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Antigone in Ferguson: Intergenerational Phenomenon

December 13, 2020

Bryan Doerries’s Theater of War Production Company adapted Sophocles’s Antigone, with the intent of putting it in the context of the Black Lives Matter movement. Directed by Bryan Doerries with music...

Literary Hidden Gems

December 9, 2020

Over the past several months of quarantine, I have compiled a short list of hidden gems among the fiction books I’ve read. These novels range in length from 100 pages to 500 pages. I have been able to...

Movie Cancellations

December 8, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has prevented many individuals from being able to partake in activities such as going to the movies. Prior to the pandemic, this year was supposed to be major for cinema with remakes,...

Onward Movie Review

April 17, 2020

Released on March 6, 2020, Onward is Pixar’s newest movie. The story begins with teenage elf brothers, Ian (voiced by Tom Holland) and Barley (voiced by Chris Pratt), casting a spell to bring their father...

I’ll Be There For You…After 25 Years: The FRIENDS Reunion Special

I’ll Be There For You...After 25 Years: The FRIENDS Reunion Special
April 17, 2020

Calling all superfans of the FRIENDS sitcom! Rachel, Joey, Chandler, Phoebe, Monica, and Ross are reuniting 16 years after their final appearance in May 2004. Unfortunately, filming has been delayed due...

What is Netflix’s Top Ten List?

April 15, 2020

If you’ve been on Netflix lately, you have probably seen a red badge labeled “Top 10” on the top-right corner of various shows and movies. This label is the streaming service’s newest feature that...

Rise of Skywalker, Fall of an Era

February 29, 2020

Warning: some spoilers ahead!   The Star Wars Trilogies define the childhoods of now multiple generations: from the original trilogy in the late 70s and 80s, to the prequels in the early 2000s,...

Cats the Movie: Purr-fection or a Cat-astrophe?

Cats the Movie: Purr-fection or  a Cat-astrophe?
February 29, 2020

When the teaser trailer came out for Cats last summer, the internet exploded in fits of mortification, bewilderment, and down-right confusion. If you have seen any promotional posters, YouTube ads, or...

Little Shop of Horrors Review

February 28, 2020

This February, Pittsburgh Public Theater put on Little Shop of Horrors in The O’Reilly theater. This 1980’s musical written by Alan Menken, starred Carnegie Mellon Graduate Philippe Arroyo and Broadway...

Things to Do on a Snow Day

January 6, 2020

When the weather gets too cold and the roads are covered with ice, schools are sure to have a snow day. Students get some time off school and are able to have a whole day to themselves. Unfortunately,...

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