NBC comedy lineup suffers in quest for ratings

Once the go-to network on Thursday nights, NBC's comedy line-up is faltering after the cancellations of "Welcome to the Family," "Sean Saves the World" and "The Michael J. Fox Show" recently put on hiatus.

‘Jeffrey Dahmer Files’ documentary provides realistic portrayal

Chris James Thompson’s documentary “The Jeffrey Dahmer Files” is a stunningly lifelike and effective portrait of a killer.

NYU Grad Explores Love and Marriage in India

In a cozy nook of McNally Jackson Independent Booksellers and Cafe in Williamsburg, an audience sat awaiting Elizabeth Flock to read from her debut book, “The Heart is a Shifting Sea: Love and Marriage...

‘Bedlam’s Hamlet’ offers impressive rendition of Shakespearean classic

Four actors take on this Shakespeare classic, playing multiple characters with the expertise and emotional depth.

The Secret Origins of the First Female Filmmaker

In her 2018 documentary “Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché,” director and producer Pamela B. Green aims to revive the life of the first female filmmaker, Alice Guy-Blaché. Narrated by actress and...

Bob Moses: Fresh NYC Music Faces

In the world of electronic music, New York-based duo Bob Moses is a curious beast. Like the album cover of their 2016 album “Days Gone By,” their songs are dark, romantic and distanced, like...

Tisch First-Year Says Goodbye to Youth in Debut Album

Sporting a kimono and a pair of round spectacles, Tisch first-year Benji Jung, also known as Null Pattern, sits before their desk — a workstation consisting of a desktop, a myriad of CDs and...

MCC Showcase Celebrates Maker Communities

Last Wednesday, the MCC Media Lab, a media-making organization within Steinhardt’s Media, Culture and Communications Department, hosted its second annual showcase of projects. These projects explored themes of social commentary, cultural critique and protests,...

Staff Recs: Spooky Halloween movies to binge-watch

For the chills: “The Babadook” by Zach Martin, Film Editor I can’t remember the last time a horror film had me curled up in a ball, pushing my chair away from the screen like “The Babadook” did....

Khaya Sings for Any Genre

In 2013, Clive Davis sophomore Khaya Cohen showed her x-factor to Simon Cowell, who gushed uncharacteristically over her performance and even compared her to Amy Winehouse. A New York City native, Cohen started playing in...

‘The Imitation Game’ boasts rich emotions

Cyphers and mathematics have never before been as emotionally triumphant as they are in “The Imitation Game,” an above-average biopic. Told in a series of flashbacks and flash-forwards, “The Imitation Game” reveals the story...

Forget Me Not

As NYU students bustle in and around the West Village, grabbing cookies at Lipton Hall’s dining hall or popping into the Kimmel Center for a quick club meeting, it’s easy to forget that this...
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