Interview

Twenty years ago, Trainspotting captured audiences with a portrait of drugs and depravity in Edinburgh, Scotland, that was both brutal and intensely visceral. The film follows four maladjusted adolescents as they throw moderation to the wind and dive headfirst into ...

Vanessa Carlton, known for “A Thousand Miles,” released Liberman Oct. 23, 2015. The Emory Wheel had a phone interview with Carlton Feb. 14 to ask about Liberman. She also spoke on her then upcoming release, Earlier Things Live, and gave ...

Emory University Police Department (EPD) officer Randall Terry, Jr. and officer Alexander Mawson (08C) saved an allegedly depressed man who was thinking of committing suicide on a night shift last year, Tarry said. When Mawson arrived on the scene, the ...

Formed in 2007 by frontman Chris Henderson while attending the Hartt School of Music, Bronze Radio Return steadily rose to fame with impossibly catchy, feel-good hooks. The Wheel interviewed Henderson over the phone about the band’s creative process and a ...

For most, being stranded on an obscure, uninhabited island is almost unfathomable; however, singer-songwriter and guitarist Andy Hull and lead guitarist Robert McDowell of Atlanta-based indie rock band Manchester Orchestra managed to capture perfectly the essence of the film Swiss ...

Director Richard Linklater’s filmography can be summarized in one word: nostalgic. From the lazy summer days of Dazed and Confused to the awkward trials and tribulations of adolescence in Boyhood, Linklater is a master of capturing the unique relationship between ...

Ever been to Saba in Emory Village? It’s a cute, homey Italian restaurant on Oxford Road, that serves items like soups, salads and pastas after you order at the front. Saba’s other location in Oakhurst Village features the same menu, ...

To be a part of record label Fueled by Ramen is to be on hallowed ground for any lover of punk inspired pop-rock, as it is home to artists like Panic! at The Disco, Paramore and twenty one pilots. The ...

A sign of a great musical artist is versatility — the ability to explore new sounds and instruments so as not to get defined and limited by one genre. What is rare, however, is for an artist to successfully blend ...