Arts & Entertainment

Inside Kelly Writer's House: Slam Poetry with Gabriel Ramirez and Kassidi Jones

Summoning poetry to life with guest speakers and friendship.

by ELIZABETH LEMIEUX

'Game Night' is Funny For All the Wrong Reasons

Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams star in a redundant trip–wire comic thriller.

by SOPHIE XI

Netflix's ‘American Vandal’ is Everything a Mockumentary Should Be

The Netflix true crime satire turns a ridiculous premise into a surprisingly engaging show.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Under the Covers 2: James Taylor and The Kinks

When it comes to remaking old classics, Street's got you covered.

by CHRIS TROOP

Album Review: Triathalon's 'Online' Does Vaporwave Right

Hate the genre, love the artist.

by CHRIS TROOP

A Rundown of Netflix’s March Additions

Prepare for premiering and returning Netflix originals, feature films, and documentaries.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Promotional Techniques Get Weird for Smaller Artists

Artists gain traction with MILF contests and sex tapes.

by NATALIA JOSEPH

What makes Netflix's Terrace House the Only Real Reality TV Show?

The show is subtle, surprisingly deep, and definitely not normal.

by ANA WEST

The Influence of Anime References in Mainstream Rap

The unlikely marriage of Dragon Ball Z and some of your favorite artists.

by CHRIS TROOP

Up–and–coming Feminist Singer Ella Vos on Motherhood and Music

The singer–songwriter spoke to Street about performing, her creative process, and #MeToo.

by ISABELLA SIMONETTI

Against All Logic: In Defense of House

How one album taught me to love a genre that I have buried in prejudice. 

by HOLDEN CAPLAN

Review: ‘Thoroughbreds’ AKA the Art of Being a Sociopath

Don’t expect much from the new teen–drama, which is just as flashy and empty as its two main characters. 

by CAT DRAGOI

Seeing Double: Grad Students Present "Double Vision"

An exhibit on technology, surveillance, and self–perception

by SHERRY TSENG

DJ Khaled: Deserving His Success

The record producer is quietly one of the smartest figures in the music industry.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Why SNL is Actually Terrible

Live from New York: mediocre humor, sprinkled with all kinds of hatred.

by AVNEET RANDHAWA

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