All posts tagged "arts and entertainment"

  • Arts & Entertainment
    A Monthly Food Subscription for Everyone’s Taste

    There are a plethora of monthly subscription boxes that have hit the market recently. Customers sign up online for a certain price and are sent a new  box of products to try every month. From monthly make-up products, to men’s razors, there is something out there for everyone. If food is what tickles your fancy, here are a...

  • News
    Second Royal Baby On The Way

    On Sept. 8, the news broke that Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    One Direction Announces New Album

    The morning of Sept. 8, Brit-boy band One Direction announced their fourth studio album appropriately titled “Four.” As a thank you to their loyal fans, for the next 24 hours, they will be releasing their first single, “Fireproof,” on their site for free. The new track is written by group members Louis Tomlinson and Liam...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    5 Best Concerts To Attend In The DC Area: September 2014

    DC is chocked full of some of the best clubs in the country, including the Rolling Stone-acclaimed 9:30 Club. With over five artists in September alone having to add a second show because their first was so high in demand, you can tell this fall’s DC roster for concerts is better than ever. Check...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    “The Wolf of Wall Street”: A Captivating and Thrilling Flick

    Chock full of drugs, money and sex, “The Wolf of Wall Street” is a thrilling ride from start to finish. The movie, which was nominated for several academy awards, follows a young stock broker named Jordan Bellford (Leonardo DiCaprio) who dreams of making the big time. After being fired from his job at the bottom...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    A Penny for Your Thoughts?

    In the past ten years, the Internet has become a place where people can create, comment or express their opinions. Few sites display this as well as YouTube, which has always been a place for people to express their creativity, with many people able to earn a living from making videos. Recently,...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    “Thor: The Dark World”: On Blonde Gods and Hammers

     So after a disappointing post-Avengers experience in “Iron Man 3,” I’m stuck looking to “Thor: The Dark World” to deliver. But with the trend of Avengers sequels getting progressively worse, and the original movie being fantastically okay, my hopes are a little less than high.  The trailer shows Earth’s invasion by a dark...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    “Gravity” Soars

    Alfonso Cuaron’s thriller “Gravity” isn’t just a movie; it’s an experience.  The 3D thriller set a box office record for the month of October by earning $55.6 million in U.S. and Canadian theatres, and for good reason.  This movie is an instant science fiction classic. The movie stars seasoned Hollywood veterans Sandra...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    A Midsummer Night’s Dream Preview

    “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” I hear the monotonous groan of a thousand high school students, cringing at the thought of another encounter with Sir William Shakespeare. I mean, let’s be honest here, every time you hear the word Shakespeare, a little part of you dies. For most, Shakespeare means slogging through boring reading,...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    (Continued from Print): Summer Playlists: Start Off Summer with a Kick

    Ali’s Picks Somebody – Jukebox the Ghost Sweeter – Gavin Degraw Ok It’s Alright with Me – Eric Hutchinson  Cars – Lady Danville This Head I Hold – Electric Guest Little Talks – Of Monsters and Men Afterglow – Schuyler Fisk From Me to You – The Beatles Chicken Fried – Zac...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    “Black Plague” Sweeps the Nation

    Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday Today is Friday, Friday… Tomorrow is Saturday And Sunday comes afterwards Sound familiar?...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    A Speech Worth Listening To

    The theater was as packed as the midnight premiere of a Harry Potter film, leaving me with...

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