The popularly acclaimed book, The Hunger Games, comes to life on the big screen with impeccable performances and brilliant direction.
If the lines of racial oppression were unclear before, after Voices from the Black Diaspora, they blurred even more. This past Saturday at the McClintock Theater, the latest Visions and Voices event explored the diverse narratives arising from Australia, America, and England, unifying varying experiences of black oppression while distinguishing differences in culture. Typically, the […]
Avant-garde rapper Wale entices listeners with honest lyrics and ominous beats in his latest album Ambition.
Canadian pop and R&B singer Justin Bieber’s new album Under the Mistletoe is an uneven assemblage of holiday-themed songs.
The California Science Center’s latest IMAX film, Flying Monsters 3-D, contains stunning visuals and an engaging script.
Mixing different tastes and influences, Australian band Little Red creates a diverse record sure to please listeners of all types.
Though Afropolitan presents sundry tastes, the CD flows well and avoids disjunction.
Heartbeats and Brainwaves is Electric Six’s latest endeavor, a work that doesn’t do justice or humiliate, but merely basks in mediocrity.
Evanescence falls short of the thrill and innovation of Amy Lee’s former hits, and even seems to mimic older projects.
When revolutionary filmmaker John Waters strode into Norris Cinema Theatre on Friday night to introduce the screening of his most well-known film, Pink Flamingos, he quickly and determinedly grabbed one of the fliers bearing his image and the words “An Evening with John Waters” in gaudy colors and slipped it into his bag. The Visions […]