The Music Beat

British indie pop group Bastille has been a staple of my playlists since 2013. My sophomore year of high school I listened to only Bastille from January until March — my Spotify Year in Review …

Music

Rock music at maximum volume and bright lights from all directions filled the the Bottom Lounge (1375 W. Lake St.) at Badflower’s show Sunday, Sept. 29. Fellow rockers Dead Poet Society and Weathers opened up …

Music

Fans clumsily packed themselves into a crowded Metro (3720 N. Clark St.) Sep. 28 to watch indie pop artist Clairo do what she does best — provide a chill environment and mellow tunes. The show …

Photo Briefs

Chinese lantern festivals are spreading throughout the United States and one such fest has made its way to the Windy City. The festival offers a sprawling lantern exhibit of 39 displays, including two 100-foot-long dragons …

Photo Briefs

Loyola’s chapter of Phi Delta Epsilon’s second annual Anatomy Fashion Show drew in a crowd of more than 200 — about double the size of last year’s attendance — to the Damen Multi Purpose Room …

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Four senior artists appeared in “Creature Comforts,” an exhibition that opened March 29 in the Ralph Arnold Gallery (1131 W. Sheridan Road). The gallery is owned and operated by Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing …

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Nearly 40 runners woke early and made their way to Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus (LSC) for the Hindu Students’ Organization’s (HSO) second annual Rambler Run 5K March 24. Participants and volunteers gathered at the LSC …

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Tens of thousands of people lined the Chicago River on what began as a bitterly cold St. Patrick’s Day morning. Within an hour, the sun was shining and the river had been dyed a vibrant …