Learn from history or be doomed to repeat it. The Voidz’s sophomore album, “Virtue,” looks to the past, present and future — lyrically and mus…
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and Ames is in for a jumping pre-holiday treat. The Big Bad Voodoo Daddy “Wild and Swingin’ Holiday P…
Performing since childhood, Iowa State student EllieMae Millenkamp, senior in agricultural business, had never been so nervous when she took t…
Standing at 6 feet, 1 inch tall and topped with a head of bright blond hair and dirty sneakers to match, Keegan Konsor has a style that is all…
While many say Taylor Swift is simply a mainstream serial dater, it is hard to deny that her third album, “Speak Now,” is anything less than a defining album of the new decade.
“Ford v Ferrari” is big-budget movie-making at its best.
“It's been a while,” said The Envy Corps frontman Luke Pettipoole as he absorbed the Maintenance Shop audience Friday night.
The Ames Community Theater (ACTORS) wrapped up its first week of performances for the hit musical “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.” Despite football games and cold weather that could have served as factors for decreased attendance, the small playhouse filled seats and pleased theater-goers with laughter, tears and more laughter.
In 2012, the lead singer of the popular anarcho-punk band Against Me! publicly came out as a transgender woman. Loyal fans were negatively taken aback by the news and the band’s reputation began to greatly suffer.
Disney+, a new streaming service housing Disney-owned properties, debuted last Tuesday, gaining over 10 million subscribers in 24 hours.
The indie-pop, alternative rock duo The Score performed at the Maintenance Shop as part of their Run Like a Rebel Tour Wednesday.
The Iowa State Band Extravaganza is coming to Stephens Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
The Score, an indie-pop alternative rock duo known for their hits “Unstoppable,” “Legend” and “Born For This,” are set to take the Maintenance Shop stage for their Run Like a Rebel Tour at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Theatre enthusiasts are in for real treat in from Ames Community Theater (ACTORS). The second longest running off-Broadway musical, “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” will be showcased in Ames this November.
Popular American folk-rock outfit, The Avett Brothers, will be making their Ames debut at Stephens Auditorium on Thursday. Making for a warm welcome, the show is sold out.
Actor Tony Revolori is coming to this month’s ISU AfterDark as the headliner. His opening act is mentalist duo The Evasons.
For those who haven’t heard (or haven't opened Twitter since last week), My Chemical Romance are officially back together after a six-year hiatus — and emos everywhere are rejoicing.
Rockstar Games’ “Red Dead Redemption 2” is coming to PC on Nov. 5.
Clowns, zombies, witches and various cinematic characters can be seen roaming around the streets on Oct. 31. Halloween has been celebrated throughout history in a variety of different ways with a variety of different myths and legends.
The “Connections and Intersections – People, Place and Time” ReACT Exhibition opened this Monday inside the Christian Petersen Museum in Morrill Hall and received a thoughtful and welcome audience Tuesday evening for the exhibit’s opening reception.
An award-winning musical is coming to Stephens Auditorium to share a story of rags to riches with the Ames community on Sunday.
If there are any fans of Halloween movies who don’t like scares and are looking for something to watch, then Henry Selick’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” is the perfect family-friendly movie to fulfill that Halloween spirit.
On Sunday, faculty, students and alumni came together to celebrate during the “Bells of Iowa State” Gala Anniversary Concert. This event celebrated a wide variety of musical performances while recognizing important anniversaries in history.
The Ames Haunted Forest has been instilling fear into those who visit for the past two decades as the forest enters its 21st season, and is continually revered as one of the spookiest Halloween attractions on an annual basis.
This review contains spoilers for previous seasons of “BoJack Horseman” as well as for the current season.
“Connections and Intersections — People, Place and Time,” the second ReACT exhibition of the fall 2019 semester, aims to provide a conversational spark that will illuminate the topics of intergenerational relationships, family, aging and lifespan through a thoughtfully curated collection of visual art.
Bob Dylan had Stephens Auditorium filled to the brim for his Wednesday night show.
"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. Seasons one through three proved to fans in the United States that the popular Japanese anime was even better than the pages of the comic. With vibrant colors, breathtaking fight scenes and complex yet devastating backstories, the anime adaption of "My Hero Academia" has claimed the hearts of manga and comic book lovers around the world.
Christopher Edwin Breaux, otherwise known as Frank Ocean, is arguably one of the most influential artists of this decade.
While festival season may have technically ended two months ago, concert-loving Iowa State students and Ames residents can look forward to the ninth annual KURE Fest on Friday.
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 an intimate setting.
The wait is over for Bob Dylan fans, because the star is coming back to Ames.
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.