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Arts & Entertainment

'I is for Institute': The Institute of Contemporary Art's Interactive Digital Project

On exploring the past history, present mission, and future trajectory of art insitutions. 

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

Cherry Glazerr's 'Stuffed & Ready' Is Haunting In Its Honesty

Their new album is rich with visceral lyrics and guitar riffs.

by SAM KESLER

Celebrating the Innovation of Animated Movies

Animated films deserve the same respect as live–action ones—here's why.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

The Stand–Up Round–Up: The Best Netflix Comedian For You

Pick which Netflix comedy special you should binge–watch right now.

by LIZ KIM

Street x Sundance: 'Honey Boy'

Written by Shia Labeouf and starring FKA twigs, this tale of childhood abuse remains tragic despite a clichéd structure.

by NICK JOYNER

Meet the Band Behind Mask and Wig's Performances

Getting to know Mask and Wig’s musicians as they work their magic.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

The Death of the Director

In light of Bryan Singer's sexual assault allegations, how much should a film's director influence our perspective?

by ANNA COLLINS

Set It Off's 'Midnight' Is A Worthy Addition to the Pop Punk Catalog

Punchy riffs and catchy vocals may bring the band to pop punk fame.

by MELANNIE JAY

Predicting the 2019 Grammy Winners, from Lady Gaga to Kendrick Lamar

Street predicts the winners and losers of music’s biggest night.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN and BEATRICE FORMAN

‘Velvet Buzzsaw’: Horror Comedy at its Most Pretentious

 Netflix’s newest production bores.  

by SHANNON ZHANG

The Ted Bundy Tapes: Unrevolutionary, Sad, and Tiresome

This docuseries goes in–depth about Ted Bundy's story, but it's hardly anything new.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Celebrating Michel Legrand and Reflecting on the Nature of Film Music

Looking back at how movie scores have evolved over the past century. 

by TERESA XIE

'Akira': An Introduction to Anime

Why this gritty 1980s classic still holds up to this day. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

Your Guide to the 2019 Oscar–Nominated Shorts

Six of the 15 nominated short films are available to stream—here's how to watch them.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Yes, Gen–Z Really is Killing the Music Festival

 Sorry Billy Joel, we actually did start the Fyre. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Meet Professor Janice Lowe, The Multimedia Artist Blurring Lines Between Text and Sound

A professor's insight on her own work and the expansion of multi-media art as a whole. 

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

A Preliminary Guide to Summer 2019's Music Festivals

Get over your winter blues by planning which music festival you'll be at this summer.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

The Oscars' 'Best Popular Film' Award: Blurring the Lines Between Commercial and Artistic Success

How the effects of this scrapped award category ruined this year's Best Picture lineup. 

by ANNA COLLINS

The Mountain Goats Announce a Dungeons & Dragons–Inspired Album 'In League with Dragons'

Learn more about the genre the indie–rock band is calling 'dragon noir'.

by MELANNIE JAY

Street x Sundance: 'Adam' Review

'Transparent' producer Rhys Ernst delivers a queer comedy with tenderness and teaching moments in equal measure.

by NICK JOYNER

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