From Here to Now to You: Jack Johnson at the Merriweather Post Pavilion

By Caitlin Stallings, guest columnist. Way back when, I saw Jack Johnson perform at the Richmond Coliseum for the Get Out and Vote Tour in 2008. As much as I adore Johnson’s mellow music, I was unable to enjoy his set due to the drunken buffoons belting every single lyric to his songs while also […]

The Witch of the White Sea: Up Close with M83’s Morgan Kibby

By Cort Olsen     Many of you may have heard of Morgan Kibby from her time as the keyboardist for the French electronic band M84.  Now she has decided to branch off and do her own solo act as White Sea.  Kibby will be coming to Richmond to perform with The Naked and Famous […]

An Interview With Iconique

Myriah McReynolds Guest Columnist Many street brands have found their way onto VCU’s diverse and dynamic campus. With fresh street brand designs gripping the silhouettes of many of VCU’s young and determined students fashion is constantly shifting and bringing individuality to the trends on campus. Many students have found their passion in creating clothing for […]

Artist of the Week: Nicanor Lotuaco

At the most recent Space.88 show, a frequent and very popular gallery event created in the apartment of VCUarts students Max Runko and John Stavas, one of the most talked about pieces was the ambiguous “Barfday,” a piece by Sculpture major Nicanor Lotuaco. The name itself is a play on words for what the actual […]