June 23, 2017

Community Lens Class Offers Perspective, Scope

Arts & Entertainment | May.04, 2017

Community Lens Class Offers Perspective, Scope

  by Brigid Walshe ’19 A&E Staff   “Civic engagement” may be a requirement in Providence College’s core curriculum, but, for many, it is seen as both an opportunity and a duty. Students may utilize courses at PC to extend…

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Arts & Entertainment | Apr.27, 2017

Into the Woods: Off the Screen and Onto the Stage

  By Brigid Walshe `19 A&E Staff Crowds filed into the Angell Blackfriars Theatre this past weekend to see the final performances of Into the Woods, and many were left with a smile. The musical is the second musical that…

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Arts & Entertainment | Mar.16, 2017

London: A Dramatic Experience

  By Brigid Walshe `19 A&E Staff   When driving around London’s West End or theatre district, it is impossible to miss the bright signs  advertising theatre productions. Theatre has become a staple of London’s culture and charm,  connecting both residents and…

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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 | Feb.16, 2017

Netflix Gives Another ‘Reason Why’ to Watch

  By Brigid Walshe `19 A&E Staff   After the immediate success of some of its original series, such as House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, Netflix has put more focus—and money—into producing their own original shows.…

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Arts & Entertainment | Feb.09, 2017

The Lumineers Bring the Funk to MSG

  By Brigid Walshe `19 A&E Staff   The Lumineers just finished a two-night gig at Madison Square Garden in New York City and they did not disappoint. The indie folk rock band sold out the Garden both on Feb.…

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Arts & Entertainment | Feb.02, 2017

New Year, New Album, Same Mayer

  Brigid Walshe `19 A&E Staff   John Mayer is back in a big way. On Jan. 20, Mayer released four of his new songs from his current album, The Search for Everything, and fans are already craving more. Mayer…

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Arts & Entertainment | Jan.26, 2017

Sherlock Leaves Fans Ready for More

  by Brigid Walshe `19 A&E Staff   Season four of the critically acclaimed series Sherlock premiered earlier this month after almost a three-year hiatus, and it did not disappoint. Like I said, it’s been almost three years since the…

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Arts & Entertainment | Jan.19, 2017

Golden Globes Exemplify a Changing Industry

  by Brigid Walsh `19 A&E Staff The 74th annual Golden Globe Awards took place on Jan. 8, honoring the best of the film and television industry this past year. Of course, everyone was talking about La La Land and…

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Arts & Entertainment | Dec.08, 2016

Universal Brings Nintendo to Life

by Brigid Walshe ’19 A&E Staff Nintendo and Universal Studios made a huge announcement last Tuesday, November 29, when they revealed their plan to build Nintendo-themed areas at all three of Universal’s locations: Universal Studios Japan, Universal Orlando Resort, and…

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