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Arts & Entertainment

Against All Logic's '2012-2017' is a Legendary Work of Sampling

The album from Nicolas Jaar set a new standard for musical experimentation in EDM.

by PAUL LITWIN

The Quaker Notes "Cheers To Forty Years" Performance Highlights What Makes Them Special

A look at how the all–female acapella group spent their fortieth year singing at Penn. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

'In the Heights' and the Movie Musical

Movie musicals have received mixed reviews lately—will Lin–Manuel Miranda's latest film adaptation run into the same issues?

by ANNA COLLINS

Kevin Abstract pursues a new musical direction on 'ARIZONA baby'

The talented hip–hop/R&B artist bursts back onto the solo scene.

by PAUL LITWIN

Beck’s 'Saw Lightning': An Alternative Folk–Rock Conundrum

The ageless artist drops a new single for his upcoming album that swings and misses.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Frankie Cosmos Turns the Mundane into Magic on 'Haunted Items'

The DIY popstar looks to the everyday for inspiration in her new digital collection.

by JULIA DAVIES

'The Perfect Date' Reveals Noah Centineo's Bad Acting

A look at Centineo's acting through his three most popular romantic comedies. 

by ANA HALLMAN

Elle Fanning, 'Teen Spirit', and 'The Neon Demon': A Tale of Two Cinderellas

A look at Fanning’s neon–lit grasps for fame. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

On 'Cuz I Love You', Lizzo Turns Positivity into the Pop Album of the Year

 With dynamic one–liners and and punchy rhythms, the singer’s third album feels like a pep–talk. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Ranking Every Marvel Movie from Worst to Best

Know which Marvel movies to watch before 'Avengers: Endgame'

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Tame Impala Embraces Meaninglessness on "Borderline"

The psychedelic–pop group return to the form that made 'Currents' a hit.

by ALEC DRUGGAN

Best of the Best: Stephen King Adaptations

Five adaptations that the King would approve of. 

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Anime 101: Trying It Out

What's popular and what's worth your time. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

The Fate of the Never–Ending Sitcom

How long can our favorite comedies go on?  

by ANNA COLLINS

'The Rise of the Skywalker' Trailer: A Breakdown

Street breaks down the trailer for the last Star Wars movie in the new trilogy.

by ANNA COLLINS

How You Can Catch up on the Marvel Cinematic Universe Before 'Avengers: Endgame'

Whether you’re a casual fan, a MCU buff, or someone who has never seen a superhero movie before, here’s how you can get in on the hype. 

by JESSICA BAO

The Drums Hit Hard on Their New Album 'Brutalism'

Jonny Pierce's group takes the new–wave revival to pop heights.

by JOHNNY VITALE

'Unicorn Store': It Glitters, But It's Not Gold

A sparkly, sugar–coated, and underwhelming 92 minutes. 

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Why Taylor Swift’s Latest Marketing Ploy Is Pointless

 As the singer teases a new era, fans clamor to define it.  

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Artist of the Week: Hatchie

Harriette Pilbeam makes nostalgic indie pop for the modern era.

by SAM KESLER

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