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Month: April 2021

Manohla Dargis Proves That Film Criticism Is Still Relevant

If I were to brainstorm a list of the most prominent working film critics, Manohla Dargis of The New York Times would be right at the top. In the male-dominated world of film and criticism, the rare female critic, whose…

The Coronavirus And The Music Industry– What Now?

In March of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdown changed the world as we knew it. By the end of the year, over 114 million people were out of a job. Quarantines, travel restrictions, and limitations on social gatherings…

How Virtual Concerts Have Made A Comeback During COVID

The impact of COVID has pushed artists like Justin Bieber, Bad Bunny, and K-Pop group, BTS, to utilize new creative formats to connect and engage with fans.    March 11th, 2021, officially marked one year since COVID-19 was declared a…

Justin Bieber ‘Justice’ Album Review

Justin Bieber’s sixth studio album, Justice, explores a new pop landscape. The highly anticipated album was released on March 19th and it did not disappoint. After spending the past year in the studio perfecting his album, Bieber made sure that…

What’s The Buzz? Week of March 29th

WHAT’S THE BUZZ? WEEK OF MARCH 29TH To close out the week of March 29th, here’s a round up of the top entertainment stories! JUSTIN BIEBER ‘JUSTICE’ DELUXE Justin Bieber released the deluxe version of his 6th studio album Justice….

Housing Considerations When Moving to Los Angeles

By: Emily Bunn In Los Angeles, homelessness runs rampant along the streets that are advertised to grant fame and fortune to its residents. The rise of the homelessness epidemic is centered in LA, where homeless encampments have begun to swallow…

Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal Review

By: Emily Bunn Chris Smith’s production of Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal lended an insightful eye into the wealth gap inequalities that permeates the American higher education system. Smith’s documentary focused mostly on Rick Singer, the mastermind behind…

COVID-19 Dimmed Broadway Lights, But Theaters Like Greater Boston Stage Company Keep Art Alive

On a chaotic Thursday in March 2020, Tyler Rosati and staff at Greater Boston Stage Company closed down their opening night performance after discussions around coronavirus. The team planned only to pause things for a couple of weeks. The theatre…

Olivia Rodrigo Explores Playful Frustration In “deja vu”

Olivia Rodrigo takes her driving skills to the beach in her psychedelic and energetic new song, “deja vu.” This fresh new track comes after the wide-ranged success of the 18-year-old artist’s breakthrough single, “Driver’s License.” Like “Driver’s License,” Rodrigo’s recent single…

What’s The Buzz? Week of April 5th

Kim Kardashian is now officially a billionaire Kim reaches this tremendous landmark thanks to her KKW Beauty line and her SKIMS apparel. Kaitlyn Jenner considers running for California State Governor  It has been confirmed that the 1976 Olympian may run…

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