Tisch New Theatre’s ‘Catch’ delights

Tisch New Theatre recently mounted their spring main stage musical: “Catch Me If You Can,” which details the life of famous con-artist Frank Abagnale, Jr. at Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. Framed as...

The Velvet Underground Through the Lens of ’60s New York

The Velvet Underground Experience, a new immersive exhibition, takes you down the history of one of history's greatest bands and the 1960s-era New York that influenced it.

Justin Bieber struggles to find balance between music, controversy

The teenage pop star seems to be experiencing very public growing pains as he tries to refocus on his artistic merit while maturing his image.

Lady Gaga overindulges in theatrics without substance on latest album, fails to live up...

As Lady Gaga returns with the release of her third studio album “ARTPOP,” the musician who is famous for her antics delivers simultaneously what was expected from her while also exploring new territory.

Quiet and Contemplative, ‘Death of King Louis XIV’ Captures a Great Figure on Screen

For French Revolution buffs, the depiction of the passing of the Sun King on film is a fascinating premise. While there were kings after the French monarch Louis XIV, none would capture the reverence,...

Don’t Sleep Through Coffeehouse Open Mic Nights

Good vibes and compelling stanzas existed in perfect tandem at the Coffeehouse Open Mic on Wednesday, Jan. 25. One of Spring 2017 Welcome Week’s marquee events, the open mic at Kimmel’s Beverly and Arthur...

Five films to catch over winter break

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” By Anubhuti Kumar Staff Writer “Star Wars” fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of the franchise’s seventh installment, which is sure to be one of the biggest films of the year....

Lady challenges preconceived notions, politics of rappers

Shameka Shanta Brown, who goes by the performer name Lady, is a young rapper trying to alter gender politics in rap.

‘Parks and Recreation’ star speaks at bookstore

At his book talk at the Union Square Barnes & Noble on Sept. 12, Nick Offerman, of NBC’s hit sitcom “Parks and Recreation,” had much to say about an array of matters including ballet,...

New show offers ‘Fresh’ perspectives

Sitcoms about families have long been a staple of primetime television. From older classics like “All in the Family” to more recent hits like “Modern Family,” familial ties bring together all elements necessary for...

Freshman frontman talks rock, future

For LS freshman Mike Prussack, frontman of New Jersey rock band Fiscal Cliff, he frequently finds inspiration in the conventions of the genre, but also tries to create a versatile, diverse sound. A year...

Ke$ha shows maturity, depth in new album

Following the success of her first album and EP, Ke$ha combines her trademark grunge pop singles with ballads in latest album.
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