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12.24.2019

Graphite and Alcohol Marker on Bristol Board

2019

Ink and Alcohol Marker on Bristol Board

2019

Ink and Alcohol Marker on Bristol Board

2019

Alexandra Bowman

12.23.2019

There’s something for everyone in Cats.  

Love acclaimed thespians? The star-studded cast includes Judi Dench as a gender-swapped elder cat, Ian McKellen as a sad former thespian cat, Idris Elba as a mystical cat burglar, and James Corden as a sophisticated cat out on t...

12.23.2019

Tired of the same Christmas classics that play every year? Looking for something new to add to your holiday playlist? The duo Anthony West and Josephine Vander Gucht of Oh Wonder has got you covered. With whispering voices that pair perfectly with a crackling fire, Oh...

12.7.2019

In Sound & Fury, Sturgill Simpson delivers his most ambitious project to date. This Netflix original anime/studio album is decidedly uncharted terrain for the 2017 Grammys Album of the Year nominee. The only thing weirder than Simpson following up his psychedelic count...

12.7.2019

I never thought I would find myself almost crying watching Tina Fey play tennis. But there I was, curled up on my bed, lip quivering as a couple rediscovered each other after rallying both on the court and in therapy—it was a tale of modern love. Modern Love, now strea...

12.7.2019

If you’re like me, then I’m sure Netflix has overwhelmed you recently with their never ending stream of originals and extremely targeted competition shows (looking at you Blown Away). Unlike many other shows, however, the fifth season of Schitt’s Creek was quietly rele...

12.7.2019

Coming off the heels of the excellent second season of Succession, HBO has immediately delivered another show worthy of its prestigious 9pm Sunday slot in Watchmen. The show marks writer Damon Lindelof’s—creator of The Leftovers and Lost—return to television. Lind...

12.7.2019

After almost two years of waiting, season two of Netflix’s adaptation of Charles Forsman’s comic book series about a teen psychopath (or is he?) and the girl he wants to kill (or does he?) is HERE. If you haven’t seen the first season, it’s worth a watch. With only eig...

12.7.2019

Jenny Hval

The blossoming of subcultures catalyzed by the age of information does not always result in a diversification of our tastes. In fact, the exact opposite seems to be happening. Despite the vast and sometimes scary expanse of media at our fingertips, we often t...

12.7.2019

 Caroline Polachek

Pang. The title of Caroline Polachek’s debut album is a curious piece of language. Modulating between material and nonmaterial worlds, a “pang” is a spasmic, intense feeling. It is the seizing of the chest from the sudden swell of emotion, be it shock...

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