The Broadway Street Fair celebrates 31 years of fun

The Broadway Street Fair celebrated its 31st birthday this year on Sept. 6. The five-block fairgrounds were flooded with well over 1,000 locals and tourists alike after opening at 10 a.m. as the party kept going all day long.

Study music from Mozart to Metallica

A new school year is just beginning — and who would have guessed that an iTunes playlist could be the most important tool for studying success?

Back-to-school Campus fashion

Back to school doesn’t just mean it’s time for new classes, textbooks and schedules; it’s also time for new trends, clothes and styles.

Dan Smolinski: The Comic Book Man

Dan Smolinski is something of a jack-of-all-trades — dabbling in art, comedy, quack wizardry (we’ll get back to that) and as of July 25, publishing.
Chief Keef and Lil Reese (left to right) captured in the music video for their song “Traffic.”

Rap puts South Chicago on the map, at a cost

Regional styles have played an important role in the development of rap music in the United States. The traditional players have been the east coast, west coast and the south, but Chicago’s “drill” scene is the latest emerging hotspot.
Paper Airplanes student members each took on multiple roles in the production of the series.

Web series Paper Airplanes soars onto the big screen

A unique production written, directed and performed entirely by University of Saskatchewan students, Paper Airplanes finally made its big screen debut at the Broadway Theatre on April 1 after much local and national media hype.