Arts & Entertainment

CaffeiNations: A Celebration of Coffee Around the World

How your average cup of joe is not just a café staple but a cultural staple, too.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

The Top 5 TV Shows About Music

Street presents a roundup of musically–inclined shows you should be watching next.

by SRINIDHI RAMAKRISHNA

'Suspiria' Delivers Highbrow Horror That Fails to Entertain

 Luca Guadagnino's remake is beautiful but exhausting. 

by JAMES MORRISON

The Routes of Slavery: A Musical Memoir Made To Last

Representation of a community's resilience in the face of cruelty.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

Concert Review: Billie Eilish Belongs to Teenaged Girls

Her sold–out Nov. 4 show at Union Transfer bathed the crowd in explosive emotion.

by JAMIE GOBRESKI

Stop Remaking Old Disney Films

How nostalgia seeps from the big screen to other parts of our lives

by SOPHIA DUROSE

'An Elephant Sitting Still': A Four–Hour Masterpiece Leaving a Lifelong Impact

This Chinese film, directed by Bo Hu who died by suicide after filming, has left me in an emotional wreck.

by CHRISTY QIU

From Poetry to Performance with the Excelano Project

A behind the scenes look at the Excelano Project's upcoming spoken poetry show, Entropy.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

These 10 Films are the Best of the Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival

Tune into these films showing at Philadelphia's first ever film festival, running from November 3 – November 18.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Using Film to Bridge the Gap Between Students and Refugees

Penn FilmAid brought students out of the "Penn Bubble" by hosting an event with Loung Ung, former child soldier and refugee.

by RANIA ZAKARIA

The Penn Museum Brings a Personal Touch to Artifacts with Global Guides

They add a personal touch to explaining the artifacts from their own countries. 

by XINYI WAN

Explore the Universality of Flavor with Netflix’s ‘Salt Fat Acid Heat’

This charming docuseries is an adventurous home cook’s dream.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

The da Vinci Drawings: Professor Olin's Archival Sketches

He's designed places from Bryant Park to the Washington Monument. 

by XINYI WAN

Is Anime the new Kung Fu in Hip Hop?

Looking at the history and parallels of references to Japanese animation and martial arts in hip hop music.

by ALEKSEI KURYLA

SAS Truly Presented "Friends" at their Cultural Show This Weekend

A celebration of culture, talent, and community with the South Asian Society.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

My Mother, Music, and Me

From the stack of vinyl records to the front of the pit, a shoutout for my favorite concert buddy.

by MELANNIE JAY

Netflix's 'The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' is Horrifyingly Fun

If you're looking for a fall show that combines dark witchcraft with teenage angst, this show may be right up your alley.

by CLAIRE OCHROCH

2018: 50 Years of 'Space Odyssey' at the Franklin Institute

For November, the Franklin Institute is screening the classic film that transformed science fiction.

by SHANNON ZHANG

'Heathers' Reboot is Awkward and Tone–Deaf

Paramount’s reboot of the 1989 classic fails where many high school shows do.

by ANNA COLLINS

What to See on Campus This November

Performing arts groups, a Grammy winning artist, dancers, and so much more.

by SHERRY TSENG

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