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“Lover” comes as the highly anticipated return from Swift’s hiatus, following the 2017 release of “Reputation” and her worldwide stadium tour. Shared through the album’s 18 tracks (her longest album yet), Swift gives fans a glimpse into her personal life, with anecdotes on her relationships, her family and life growing up.
Lana Del Rey has just gifted the world with “Norman Fucking Rockwell,” a 14-track masterpiece of classic romance, culture and femininity in the modern age. The album has received rave reviews from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and Metacritic, with some even heralding her as one of the greatest songwriters of our time.
Summer began on Broadway with the 73rd Annual Tony Awards highlighting the best on Broadway this year. Now as the summer comes to an end, several new shows have taken their final curtain call, leaving theaters empty and waiting to be filled.
Whether you know him as the mastermind behind the ever-so-famous party anthem “Sicko Mode” or as Kylie Jenner’s baby daddy, Travis Scott is one of the most popular artists of this generation. Netflix’s“Look Mom I Can Fly” documents the many highlights and downfalls of Scott’s career.
Childhood flashed before the eyes of millions of people when the Jonas Brothers announced that they would be getting back together. Shortly after reactivating the band’s social media accounts, the Jonas Brothers announced that they were going to release their first single in nearly six years.
This past summer was huge for film and television. One of summer 2019’s biggest standouts was HBO’s “Euphoria”.
In the past decade, our screens and lives have been dominated by superhero content. Suddenly, debates between family members at Thanksgiving shifted from being completely about political parties to choosing sides between DC or Marvel.
Nominations for the 2019 Tony Awards were announced on Tuesday, April 30. This Broadway season has been dominated by musicals based on movies, books and iconic musicians. Despite concerns about theatre (namely musicals) becoming too commercialized, 21 of the 34 Tony-eligible shows this season were plays and only 13 were musicals.
It’s official: Summer is near. Whether you’re spending summer vacation at the beach, eating ice cream or grinding for that summer job money, one thing that could make your summer even better is the music you listen to.
Despite the rain, Hofstra University’s 2019 Music Fest proved to be a day of firsts for up-and-coming artists as well as a moment of reverie and recollection. Performers included new-comers The WAVE and Band, Unispan Records artist KarmaRe and headliners Shortly and DRAM. Combined, the artists provided a fresh, elevating sound, ranging from hip-hop to lyrical and energizing the eager crowd.
To fans’ delight, Sara Bareilles returned with her sixth studio album, “Amidst the Chaos,” on Friday, April 5, after taking a break and delving into the world of theater. Her intimate, raw and timely stories, told through the album’s 12 heartfelt tracks, are a refreshing contrast and bright light in today’s world.
It’s ironic how much difficulty I’m having with beginning this send-off. As a journalism major, writing is what I’m supposed to be able to do with ease. Give me an album to review or a person to feature and I don’t struggle to write. But how do you write a goodbye to one of the best parts of your college experience?
With only two episodes until the series finale, “Game of Thrones” approaches the end of its eight-year reign as HBO’s No. 1 show. What started as a series of political intrigue with occasional sword fights has grown into the high-budget, fast-paced cultural phenomenon that keeps us glued to our TVs.
When I came to this university, I knew that I wanted to write. It’s what I had always loved – always imagined myself doing. I felt comforted by the words that flowed out of me and angry when they refused. It was a beautiful balance between brilliance and insanity, a practice in art that I spend every day trying to perfect, no matter how futile the exercises seem to be.
Many who know Gaffigan’s work will find his latest venture new and familiar at the same time. His knack for somewhat exaggerated observational humor tagged with jabs at his own health, appetite and family situation are always present at his shows – that’s his shtick. It’s worked out for him so far, and this past weekend it worked for him again.
Seven years after the release of “The Avengers” and 11 years after the launch of Marvel Studios’ “Iron Man,” a core part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) comes to a highly anticipated end with “Avengers: Endgame.” The franchise leaves behind a transformation of the film industry, use of technology and a new definition of what it means to be a hero.
Kiarra Williams recently showcased her collection of sculptures titled “But what does it mean” in the FORM gallery. The soon-to-be graduate aspires to be an art therapist, seeking to help people work out their problems through art.
Though it’s been four years since fans of Rob Thomas have heard new music from the Matchbox Twenty front man and some may have forgotten about the singer, fans have been reminded of the reason they fell in love with his music with the release of his latest solo album, “Chip Tooth Smile,” on Friday, April 26.
Absent. Alluring. Absolute. “ANONYMOUS.”
blackbear’s fifth studio album returns the artist to the forefront of hip-hop music in a whopping 18-track record that perpetuates an ironic perception of yearnful apathy – of both hope and hopelessness.
Netflix recently released “Someone Great,” a rom-com that breaks your heart and pieces it back together in just 90 minutes. If you’ve ever been in a relationship in your 20s, “Someone Great” will have you reminiscing on every love-filled moment from your past.