The arts offer a unique example of a flowering cultural exchange and promising potential for collaboration between New York and Boston.
Though “Vestiges and Claws” is both melodically and lyrically stunning, José González's third effort offers little in terms of emotional depth or any semblance of artistic innovation from his previous work.
Violently Christian and filled with Millenial obscenity, "No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross" straddles apparently contradictory worlds, inhabiting a deeply melancholy and liminal space of its own.
"Stranger," described as “really exciting, really intense, and really psychological," tells the story of two people on an airplane together. The show runs from Feb. 27 to March 7 in the Loeb Ex.
Karen E. Christianson '17 has performed at Notre Dame, Salzburg Cathedral, and Westminster Abbey. When she isn't at her organ, however, she is a Harvard student, and this week, she took time off from her atypical schedule to talk with The Crimson on her music.
'Fifty Shades of Grey' is fifty shades of dull.
“Red Army” succeeds as an insightful history lesson on the symbolic and ideological conflict embodied by the hockey games that occurred during this time. What separates this political documentary from others is its deeply passionate portrayal of the men behind the Soviet success.
Larsen's writing drips with creativity; the characters are deep and engaging. In the shortest summation that can be mustered: “I Am Radar” is a journey that far surpasses its destination.
Unfortunately, Tyler spends a good portion of the book stuck in prolonged ending and at the same time the book itself ends too fast. “A Spool of Blue Thread” proves unable to mend Tyler’s disconnected portrait of the entire family.
As we demand increasingly more of our young, and we champion our current figureheads of young achievement, dystopian YA novels have grown to reflect this aspect of forced adulthood.
Maria and Lai begin to pick up the pieces after the fire, and Maria learns something she didn't know about Lai.
Local performing arts non-profit World Music/CRASHarts presented Boston-based contemporary dance company Urbanity Dance’s first full program at the Institute of Contemporary Art on Feb. 20. The show’s five pieces offered an exploration of elemental forces—of light, gravity, and energy itself—while remaining rooted in human emotion, engaging with both the audience and the performance space around it.
"Hot Tub Time Machine 2" proves to be a tepid sequel, losing the main character who tied the first film together and failing to fill out auxiliary characters.
Crimson Arts' Roving Reporter speaks to students, parents, and performers at the 2015 Cultural Rhythms festival.
“The Blacker the Berry,” the second single off Lamar’s as-of-yet untitled third album, reverses the infectious optimism and self-love of “i” to deal with hatred within the black community in a way that is equal parts brutal and compelling.
“Fifty Shades of Grey” is an inane, stupidly constructed movie, but people are seeing it and therefore giving it power. And we should stop while we can, because no one—male or female—wins here.
"Better Call Saul" shares cinematographic and thematic elements with "Breaking Bad" but still manages to be its own show as it explores the origins of sleazy lawyer Saul Goodman.
Every year, films generate a certain amount of controversy at the Academy Awards when certain films are inevitably snubbed. A closer look at the snubbed films of 2015 that should have been honored at the 87th Oscars.