Bridging the gap between two cultures divergent in their expressions of love, “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is an Asian story told through American sensibilities.
A sense of seasoned and controlled expression of sorrow and disillusionment permeates the entire 37-minute record.
As SNL’s crucial 18-49 demographic becomes increasingly made up of Gen Z viewers, it faces another problem: it can’t seem to figure out what the new generation finds funny.
As Halloween approaches, hide under your covers and watch, read or listen to these horror stories that take you from the dark of the woods to a Manhattan cult.
With Halloween fast approaching, many of us find ourselves in the mood for a movie which — scary or not — reminds us of the holiday.
The team behind BFM considers it their primary goals to tackle food apartheid, address healthy living misconceptions and support local Black farmers. BFM works with farmers via a membership system to create a “community-centered space” where everyone can access affordable healthy food.
WXDU — Duke University’s student-run, non-commercial radio station — will host a Record Fair this Saturday, Oct. 22 at from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
As long as the public craves more true crime television, streaming services like Netflix will continue to deliver — even at the expense of the ones Dahmer hurt the most.
“See How They Run” seems to provide emphatic further proof that murder mysteries are making an impressive comeback in modern movies.
The days of the low budget, acting dependent, niche biographical film are long gone. Let me introduce the newest bankable genre: the biopic.
Not to say I wish to become her, but whenever I feel like the weight of growing up is almost too heavy to bear, I know I can always open “Neuromancer” and find that razorgirl who spits out her tears instead of shedding them.
In announcing the name of their newborn daughter, YouTube star Trisha Paytas has left fans divided once more.
Now, on her sophomore album “Hold the Girl,” Sawayama invites listeners to unpack their emotional baggage and leave it all on the dance floor.
To this challenge Krill has its own philosophy – aiming to present original flavors from Southeast Asia “with no boundaries.”
Finally, the public will be able to savor the fruits of all involved parties’ labor this week.
I could pretend that I’ve broken my cycle of desire, and that I’m one of those ascetic, holier-than-thou minimalists who don’t believe in owning silverware. But it’s all a lie. I will admit that I am, at my core, a very materialistic person.