March 24, 2017

Posts from "Arts & Entertainment"

  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.02, 2017

    Celebrating Film in Dramatic Fashion

      By Joe Clancy `18 A&E Staff   “And the winner is…,” well, that is a good question. This Sunday, February 26, the audience of the 89th Academy Awards heard that phrase a lot, in fact, one too many times.…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.02, 2017

    French Films Come to Providence

      Brigid Walshe `19 A&E Staff   French cinema has been creating quite a buzz in the film industry recently with French actress Isabelle Huppert winning a Golden Globe for her performance in Elle, a performance she received an Academy…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.02, 2017

    ‘Hidden Figures’ Finally at the Forefront

      By Kerry Torpey `19 A&E Staff   In front of a room of Hollywood elites and over 32 million viewers worldwide, 98-year-old Katherine Johnson took center stage. Almost immediately, the crowd rose to give her a standing ovation. Called…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.02, 2017

    Jordan Peele: So Versatile It’s Scary

      By Michael Welch `17 A&E Staff   Get Out has eclipsed Lego Batman as the top movie at the box office in its opening weekend. The film takes cues from the horror, thriller, and comedy genres to address themes…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.02, 2017

    Let’s Rant: An Entertainer’s Place in Politics

      By Ryan Cox `18 A&E Staff   We live in a world of constant political opinions. Media outlets are saturated with political rhetoric and analysis, and this often spills over into the various branches of the entertainment industry. While…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.02, 2017

    This is…Suspenseful

      By Elizabeth Jancsy `18 A&E Staff   One of the most talked about shows this season is slowly coming to a close, as fans brace themselves for the upcoming season finale of This Is Us on NBC. The network’s…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.16, 2017

    Always Welcome to Sing

        By Patrick Lovett A&E Co-Editor   As a chorus of voices that are singular yet in harmony, unique and still complimentary, A cappella at Providence College almost epitomizes the Friar Family—that bond encompassing the campus and the alumni…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.16, 2017

    Chili Peppers Still Hot at TD Garden

      By Blaine Payer `18 A&E Staff   It seems like everyone knows at least one song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Their unique-brand of funk-rock has been captivating audiences for years, and after their sold-out show at TD…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.16, 2017

    Flapper Gone Famous: Zelda Fitzgerald

      By Kerry Torpey `20 A&E Staff   Ask any literature lovers about the relationship between Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald and you will hear about the tumultuous nights of drinking, partying, and adultery. Amazon’s new series, Z: The Beginning…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Feb.16, 2017

    Adele Won, Beyoncé Deserved

      By Elizabeth Jancsy `18 A&E Staff   The biggest names in Hollywood and music packed the Staples Center Sunday night for the 59th year of The Grammy Awards. The show featured a variety of performances and a number of…

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