Castle returns with heavy premiere

The past two Mondays marked the traditional two-part premiere of the not-so-procedural dramedy cop show “Castle.” Answering a question left unresolved at the end of season six episode “Disciple,” this two-parter — “Resurrection,” last...

Bieber discovers his ‘Purpose’ in new album

The past couple years have been a rollercoaster for Justin Bieber, to say the least. Egged houses, a DUI arrest and other party boy antics have all led to intense backlash for Bieber. But...

Doc makes cartoons ‘Very Semi-Serious’

The documentary “Very Semi-Serious,” directed by Leah Wolchok, opens with a clever montage in which cartoons making fun of the city are interspersed with shots of the places they’re mocking. This sets the stage...

Though Star-Studded, ‘Dry Powder’ Barely Ignites

There has been much anticipation surrounding the release “Dry Powder,” a play with a star-studded cast that includes John Krasinski and Claire Danes. Even before the first preview performance, the production was extended until...

Director, star actor discuss NYC film

“Listen Up Philip,” the third feature from writer-director Alex Ross Perry, has all the makings of an indie hit. The film deals with the many mishaps of Philip, a semi-successful writer living in New...

‘Ender’s Game’ return shows early promise

The popular sci-fi novel "Ender's Game" will be turned into a feature film and released next November.

Music you missed while we were gone

Here are some great albums you may have missed over break.

EXCLUSIVE: Oscars format changes to ‘Saw’-esque fight for survival

To increase ratings, the 86th Academy Awards will have its nominees in all categories participate in a fight for survival reminiscent of the “Saw” film series.

Exhibit offers urban solutions

The Museum of Modern Art’s latest project is not just modern — it is futuristic. “Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities,” which opened Nov. 22, is a display of creativity concentrating on overpopulation...

Upcoming films demonstrate versatility, excitement

With the new year comes a new batch of films for moviegoers to enjoy. The 2015 lineup includes exciting releases that run the gamut of genres. There is no shortage of sequels to hit theaters...

What to see at the New York Comedy Festival

Watch Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump duke it out in a comedic sketch performed by comedians Anthony Atamanuik and James Adomian at the Bell House on Wednesday. This event is just one of the...

Gibbard’s solo album derivative but worthy

Ben Gibbard's "Former Lives" is better than much of his former life with Death Cab for Cutie.
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