March 29, 2017

Posts from "Arts & Entertainment"

  • Arts & Entertainment | Nov.03, 2016

    The Winning Formula: Dr. Strange Lands as Latest Marvel Hit

    by Michael Welch ’17 A&E Staff The reviews are in: Dr. Strange is another Marvel success story. The film comes out Nov. 4, but Marvel released it early to critics because they were confident in their patented Marvel formula. This…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.27, 2016

    Beach Boys Album Turns 50

    by Joe Clancy `18 A&E Staff In 1966, it seemed as if the British Invasion had permanent rule over the United States, as bands such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and the Kinks, who all hailed from the United…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.27, 2016

    Wolverine: Logan Trailer Drops

    by Michael Welch ’17 A&E Staff “I’ve got three words for you guys: Old Man Logan.” That’s how the one and only actor to play Wolverine, Hugh Jackman, teased his upcoming final film in Wolverine’s X-Men franchise. After months of…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.27, 2016

    A Truly Alternative Music Festival

    by Alexis Jais ’18 A&E Staff Earlier this month, a music festival unlike any other took place in Berlin for two relatively confusing days of all-genre-inclusive, independent, live music performances. In a time when huge music festivals, Lollapalooza, Coachella, Mad…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.26, 2016

    Chainsmokers Drop New EP

        by Luiza Alves `19 A&E Staff   In 1966, it seemed as if the British Invasion had permanent rule over the United States, as bands such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and the Kinks, who all hailed…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.20, 2016

    Everett Stage School Improv

    by Alexis Jais ’18 A&E Staff This past Friday, October 14, I attended a live improv event at the Everett Stage School in Providence. The performance, entitled Friday Night Live, a spin-off of Saturday Night Live, was comprised of a…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.20, 2016

    A&E Abroad

    by Elizabeth Jancsy ’18 A&E Staff What did the theatre arts and English major do when she crossed the pond? She went to the Globe Theatre of course. It should come as no surprise that, upon my arrival in London,…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.20, 2016

    Halloween in Salem

    by Blaine Payer ’18 A&E Staff I’ll admit it, when it comes to the Halloween season I turn into a grade-A dork, so naturally when my girlfriend said that she wanted to take a day trip up to Salem, Massachusettes…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.20, 2016

    Bob Dylan Wins Nobel Prize

    by Joe Clancy ’18 A&E Staff So much has been written and said about Bob Dylan that it is hard to say anything that has not already been covered extensively. That was the standard until this week when Dylan was…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.20, 2016

    Separating Directors From Film

    by Kerry Torpey ’20 A&E Staff “You have to separate the art from the artist.” This is a phrase that has spread like wildfire throughout the media as a result of the controversy surrounding Nate Parker, star and director of…

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