The Harvard Crimson sends three writers — Allison J. Scharmann '21, Jack M. Schroeder '21, and Shruthi Venkata '22 — to cover Boston Calling Music Festival.
As Mitski sang with a sort of abandon to a departing partner, “And when you go, take this heart / I'll make no more use of it when there's no more you,” she danced with wild joy.
Due to a whirlwind of weather-induced scheduling changes, only 11 of the planned 27 acts in Governors Ball’s Sunday lineup ended up being able to perform.
‘Big Plans’ at the Gardner Museum Takes a Meta-Level Look at the Role of Public Spaces in Social Reform
“Big Plans: Picturing Social Reform” is about landscape architecture as a 19th-century social innovation.
Looking towards his goals as a curator at Harvard, incoming drawings curator Joachim Homann said that he hopes to broaden the museum’s scope.
‘Multiplicity Is Actually Strength’: Margaret Atwood and Poul Ruders Reflect On Retelling ‘The Handmaid's Tale’ Through Opera
Atwood’s parting words embodied hope for the new generation of opera-goers. "What I’m happy about right now is the generations of, let’s say, under 25."
"The role of the puppeteer is exciting because there's always a duality going on," Brehm said.
Today, 50 years after the moon landing, it’s astonishing to see how far space films have gone.
“John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum” — the latest entry in this unapologetically bloody, but increasingly successful action franchise — lives up to its predecessors.
Horowitz is no stranger to the mystery novel, but “The Sentence is Death” is unfortunately his least exciting foray into the genre.
There are great elements to “Lost Roses,” but more often than not they are caught in the crossfire of extreme symbolism or frankly impossible coincidence.
As Waller-Bridge debuts the second season of BBC America’s hit thriller “Killing Eve” and its first season wins accolades, the second season of her original dramedy “Fleabag” finally comes to American television.
With a world as large as the one in “Game of Thrones” and all the hype surrounding the final episode, the showrunners were ultimately going to leave fans unsatisfied in some way or another.
Forget “Kramer vs. Kramer”: The spiciest on-screen courtroom showdown is shaping up to be Kidman vs. Streep in the penultimate episode of “Big Little Lies”’ second season.
As much as audiences around the world deserve to see a more historically accurate rendition of this empowering story, that doesn’t necessarily make this film a faithful adaptation of Disney’s 1998 “Mulan.”
This spring, the Harvard Art Museums received a gift of 70 of the late modern artist Otto Piene’s sketchbooks dating from 1935 to 2014.
Et tu, Corey? With the quirky sartorial choices and fun facts about marine life?
You’d think after one murder, Monterey denizens would learn their lesson about costume parties.
The HBO drama once again enjoys pitting well-meaning, yet clumsy activism against the oblivion that accompanies considerable wealth.
This year’s Tony Awards demonstrated that American theater is as engaging, diverse, and relevant as the best that HBO and Amazon Prime have to offer.
Despite its Avengers-like assembly of Hollywood’s best and brightest, “Big Little Lies” has yet to justify its second season, beyond wanting to strike it rich.
First Mary Louise, now Elizabeth… Is this town just one festering cesspool of mommy issues?
BROCKHAMPTON are out to be the best, to “redefine the word ‘boy band,’” and to take on any limited definitions of masculinity the world tries to force on them.