‘Missed Connections’ Misses the Mark

It seems like a pipe dream of an idea that the uncomfortably weird yet well-known section of Craigslist, Missed Connections, would ever be made into something that could be performed in front of a...

Whitewashing and the Monetary Excuse in Blockbusters and Indies

With the exclusively white nominations of the 2015 Oscars and the recent casting of Zendaya in the upcoming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” movie, the issues of racial representation and diversity in the media have been subjects...

Cults Dazzles in Williamsburg

Brooklyn-based indie-pop duo Cults has returned as vibrant and stunning as ever after four years in the dark. The chart-breaking multi-instrumentalists Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion played an intimate hometown show Tuesday night at...

Brooklyn Duo Releases Debut EP at Strawberry Fest

Brooklyn-based hip-hop group Bathe has been busy the past few days: not only did it warm up the stage for fellow Brooklynite and friend Triathlon at Strawberry Fest on Friday, but it also released...

Ron Pope captivates in performance

Artists like Ron Pope are rare these days. It is not often that a talented, humble artist can write meaningful lyrics that connect with audiences. But, when one does, it is truly magical. That...

Meryl Streep trades silver screen for soapbox

Academy Award winner Meryl Streep has shockingly announced her retirement from acting.

‘Overlord’ Is an Amazing WWII B-Movie That Offers Zombies Too

Though advertised as a generic zombie flick, the J.J. Abrams-produced film is secretly a stellar World War II action-thriller flying under the radar.

John Mayer electrifies fans at Barclays Center

Playing a varied and career-spanning setlist for his "Born and Raised" tour, John Mayer proved he continues to deliver his signature sound.

‘Fell’ delivers new take on classic ‘Alice in Wonderland’

A flawed but fascinating interactive theater piece takes audiences on a tour of Wonderland in "Then She Fell."

‘Sex Education’ Should Replace Sex Education

I am typically quite cautious about seeing television written by adults with the intention of teaching teenagers a lesson. Frankly, after I read the synopsis of “Sex Education,” I wasn’t expecting much. A British...

‘We the Animals’: A Portrait of Childhood

The language of film and the language of literature are two distinct lenses for looking at the world. Literature’s focus is the individual’s perspective, the subjective nature of a person’s perspective, words on a...

‘Corporate Animals’: Unfunny, Uninteresting, Unappealing

"Corporate Animals" is a film without direction or enjoyment. Directed by Patrick Brice, it centers around a mismatched group of coworkers who end up trapped in a New Mexico cave with their sociopathic CEO,...
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