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Arts & Entertainment

Two White Horses

When music becomes memory...

by WALDEN GREEN

It's Time to Reform Award Shows

Ratings have reached new lows. Nominees are boycotting. Are award shows over?

by EVAN QIANG

Disney's 'Cruella' is Full of Flair, but Fails to Pack a Punch

Cruella starts with a bang but fizzles at the end.

by PEYTON TOUPS

Japanese Breakfast’s “Jubilee” is About so Much More Than Joy

With her third record, Michelle Zauner claims her rightful place at the forefront of modern indie rock.

by WALDEN GREEN

On “Un Canto por Mexico, Vol. 2" Natalia Lafourcade Pays Tribute to Personal and National History

Lafourcade celebrates Mexico's rich culture by covering some of the country's most popular folk songs. 

by EVAN QIANG

Olivia Rodrigo's "SOUR" is Full of Breakup Anthems for Every Generation

The response to Olivia Rodrigo's debut album is a testament to her universal, enduring appeal. 

by EMILY MOON

CHAI Has 20/20 Vision on WINK

Despite drawing on new influences, the quartet never loses its focus on bubblegum pop.

by EVAN QIANG

Saturday Night Live's Season Finale is an Ode to its Messiest Moments

The show’s 46th season finale felt like a goodbye to a chaotic season and the pandemic that caused it.

by WALDEN GREEN

Know Your Daddy, Her Name is St. Vincent

St. Vincent has always toed the line between what is real and what is fake. Daddy’s Home is her realest fake record yet.

by PEYTON TOUPS

J. Cole Never Stops Working, Even When it's 'The Off–Season'

J. Cole offers a distinctive vantage point of rap music, but he's still trying to perfect the view.

by EMILY MOON

The Many Faces of Onika Tanya Maraj

To celebrate the re–release of ‘Beam Me Up Scotty,’ we're rounding up Nicki Minaj’s most underrated tracks.

by WALDEN GREEN

Jorja Smith Dissects the Heart on 'Be Right Back'

In this follow–up to her impressive debut album, Smith dives deeper into the intricacies of love.

by EVAN QIANG

Lose Yourself in Spirit of the Beehive’s 'ENTERTAINMENT, DEATH'

The Philly band's consistently unpredictable new record is part acid trip, part nostalgia trip.

by WALDEN GREEN

‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ is Just as Magical as the Original

Improved vocals and production make the first of Swift's re–recorded albums a success. 

by EVAN QIANG

Basside’s New EP is a Fitting Tribute to the Late SOPHIE

‘FUCK IT UP’ reminds us how unbridled, carefree, and raunchy the producer’s music could be.

by WALDEN GREEN

HBO Max's 'Made For Love' Explores A New Side of Relationships

What would happen if 'Toxic' by Britney Spears was the soundtrack to '1984' by George Orwell?

by ARIELLE STANGER

Binged 'This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist'? Check Out These Recommendations

How to satisfy your art crime craving after finishing the groundbreaking limited series

by JESSA GLASSMAN

The Songs We Can't Wait to Hear in Clubs

Here are Street's top bangers to blast once clubs open up again.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

'Shiva Baby' Encapsulates Chaotic Jewish Family Events

Six degrees of separation? In the Jewish world, it's more like two.

by ARIELLE STANGER

The Barnes Foundation's Soutine/de Kooning Exhibit is an Ode to Connectivity and Dialogue.

The careful curation of works from Chaim Soutine and Willem De Kooning shows us how to stay connected in an era marked by separation.

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

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