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Arts & Entertainment

Angel Olsen Brings 'All Mirrors' to the Franklin Music Hall

The album was full of grandeur, but that feeling was severely lacking at her Halloween show.

by SAM KESLER

My Top Five Weird Finds at This Year's West Philly Artists Yard Sale

Local artists cleared their studios out at Black Hound Clay Studio's yard sale event on Oct. 27, and they did not disappoint.

by LAYLA MURPHY

What the Break–ups of Philly's Biggest Emo Bands Means for the Scene

With mewithoutYou, Modern Baseball, and Balance and Composure gone, who is left to take their place?

by MELANNIE JAY

'The Lighthouse' is an Amazing Descent into Madness

Robert Eggers, director of The Witch, returns with another oppressive thriller. 

by ANNA COLLINS

Onda Latina’s 'In Theaters Now': Sexy, Professional, and Larger–Than–Life

Penn's premier Latin dance troupe stunned audiences on the weekend of Nov. 1 with an upbeat and thematically cohesive show.

by AVERY JOHNSTON

Julia Jacklin is Being Herself and 'Crushing' It

The Australian singer–songwriter doesn't want to be politicized just because she's a woman.

by JULIA DAVIES

We Don't Need an All—Girls Marvel Movie

Marvel should develop its female characters organically, rather than carelessly throwing them into a movie together.

by ANNA COLLINS

America is Tired of Singing Competitions

Why the novelty of reality singing competition shows has declined in the past decade. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

We Need Fall Music To Bring Warmth To Our Lives

How the coffeehouse genre provides us with a soundtrack for autumn. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

'Notorious RBG': A New Exhibit at the NMAJH Dedicated to the Iconic Supreme Court Justice

The exhibit takes you through the incredible life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

by ANYA TULLMAN

Killjoy's Kastle: More Than Just A 'Lesbian Feminist Haunted House'

The exhibit, which showed in Philly through the Halloween season, reclaims a fundamentalist Christian tradition to explore our current politics surrounding gender and sexuality.

by QUINN ROBINSON

Rex Orange County Is More Confused Than Ever on 'Pony'

The artist's third studio album demonstrates a maturity through the acceptance of the unknown. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

Sleater–Kinney Takes the Riot Grrrl Renaissance To the Fillmore

Even without longtime drummer Janet Weiss, the band is as loud, fast, and angry as ever.

by MELANNIE JAY

'The King': A Peculiar Adaptation of A Shakespeare Classic

Despite Timothée Chalamet's fame, this film can't quite escape the shadow of its own source material.

by ANNA COLLINS

Melanie Martinez Captivates Her Audience at The Fillmore

The alt–pop singer performed in Philadelphia on Oct. 30.

by JULIA ESPOSITO

Jay Som is a Well–Oiled Machine at The Foundry

Hot off the release of 'Anak Ko,' the group hasn't lost their original charm.

by SAM KESLER

Deeply Emotional and Real, ‘Modern Love’ Reminds Us What True Love Really Is

Amazon Prime’s eight–episode anthology series runs the gamut of human emotion.

by JONAH CHARLTON

Vancouver Sleep Clinic Turns Sorrow Into A Dream on 'Onwards to Zion'

Tim Bettinson's sophomore album provides a clear vision of love and lethargy. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

‘Rent’ 20th Anniversary Tour: A Powerful Live Musical Experience

Returning to the Merriam Theatre from a sold–out show in March, the Rent 20th Anniversary Tour was a beautiful reminder that Penn students should take advantage of Philly’s live musical scene. 

by JESSICA BAO

The My Chemical Romance Reunion: What You Need To Know

Since the band's breakup in 2013, emo fans have eagerly awaited this day.

by MELANNIE JAY

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