With this intriguing premise, “Hold the Dark” could have been a tightly focused thriller that used dramatic filmmaking techniques to tell a dangerous “man vs. wild” story. Instead, Saulnier delivered a dull and convoluted experience.
The MC finally returns with the long-awaited fifth chapter in the Carter franchise
Bahamas, whose birth name is Afie Jurvanen, swayed the sold out crowd with his banter about “Canadian-ness” and his favorite La Croix flavor.
Dalgleish and Soltani set the mood for the rest of the showcase with this photograph — a truthful representation of life and all its mundanities.
The eight member group delivers a psychedelic, avant-garde show as strange and unique as their music itself
The park, studded with inflated balloons marked “88,” featured various food trucks.
This project remains true to the connotations of a color-changing spectrum its name holds by offering a fresh perspective on the world and an intimate look into minds of the individuals that make up Brockhampton.
Colombian American musical newcomer Kali Uchis performed at Shrine Expo Hall on Friday.
Serenading a sold-out crowd for two hours on a crisp September night, the artist was in top form as he ran through hits both old and new, taking the time to interact with the crowd and provide backstories to some of his most popular songs.
“Sweat” follows a few friends who work in a small factory in Reading, Pa., one of the poorest towns in the country. The play jumps between 2000 and 2008, two different eras for the group.