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Film review: “The Boys in the Band”

Directed by Joe Mantello, the Netflix adaptation of Broadway favorite “The Boys in the Band” is now on Netflix. The original play, written by...

Opinion: What does an album cycle look like in 2020?

With only two months left in the year, artists are losing time to make good on their promises of new music for 2020. The...

Album review: $NOT’s “Beautiful Havoc”

“Beautiful Havoc” can be summed up in four simple words: album of the year. Florida-based rapper $NOT (real name Edy Edouard) did not have...

Album review: “Positions” by Ariana Grande

Singer-songwriter Ariana Grande says “thank u, next” to her last era and ushers in a new world for her devoted fan base to explore...

“The Trial of the Chicago 7” review: the first duty of a revolutionary is to get away with it

There are far too many films that are nothing more than guilty-pleasures. Netflix's “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” directed by Aaron Sorkin, isn’t...

“Borat 2” review: A satire the world needs

“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan,” also known as “Borat 2,” is...

Annual conservatory fundraiser goes virtual

The Conservatory has held a fundraising gala, “Crescendo,” every year for the past 24 years to raise money for student scholarships. However, the social distancing...

iPhone 12 review

Apple released its newest iPhone, the iPhone 12, which comes in at a hefty $799. The iPhone 12 isn’t the only phone Apple announced. Alongside...

Interview with NYT classical music critic Anthony Tommasini on the reissue of two albums composed by the late Virgil Thomson

On Oct. 23, 2020, the Virgil Thomson Foundation reissued two critically acclaimed albums of Virgil Thomson’s composition. New York Times’ chief classical music critic...

Album review: “Sound The Alarm, Vol. 1: Louder Feelings”

When the Black Lives Matter movement swept the country this summer, musical artists from cities across the nation joined the march. Many posted shows...

BLACKPINK’s global success shines in new Netflix documentary, “BLACKPINK: LIGHT UP THE SKY”

Whether you’re a fan of them or not, BLACKPINK’s success is no secret to anyone. From being the first K-pop girl group to perform...

Netflix docuseries “Deaf U” review and interview with Kansan cast member Renate Rose

Netflix’s recent docuseries, “Deaf U,” explores the relationships between deaf and hard-of-hearing students at Gallaudet University in Washington D.C. Within a week, the eight-episode...
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Album Review: “Good News” by Megan Thee Stallion

With her first album, “Good News,” Megan Thee Stallion finishes 2020 with a bang. After four successful mixtapes, Megan finally released her much anticipated...

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The Chiefs pulled off a game-winning drive at the end of the 4th quarter on Sunday night to secure a much-needed 35-31 victory over...

Canadian artist Petal Supply shines on “You’re So Pretty,” upcoming EP “Hey” is sure to dazzle

Out of an international network of young adults on the internet bursts a bright and explosive new sound — and Canadian producer-songwriter Petal Supply...

Opinion: Kanye West’s presidential run was ridiculous

Rapper Kanye West first announced his plans to run for President this past Independence Day in a tweet. “We must now realize the promise of...