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Arts & Entertainment

A Conversation with Corey Flood, Penn's Favorite Basement Rockers

How the Philly trio went from a Ween cover band to playing Union Transfer.

by SAM KESLER

Five Movies to Watch Over Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving at the multiplex can get overwhelming. We're here to help.

by JONAH CHARLTON

'Ford v. Ferrari' is More Than Just a Racing Movie

Don't care about cars? Don't worry—Matt Damon and Christian Bale make this movie worth a watch.

by ANNA COLLINS

Gus Dapperton Brings Youthful Energy to Union Transfer

Growing up is hard; Gus Dapperton is singing through it.

by JULIA DAVIES

Instrumental Metal is the Study Music You Didn't Know You Needed

Complex guitar riffs and a driving beat to keep you engaged, but not distracted.

by MELANNIE JAY

Disney+ and the Power of Nostalgia

Disney is cashing in on the classics of your childhood.

by ANNA COLLINS

When Climate Change Meets Contemporary Art

These contemporary artists are visualizing the real effects of climate change.

by REMA HORT

'Designs for Different Futures' at the PMA: Making Art in the Time of Climate Change

The latest special exhibition considers the ways art and technology interact with climate change. 

by TSEMONE OGBEMI

Bikini Kill Is Back

A look back at the careers of these riot grrrl icons as they announce their first tour in over 20 years.

by MELANNIE JAY

Hotel of the Laughing Tree Offers Something for Everyone

These Long Island rockers and their DIY ethic appeal to fans of every genre.

by MELANNIE JAY

Get to Know Vegyn, Experimental Music Artist and Frank Ocean Collaborator

With the release of his latest album, 'Only Diamonds Cut Diamonds,' Vegyn is creating inventive beats on his own.

by JULIA DAVIES

Up–And–Comer Matt Maeson Enchants Fans at the Foundry

The Virginia–based alternative singer performed a mesmerizing show.

by JULIA ESPOSITO

Why Are Dystopian Authors Making a Return to the Worlds They Created?

Margaret Atwood and Suzanne Collins have recently come back with additions to their most well–known works. What are they trying to tell us about the world we're living in?

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Jessie Ware Gets Back in Her Groove With 'Mirage (Don't Stop)'

The U.K. pop star is making music on her own terms.

by ALEC DRUGGAN

HANA Shows Off A Clear Vision on Her Debut Album

The pop newcomer recorded her album live on Twitch over four weeks.

by PEYTON TOUPS

Frank Ocean is Staging a Strong Return with Two New Singles

The artist behind 'Blonde' and 'Channel Orange' returns with "DHL" and "In My Room."

by JULIA DAVIES

Cynthia Erivo Shines in ‘Harriet’

Erivo’s depiction of Harriet Tubman came with controversy, but helps to keep a middling movie afloat.

by JONAH CHARLTON

'Come From Away' Is As Emotionally and Politically Poignant As Ever

On its tour across the country, this Tony–winning musical about the aftermath of 9/11 reminds us how important it is to allow ourselves to feel.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

Clairo Brought 'Immunity' To Life At Union Transfer

The artist fleshed out the themes of young love captured in her debut album. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

'MAGDALENE' is FKA twigs' Most Accessible Album Yet

Her sophomore album reflects on overcoming pain in life and love.

by TERESA XIE

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