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Arts & Entertainment

Spotify Killed the Radio Star

What does the rise of streaming mean for artists and listeners?

by MEHREEN SYED

Discovering with Mom at Art Miami

I took my mom to Art Miami and this is what she liked

by DYLAN GROSSMANN

Tirzah Transcends Traditional Narratives on "trip9love…???"

On her most challenging album yet, Tirzah lets her music do all the talking.

by JAKE FALCONER

The Resurrection of Panchiko

The champions of the lost wave tour talk tour, streaming discourse, and their storied origins.

by HANNAH SUNG

Percy Jackson on Disney+

A childhood cultural phenomenon beyond the screen

by ERIN JEON

In Praise of Subtle Acting

Why Lily Gladstone Deserves Best Actress

by ERIN JEON

The Most Underrated Oscar Category

Short films are the backbone of the film industry.

by BEA HAMMAM

Benny the Butcher’s "Everybody Can’t Go" is Another Strong Performance

The rapper's new project shows even more advancement from his previous work.

by ANANYA VARSHNEYA

Anyone but You: The Return or Continued Lull of The Classic Rom-Com?

Does the modern revival of the rom–com remain “Unwritten”?

by CAITLYN IACCINO

Dune: Part Two Shows the Way

Dune Director Villeneuve is conquering new worlds amidst the action movie slump.

by AARON VISSER

Consumers Aren’t Dumb; They Are Deprived of Access.

Popularity and profitability in film are not in odds with artistic merits.

by FIONA HERZOG

From Stand–Up to Screen

Rachel Sennott defies conventions and champions authenticity, all in pursuit of comedic excellence.

by ERIN JEON

The Seattle Sound and Its Origins

What is the recipe for musical innovation? It’s not as glamorous as you might think.

by SOPHIA MIRABAL

Queering the Sad Girl

Melissa Broder's Novel "Milk Fed" is subverting the sad girl aesthetic. 

by MAYA GRUNSCHLAG

Putting Money Where Your Mic Is

Street's curated list of the best songs about money—a penny for our thoughts.

by JULIA FISCHER

Twisted Romance on Screen

'May December' and 'Saltburn' explore the gray zones between love and obsession.

by FIONA HERZOG

8 Nominations are Kenough

The Barbie Oscars outrage is amazing for the Oscars

by EMMA HALPER

Green Day Just Keeps Doing Pop Punk Right

Thirty years of Dookie, waterproof eyeliner, and the art of staying true

by SOPHIA MIRABAL

Holocaust Representation in "The Zone of Interest' "

Street discusses how Glazer's unconventional film techniques portray the Holocaust in a new horrific light.

by FIONA HERZOG and BEA HAMMAM

Painting Time

Decoding "Monet's Minutes" with art historian and professor André Dombrowski.

by DYLAN GROSSMANN

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