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Arts & Entertainment

'Miracle Workers' Review: The Weirdest Show on Television

Surprise—Daniel Radcliffe is doing television now.

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Enjoy Hospital–Based Films with Social Commentary at Penn's Bioethics Film Festival

The festival, starting March 26, features free movies, free food, and thought–provoking discussions.

by ANA HALLMAN

The Cowboy Revival in Modern Music

This past year has seen the return of the cowboy in music, but it's not a title meant for just anyone. 

by JULIA DAVIES

Sitting Down with the Co–Ceos of Penn Fashion Week: Fashion Reimagined

Olivia Klein and Chrissy Walker share their experiences with exploring creative careers in the fashion industry.

by JESS ARATEN

'Five Feet Apart': Yet Another Story of the Bland and Lovesick

It's better than the 'Fault in Our Stars', but it still isn't great.

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Gorgeous and Gruesome, 'Climax' is More Than Its Trippy Premise

This stylish psychological thriller is a wild ride through a drug–induced hell.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Australian Bands To Be Listening To Right Now

These five groups from down under are all must–listens.

by SAM KESLER

Is Top Dawg Entertainment the Most Mismanaged Label in Hip–Hop?

This label has seen controversy and tension with its artists for far too long.

by PAUL LITWIN

Artist of The Week: RFA

Meet RFA—masters of friendship and rock’n'roll, among other things

by BEATRICE FORMAN

I Outgrew My Local Scene and You Will Too

Old punks never die; they just stand in the back.

by MELANNIE JAY

Kevin Morby Releases Single "No Halo," Announces New Double LP 'Oh My God'

The folk rocker will be stopping in Philly at Union Transfer on June 2. 

by JOHNNY VITALE

‘Captive State’: What in the World is Going On?

How not to captivate an audience. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

Solange's 'When I Get Home' is a Beautiful Construction that Lacks a Thesis

Solange's most recent album makes an artistic statement, but leans on abstraction.

by TERESA XIE

2019 Spring Fling Concert Will Feature Miguel and J.I.D, SPEC Announces

The 2019 Spring Fling Concert will be held on Saturday, April 13 in Penn Park. 

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Season Three of 'Queer Eye' is More Inspirational Than Ever

The Fab Five is back with their signature advice and charm.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

The Value of Taking an Art Class at Penn

An art class could be just what your schedule—and inner artist—is missing.

by TARA O'BRIEN

The Evolution of Kelly Clarkson

There will never be another "Since U Been Gone" — and that's for the best.

by MELANNIE JAY

The Problems with Live–Action Film Renditions of Video Games

Maybe Sonic shouldn’t be welcomed into our world.

by SHANNON ZHANG

'Captain Marvel': A Promising Prototype

One small step for Captain Marvel, one giant leap for Marvel–kind.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Sigrid Explodes into the Pop Scene with Her Debut Album

Spoiler alert: she may have written 2019’s greatest breakup banger.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

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