‘Onward’: an Almost Satisfying Journey

Even when armed with a magical roster of centaurs, unicorns, goblins and all of the other fascinating creatures that make up the fantasies of every child in the world, the Disney-Pixar powerhouse's newest endeavor...

‘Ghost Quartet’ Is in All of Us

In what seems to be a swanky, hole-in-the-wall lounge at the McKittrick Hotel, lit only by the candles on each table, a voice rises up from the shadows. With no pause, he launches into...

Dear Roman Polanski, Woody Allen and Harvey Weinstein: You Are Not The Victim

Content warning: this article addresses rape and sexual abuse against children. “Well done, pedophilia” echoed in the halls of the Salle Pleyel, the words chanted by French actress Adèle Haenel as she stormed out of...

The Public Theater Talks Show Business and Social Issues

Remember the days when you could go out and enjoy live theatrical performances? From classic Broadway shows and funny off-Broadway shows in Midtown to experimental acts on local stages, New York’s theater scene has...

Weekly Radio Roundup: March 27 – April 2

The world’s halt has driven many creatives to fully involve themselves in their craft. Whether it be Arca taking over Twitch or Nick Hakim announcing a new album, the music world seems to be...

5 Seconds of Summer’s “CALM” Is Anything But

5 Seconds of Summer’s newest album, “CALM,” is filled with uncharacteristic choices. The project, which was released last Friday, presents a side of the pop-rock band we’ve never seen before, both lyrically and stylistically....

Rediscovering Classics in Times of Tribulation

In times of tragedy, crisis, confusion and frustration, we turn to music for solace. With the global pandemic radically disrupting everyday life and blurring the future, there is no better time to seek comfort...

Don’t Give up on the Cinemas

Since the coronavirus pandemic has swept the nation and the world, it seemed only natural that all public venues, including movie theaters, would need to shut down. It started off with independently-owned theaters. One...

Terrence McNally’s Writing Must Live On

When I learned Terrence McNally recently died of COVID-19 complications at 81 years old, my body went numb. McNally was one of Broadway’s most talented playwrights, writing over 50 plays and winning multiple Tony Awards,...

Is Gal Gadot the First Horsewoman of the Entertainment Apocalypse?

In the midst of mass chaos, misinformation and confusion, audiences tend to look for a type of healing salve that can soothe some of the looming anxieties that surround them. On March 18, 2020,...

J Balvin’s Vibrant Plea for Positivity Radiates Like A Rainbow

Do you ever think of colors when you listen to music? When you listen to “Colores,” shut your eyes, clear your mind and explore its spectrum of suave emotions and fruity colors.  Columbian reggaetonero J Balvin’s...

Weekly Radio Roundup: March 18 – March 26

First and foremost, we hope everyone’s doing well. Whether you’re stuck at home or stuck in bed, we’re still devoted to covering the singles that came out over the course of the week with...
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