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TV shows lack antiheroines

By Zack Grullon, Staff Writer November 6, 2014
In a TV landscape dominated by male antiheroes, where are all the antiheroines?
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Female-led comedies fail Bechdel Test

By Audrey Deng, Staff Writer November 6, 2014
Female-led comedies are failing the Bechdel Test
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“Girls” proves Lena Dunham one of TV’s true feminists

By Mary Ann Odete, Contributing Writer November 6, 2014
Always one of the most outwardly feminist shows on air, "Girls" depicts real women
Female comedians challenge gender stereotypes

Female comedians challenge gender stereotypes

By Talia Milavetz, Contributing Writer November 6, 2014
Female comedians are challenging stereotypes for women
Josh Faught utilizes a variety of media in his latest exhibit.

Exhibit features personal sculptures

By Talia Milavetz, Contributing Writer November 4, 2014
Josh Faught's new show of textile sculptures at the Lisa Cooley Gallery is uniquely personal.
Previously on view in London, the show is now at the MoMA.

Show explores Matisse’s creative jolt

By Henry Choa, Contributing Writer October 30, 2014
MoMA's "Cut-Outs" exhibition reflects Henri Matisse's energy and passion
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Gallery art inspired by flowers

By Audrey Deng, Staff Writer October 30, 2014
"The Floral Ghost" showcases art that reflects the ephemerality of plants and flowers
Chris Ofili's new show,

Exhibit proves shocking, thrilling

By Alex Greenberger, Arts Editor October 29, 2014

“Chris Ofili: Night and Day,” the New Museum’s retrospective of the controversial British artist, opens with a shock to the system, the kind that makes it easy to forget that the rest of the exhibition...

Wyatt Cenac recently released a Netflix stand-up special  on Oct. 21.

Cenac reveals passion for city in Netflix special

By Zach Martin, Contributing Writer October 23, 2014
Stand-up comedian Wyatt Cenac parodies gentrification in Brooklyn in a new special
MoMA PS1 showcases experimental, electronic music

MoMA PS1 showcases experimental, electronic music

By Ife Olujobi, Entertainment Editor October 22, 2014

New Amsterdam Records described “Sound / Source,” an event held at Museum of Modern Art PS1 on Oct. 19, as a “day-long electronic music festival” on its website, but, contrary to the image that...

Kabam previews exciting video game apps

Kabam previews exciting video game apps

By Mary Ann Odete, Contributing Writer October 20, 2014
Kabam Media previews slate of new games for Marvel, "Lord of the Rings" and more.
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MoMA exhibits artist’s worldview

By Jack Barker, Contributing Writer October 8, 2014
MoMA showcases Robert Gober's thought-provoking work in a new retrospective