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Arts & Entertainment

Does Instagram Poetry have a Purpose?

How writers fused a relationship between content and social media. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

'Yesterday' Falls Short of Beatles' Level Success

Without the magic of the Fab Four, the movie is far from fabulous.

by JULIA DAVIES

We Need Board Games Now, More than Ever

How the nostalgic colorful boards remain relevant in popular culture. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

For PennDesign's Newest Exhibit, Follow The Bees

These artists want you to think about climate change. 

by KARIN HANANEL

Spider-Man: Far From Home Is a Good Movie Limited by Its Own Universe

A solid Spidey film that buckles under the weight of the MCU.

by JESSICA BAO

New York City Center’s “Working: A Musical” Gives Voice to America’s Hidden Heroes

 The limited edition musical profiles a school teacher, a waitress, and a housewife with the care of a New York Times profile. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Season Eight of MTV’s “Are You The One?” is Sexy, Progressive, and Definitely Binge–Worthy

Season eight's sexually fluid cast means that anyone can love anyone—and drama will definitely ensue.

by SOPHIA SCHULZ-RUSNACKO

Lil Nas X's New EP Suggests that Country Trap is Just the Beginning

This isn't Lil Nas X's first rodeo, it's his second. 

by JULIA DAVIES

How HBO's "Euphoria" is Changing Television

A look at the show's use of controversiality for authenticity. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

A Golden Age for Women in Stand–Up Comedy

A woman's place is in the comedy club.

by JULIA DAVIES

We Went to Firefly, And You Should Too

A guide to the three–day weekend packed with performances and camping life–hacks. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

Movies @ The Mann: A Summer With Music and Movie Magic

Enjoy a live orchestra accompanying your favorite films.

by JESSICA BAO

Four Must–See Art Exhibitions In Philadelphia this Summer

Four Must–See Art Exhibitions In Philadelphia this Summer

by JULIA DAVIES

Lion Babe Roars at the World Cafe Live

The soulful duo breathes new life into bedroom pop on their latest tour.

by JULIA DAVIES

'Midsommar' and the Rise of Folk Horror

After 'Hereditary,' all eyes are on Ari Aster to see if he can do it again—this time with a different sub–genre. 

by SOPHIA SCHULZ-RUSNACKO

A Look at What’s Inside the Penn Book Center

From apocalyptic survival guides to infuriating children’s books, the Penn Book Center has a lot to offer.

by CHELSEY ZHU

Inside Penn Glee Club’s World Tour

9 Performances. 6 Collaborations. 5 Cities. 1 International Tour.

by LYNN AHRENS

Why We Need The Summer Playlist

How we use a collection of songs to soundtrack our warmest memories. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

P!nk Returns with a New Album and a New Mindset

On 'Hurts 2B Human:' P!nk Delivers a Predictable, but Powerful Album.

by JULIA DAVIES

The Drums Soak in the Experience at The Foundry

Jonny Pierce leads the New York–based group in a gleeful show. 

by NOA JETT

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