‘The Quiet One’ Tells a Rock Star’s Life Story Through His Own Archives

Sitting alone amid piles of cameras, photos, videos and more, Bill Wyman begins to give the audience a trip through the archives he has built across five decades. The former Rolling Stones bassist opened...

‘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...

NYU Senior Maũ Meditates on NYU Graduation With New Single

As graduation season quickly approaches, Tisch senior and rapper-producer Maũ has been using his music as an outlet to reconcile the existential dread of his days as a college student coming to an end....

A Starving Artist’s Guide to Halloweekend: Oct. 26 to Oct. 31

Halloweekend is upon us, which means come Friday the city streets will be flooded with ghosts and witches, vampires and superheroes, and for the third year in a row, a bunch of Donald Trump...

Jaboukie Young-White Lights up Kimmel With Laughter

The 10th floor of the Kimmel Center for University Life was aglow with laughter Thursday night as student-performers and Jaboukie Young-White hit the stage to do stand-up in front of hundreds of students and...

Staff Recs: Pretentious Films to Impress Your Fake Friends

Your friends told you to watch it. It was on your Amazon recommended list. And now the Arts Desk of WSN, a group of complete strangers, is going to reinforce everything that they’ve said....

Staff Recs: Movies That Can Be Enjoyed Despite Knowing the Twist

With the recent contention over spoilers in "Game of Thrones" and "Avengers: Endgame," the Arts Desk has decided to rebel against this paranoia and go all in on some great cinematic twists. You've probably...

Activism vs. Organizing and the Politics of Accountability

I want to start by making it clear  that I am writing this piece because I am learning, unlearning, reading and educating myself. And in doing that, I have recognized a great deal about...

Rob Schneider’s Netflix special ‘Real Rob,’ disappoints

“Real Rob” is comedian Rob Schneider’s new Netflix special that feels more real than fake, with his wife Patricia Azarcoya Arce playing his wife in the mockumentary-style show. The show premiered Dec. 1 on...

Archaeological wonders of King Tut’s tomb recreated for exhibit

Premier Exhibitions, the company behind “Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition,” recently revealed its newest exhibit “The Discovery of King Tut,” which allows visitors to travel back in time and experience the unearthing of the...

Tisch MFA Alum Cenk Ertürk’s Journey to Tribeca

When Turkish immigrant Cenk Ertürk first set foot in the United States, he came with a dream of being a filmmaker despite having no formal education in the craft. Little did he know that...

‘Love, Death & Robots’ Is Good, Great and Forgettable

David Fincher helped bring Netflix’s popularity to new heights with the critically acclaimed “House of Cards,” one of the streaming service’s first big hits. He came back with a strong and innovative season one...
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