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Arts & Entertainment

Oscar Nominations: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises

Street's analysis of the Academy's choices for 2019

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Vulnerability Shines on Sharon Van Etten’s 'Remind Me Tomorrow'

The singer sheds her acoustics for a rawer, realer sound. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

The Stars Align with Maggie Rogers' 'Heard It In A Past Life'

With her first studio album, Maggie Rogers proves herself to be a bright new talent. 

by SAM KESLER

Where Have All The Albums Gone?

Frequent EP and single releases and constant tours threaten to replace the usual album cycle.

by MELANNIE JAY

Must–See Bollywood Movies to Start Your Exploration of Foreign Films

Intoxicatingly bright and bold, here are some classics you didn't know you were into until now.

by SHRIYA BEESAM

'On The Basis of Sex'—Accurate, Sentimental and Necessary

The inspiring, true RBG origin story you need to watch. 

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Live Music Near Campus to Make You Feel Alive

We love you Kweder, but it's time to branch out.

by SHUNMEL SYAU

'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'—Unsettlingly Perfect

Bright, loud, and full of fake sentimentality, 'Mrs. Maisel' finds a way to ruin relevancy with a joke. 

by SHRIYA BEESAM

What You Missed Over Break: A Film and TV Breakdown

Here are all the noteworthy new movies, shows, and Netflix content for you to catch up on.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Three Artists that Need to Drop an Album in 2019

Picking the stars that are long overdue for a new release.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

‘The Upside’ Could Be Better—and It Is

  Just because it’s in English doesn’t mean it’s good. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

What to Read After Finishing Michelle Obama's 'Becoming'

Still craving inspiration from some kick ass women in politics? Street’s got you covered. 

by KARIN HANANEL

7 COLORS Performances You Have to Watch

This unique youtube channel showcases artists at their most stylized.

by TERESA XIE

‘Mary, Queen of Scots’, ‘The Favourite’, and Faux-Feminism

Which depiction of royalty wins out this awards season?

by ANNA COLLINS

At Once Intimate and Expansive, 'Roma' is a Cinematic Marvel

Alfonso Cuarón’s virtuosic hand touches every part of this semi-autobiographical portrait.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Redefining Childhood: How JoJo’s Rereleased Debut Holds Up 15 Years Later

2004 called. It wants its sound back.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Photography In Crisis: Slought's Newest Exhibit on Cultural Collaboration

This narrative photography exhibition captures the essence of crisis in Greece through the collaborative efforts of artists from the Depression Era Project. 

by ANJALEE BHUYAN

Paul Philippe Cret: The Penn Professor Behind Iconic Philly Landmarks

Thirty–four years of teaching at Penn and innovative projects have left an enduring mark on the architectural fabric of the city.

by XINYI WAN

Prog Rock Band Kindo Reigns Over a West Philly House Show

The 7-piece prog rock band crammed their instruments into a basement for an intimate and high-energy performance.

by MELANNIE JAY

Year in Review: Street's Top Movies, TV Shows, Albums, and Books from 2018

What Street writers and editors couldn't get enough of this year.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

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