Lighting the Way. CCTA is an international initiative using skits, monologues and other performance pieces to start a discussion about climate change within a local setting.
Globally known for capturing billions of people with their breathtaking performance of Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me” at Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry's, Duke of Sussex, royal wedding, the Kingdom Choir is taking the stage at Stephens Auditorium this Monday for their “Stand By Me” tour.
This weekend, artists in a variety of specialties in the Ames community are opening up their homes and personal studios for a unique behind-the-scenes look into their studio environments and creative processes for the 2019 Ames Artists’ Studio Tour.
lovelytheband's performance Friday night at the Great Hall was a night to remember.
Magic City Hippies will be performing with supporting act LUTHI at The Maintenance Shop on Thursday at 8p.m.
Approximately 73 percent of Americans believe Earth is currently in the midst of climate change, yet 28 percent say they never hear any discussion regarding the issue, according to a joint study conducted by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication.
Kendrick Lamar has cemented himself among the biggest names of hip-hop with a bedazzled discography. With projects like “To Pimp a Butterfly,” “Section.80,” “DAMN.” and “good kid m.A.A.d city” it’s no wonder many fans place him in high regard. Marking the peak of his discography is an entirely different issue.
The lively indie-rockers of lovelytheband are returning to campus Friday as the headlining act for this month’s ISU AfterDark. Twin XL and New Dialogue will open the show. It will be lovelytheband’s second time performing in Ames, previously playing the Great Hall in August of 2018.
It was a superb Thursday night in Ames as legendary comedian, actor and woodworker Nick Offerman took the Stephens Auditorium stage.
On Thursday, dropping by Stephens Auditorium on his latest stand-up comedy tour is one of the most successful and controversial comedians and actors of the 2000s: The Enunciator himself, Dane Cook.
Students, residents and families alike from all over central Iowa gathered Saturday and Sunday in the Scheman Building for the ninth annual Psychic and Paranormal Expo. It was Ames’ seventh time hosting the expo with over 60 vendors providing services such as spiritual healings, medium work, energy readings, crystal therapy and more.
The second season of Netflix’s original show “Disenchantment” dropped last Saturday, September 20.
A coffee shop, record store, basement, art gallery, performance venue and haven for misfits and music junkies.
Threats of inclement weather, including an active tornado watch, did not stop people from attending the Greg Laswell concert Tuesday night in the M-Shop.
Celebrating the artistry, stories and timeless characters of comics, National Comic Book Day exists for fans and collectors to bond over a shared love for one of the most unique storytelling mediums.
Up and coming indie pop band Yam Haus has risen out of the Minneapolis music scene since they released their first album, “Stargazer,” in June of 2018. The group has gained recognition after performing alongside well-known artists including Kacey Musgraves and Jason Mraz at the 2019 Basilica Block Party in July, as well as with local artists such as Flora Cash and Semisonic.
“Stranger Things” star, Joe Keery, has impressed listeners everywhere with his musical prowess. Prior to his Netflix stardom, Keery was a part of the psychedelic rock group known as “Post Animal," integral in the success of their debut project “When I Think Of You In A Castle”.
It was a night of enjoyment and countless laughs as comedian and actor Jon Rudnitsky lit up the Maintenance Shop stage this past Thursday for Student Union Board Comedy night.
Actor, woodworker and comedy legend Nick Offerman is bringing his new tour, "All Rise" to the Stephens Auditorium stage Thursday.
Director Michael Engler’s movie “Downton Abbey” (2019) hit theaters this weekend with a bang. By raking in $31 million in its opening weekend, “Downton Abbey” topped Focus Features’ previous highest-grossing opening weekend, held by “Insidious: Chapter 3” (2015), which grossed $22 million.
Headlining this year’s ninth annual KURE Fest is an eclectic mix of local and nationally recognized talent, as announced by Iowa State’s student-run radio station 88.5 KURE FM Friday morning.
Fans of Sara Bareilles, Leonard Cohen and Damien Rice should look forward to the concert at the Maintenance Shop this Tuesday when folk rock musician Greg Laswell performs.
Thursday evening’s “Beyond the Glass” Reopening Gala for the Brunnier Art Museum was a night of passionate observance for beauty, creativity, and history – dedicated to all of the contributors to the museum and the arts.
The Head and the Heart certainly know how to capture the hearts of a crowd. The Seattle-based band visited Stephens Auditorium Thursday night, bringing with them a decade-long catalog of indie folk and folk-rock music.
OSTON took her performance to new heights during her show at Maintenance Shop Wednesday night.
Rapper and producer JPEGMAFIA has been hard to miss since the release of 2018 album “Veteran.” He caught the eyes of the hip-hop community finding himself featured on numerous projects and collaborations, notably including Denzel Curry, Flume and Kenny Beats.
After closing its doors for nearly two years of renovations, the Brunnier Art Museum invites all university students and the community of Ames to the “Beyond the Glass” Reopening Gala this Thursday to celebrate its 44th anniversary and debut the newly redesigned space.
The Chicago-based independent and experimental hip-hop duo Bonelang will take the stage of the Maintenance Shop on Friday evening.
Singer/songwriter OSTON will share her journey of coming into her own at the M-Shop Wednesday night.
After a decade in between releasing albums, the Jonas Brothers are back and better than ever.
Legendary rock-and-roller Ric Ocasek was found dead in New York City on Sunday. While he rose to prominence as the frontman and lead songwriter for the 1980’s new-wave band the Cars, responsible for hits such as “Just What I Needed” and “My Best Friend’s Girl,” he also greatly influenced the music world as a producer.
In support of their new album, The Head and the Heart will take the stage Thursday night at Stephens Auditorium.
Comedian and actor Jon Rudnitsky is set to perform for SUB Comedy Night at Iowa State’s Maintenance Shop this Thursday.
Overproduced and often lacking in energy, “Beneath the Eyrie” is not a genre-breaking album, nor on par with any of the Pixies’ greatest work, but is a solid entry into their century-spanning discography.
Finding one another through music, Junkyard Samurai have connected to make their own unique brand of hip-hop. They take their origin story to the M-Shop Thursday night.
Three bands past their prime, but still capable of garnering mainstream excitement, have found a way to capitalize on their similarly-nostalgic fanbases.
Loving nothing more than providing audiences with laughter and entertainment, Grandma Mojo’s Moonshine Revival, an improv comedy group made of Iowa State students, performs every other Wednesday at the Memorial Union’s M-Shop. Tickets are priced at $1.