Arts & Entertainment

Top Five Festival Acts To Catch This Summer

Don't miss these five acts this festival season.

by ISABELLA FERTEL

Parquet Courts Takes a Political Stand in Newest Album

You can listen to 'Wide Awake!'—an open rejection of modern materialism—live at Union Transfer on Friday. 

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

‘The Gospel According to André:’ Inside the Life of Fashion Icon André Leon Talley

Don't think you know all about the “Nelson Mandela of couture” just because you've seen him on America's Next Top Model. 

by RILEY WAGNER

The Fratellis' Newest Album is a Breath of Fresh Air

'In Your Own Sweet Time,' though radically different from the band's previous four albums, hits all the right chords. 

by JULIE COLEMAN

In Defense of Opening Acts

Want to find new music? Get there early.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

'beerbongs & bentleys' Is Post Malone at His Best (and Worst)

The rapper's new album is all over the place, but I loved it anyway.

by ANGELA LIN

The Definitive Ranking of Every Arctic Monkeys Album

Regardless of whether you care more about the music or Alex Turner's hair, there's one obvious winner. 

by ANGELA LIN

What’s Wrong With The New Rita Ora Song 'Girls'?

The so–called “bisexual anthem” is actually as ignorant as it gets.

by ISABELLA FERTEL

New Music to Start Your Summer

Skip Spotify's 'Hit Rewind', and check out these fresh releases.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Review: ‘Deadpool 2’ is Actually a Pretty Good Sequel

  If you liked ‘Deadpool,’ get ready for another MARVELous time.  

by RILEY WAGNER

May Xiao's Illustrations Balance Art and Tech

The young designer, who draws inspiration from urban landscapes, bridges the gap between art and graphic design.

by MARGARET ZHANG

Can't–Miss Rock Concerts in Philly This Summer

Check out Street's picks for a perfect end to a hot Philly day. 

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Street’s Summer Netflix Picks

Get yourself in that summer–loving mood.

by RILEY WAGNER

‘RBG’ Documents the Life of an Actual Superhero

The documentary goes beyond Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s career, peering into her upbringing, marriage, and dissent–collar closet. 

by CAT DRAGOI

A Cold Shower in Early Spring: Visiting the Fine Arts Senior Thesis Show

Student artists showcased their work and talked about next steps. 

by SARA MERICAN

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