Caitlin Mannering

<i>La La Land</i> Transcends Mere Dialogue

La La Land Transcends Mere Dialogue


Simultaneously whimsical and melancholy, La La Land manages to weave a simple story of love and ambition in the most dazzling of ways. The film is an original musical with creative songs and cinema-specific choreography all designed to be shown in CinemaScope, an old fashioned widescreen lens series. Ultimately, it captures true romance in its…

Untitled Leisure Project: Fantastic Beasts and Where Not To Find Them

Untitled Leisure Project: Fantastic Beasts and Where Not To Find Them

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On this episode of Untitled Leisure Project, Daniel Varghese sits down with a panel of Voice staffers to discuss, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the newest addition to the extended Harry Potter Universe. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Best of 2016: Movies

Best of 2016: Movies

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1.) Zootopia Zootopia includes effective humor, impactful themes, and introduces a beautiful, immersive environment to boot. The film follows Judy Hopps’s move to the city of Zootopia where she attempts to prove herself against existing stereotypes. The plot is engaging, hilarious, and ultimately uplifting. Each of the characters grapple with how their identities shape their interactions…

Critical Voices: Bon Iver, <i>22, A Million</i>

Critical Voices: Bon Iver, 22, A Million


Five years after the release of their last album, Bon Iver has taken an experimental, manipulated approach to music in their extraordinary third full-length album 22, A Million. While it seemingly stands in stark contrast to the folk sound of their first two albums, 22, A Million possesses the same echoes of loneliness and uncertainty that…

Untitled Leisure Project: Bon Iver

Untitled Leisure Project: Bon Iver

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Bon Iver is back! In this week’s Untitled Leisure Podcast, host Daniel Varghese, Leisure Editor Mike Bergin, Assistant Leisure Editor Caitlin Mannering, and News staff writer Michael Coyne, discuss the band’s new album 22, A Million, and the group’s artistic growth. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Concert Preview: Jake Bugg at Lincoln Theatre 9/29

Concert Preview: Jake Bugg at Lincoln Theatre 9/29


Twenty-two year old British singer-songwriter Jake Bugg is back with his third album On My One, released on June 17. Rising to success at the young age of 18 in 2012, Bugg’s self-titled debut album sold double platinum and was shortlisted for a Mercury Music Prize. Shangri La ( 2013 ), Bugg’s sophomore album, was…

The <i>Voice</i> Summer Reading List

The Voice Summer Reading List

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“Dark Matter” by Blake Crouch — Graham Piro Multiverse theories and quantum physics typically make for dry, scholarly writing. In the hands of Blake Crouch, however, these topics make for gripping fiction. His novel “Dark Matter” tells the story of Jason Dessen, a college professor who wrestled with his decision to give up the pursuit…

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