Reviews and think pieces on music, movies, art, and theater.
When Cyrus released her eighth studio album Endless Summer Vacation, it was no surprise that it displayed the star’s many powerful facets as an artist—be it as a popstar, balladeer, or soulful rockstar.
We had the opportunity to speak with Madelyn Cline and Madison Bailey about season three, their experiences filming over the course of the pandemic, and their meteoric rise to fame in the process.
Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania (2023) fails on nearly every front where its predecessors triumph.
Mering conveys her message through a grand, sonically sweeping, soulful aesthetic that transports the listener into a cavernous cathedral.
“A Season of Sondheim”: Signature Theatre’s Pacific Overtures pays homage to Japanese theatrical traditions
Signature Theatre’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s Pacific Overtures handles its complex subject matter sensitively, but never with kid gloves.
Through reckoning with grief, Malachi Quarles (CAS ’23) who releases music under the alias HUGHLANDER produced his latest album, demo nights.
With a philosophy of activism through fashion, designer and philanthropist Miguel Wilson has challenged the boundaries of men’s formalwear.
Wu’s creative combination of painting and sculpture makes her work quite the treat to see in person.
On Feb. 14, New York’s beloved café-bakery chain Maman opened the doors to its Georgetown location.
Magic Mike’s “final tease” swaps drugs and tear-away pants for pseudo-feminism and an ill-developed romance.
Let’s Start Here. is a groundbreaking and delightfully experimental soundscape that draws upon pop and psychedelic rock.
With their first studio album since their Eurovision victory, Måneskin is making a bid for global recognition.
Kusama imposes a dissolution of the self upon the experiencer through her multidimensional works, as one feels like they are being absorbed and incorporated into the art.
Gottlieb showcases her artistic talent through this emotional journey of their respective lives, legacy, and love
SZA’s musical and lyrical brilliance work together to create an album that was well worth the five-year wait.
The romance of Bones and All, despite what it lacks in its writing, shines through in its cinematography.