ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Desert Daze is an annual music festival built upon the celebration of music, culture, art, and nature. With the goal of being reminiscent of the inclusivity of music festivals of the 1970s, Desert Daze aims to be a surreal, intimate, and accessible event that “caters to weirdos and embraces all.” Run by the Los Angeles-based production company Moon Block, Desert Daze is part of a greater collective of artists that includes JJUUJJUU and Deap Vally.
The Ruth B. Shannon Center is presenting the first performance of the multi-show Aloha Series this coming Saturday, Sept. 22. The Shannon Center is well-established in the Hawaiian community. The purpose of the series is to display the theater’s commitment to Hawaiian culture and give opportunities to young Hawaiian musicians.
Henry Cavill will no longer play Superman in upcoming films.
According to a recent report by The Hollywood Reporter, it seems as though Henry Cavill, who’s portrayed Superman in three comic book blockbusters to date, is officially hanging up the cape.
In the rare free time that a college student has, nearly none is spent productively checking things off our never-ending to-do list. Instead, we binge Netflix series for hours on end, lost in a world away from our own. The question is not how we could better use our time, but how many times we can watch The Office again. We lose ourselves in this world as a way to take the pressure off our own, but with nothing new to watch, it can be boring to rewatch the same shows.