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Ballet Documentaries Celebrate Passion and Life

Ballet Documentaries Celebrate Passion and Life

Dance is making a dazzling comeback in American popular culture.  La La Land, for example, incorporates infectious tap numbers that remind us of beloved movie musicals like Singin’ in the Rain.  In these types of movies, though, dance is just one component that complements the singing and acting executed by performers.  In other cases, dance…

A Case for the Classics: <i>City Lights</i>

A Case for the Classics: City Lights

In City Lights (1931), one of Charlie Chaplin’s most celebrated films, the Little Tramp does what he does best: finds himself in ridiculous situations. The plots of Chaplin films are hardly essential; his films are watched for their slapstick humor and the funny, familiar face of the lovable Little Tramp. In City Lights the Tramp…

<i>Rings</i> Satisfies Newcomers and Old Fans of the Cult Classic Alike

Rings Satisfies Newcomers and Old Fans of the Cult Classic Alike

After fans of the The Ring (2002) waited for 15 years for a sequel to settle The Ring’s uneasy aftertaste, the sequel Rings succeeds in satisfying audiences. The movie opens with a plot recap of the original film. In it, a character watches a short video of seemingly random and confusing images and gets an…

Taste Test: Spicing It Up

Taste Test: Spicing It Up

On this episode of Taste Test, Erika Bullock, Daniel Varghese, and Danielle Hewitt try some of Trader Joe’s spiciest offerings. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/TastTestPeppers.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

The Phone Booth: The Maui Invitational

The Phone Booth: The Maui Invitational

On this episode of The Phone Booth, host Tyler Pearre is joined by Nick Gavio and Jorge DeNeve to discuss the tumultuous Maui Invitational in which the men’s team demonstrated flashes of brilliance, but also slipped into the nightmares of last season. The crew also looks forward to the coming weeks and debates what to…

H*ya Saxa: Twenty-Five Years of Choice

H*ya Saxa: Twenty-Five Years of Choice

This year, unrecognized student group H*yas for Choice celebrates its 25th anniversary. In an environment historically rife with opposition, H*yas for Choice has managed to make a name for themselves as unwavering advocates for reproductive rights. The story of their founding and growth underscores some of the unique actors and themes at play on a…

The Weekly List: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

The Weekly List: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is a show about a woman who dropped her fancy job in New York City and moved to California in the hopes of reconnecting with her summer camp boyfriend. The show is incredibly funny, and it also happens to be musical. The songs don’t just help keep the show moving; they’re great to…

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