From Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga's intimate performance to Melissa McCarthy's hilarious homage to "The Favourite," the Arts staff blogs the Oscars ceremony.
Like the indie artist’s previous songs, “Mess” marries soft fingerpicking with solemn lyrics that crescendo into a catchy, repetitive chorus.
Invited by student group No Label, the critically acclaimed rapper and his managers, Barry Johnson and Zekiel Nicholson, spoke about their experiences.
“Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular” is not just another homage to her storied life and iconography, but rather a much needed and deserved look into her inspirations — namely, Mexican folk art, or “arte popular.”
The Harvard Crimson spoke with Boston Poet Laureate Porsha Olayiwola about the importance of giving frequently silenced voices a chance to speak their truth.
Each musical and dance performance was an intimate conversation between the two sides of the hyphenated Desi-American identity.
Director Bianca I. Rodriguez hopes the audience will come away with a deeply empathetic understanding of these characters and the Latinx experience at large.
Idealizing "Captain Marvel" as an answer to a long-standing feminist question feels incorrect, but so does disparaging it as inconsequential.
Here are three particularly welcome additions — oldies but goodies — and two notable mentions coming to Netflix this month.
Haphazardly throwing together cults, drugs, and genetic testing does not make a thriller.
Much of the evening’s conversation centered on Kristen Roupenian’s attempts to navigate her story’s unexpected fame.
“Documentary Now!” a TV series known for its affectionate parodies of non-fiction films from across time periods and genres, returned to IFC on Feb. 20.
Crime thrillers are never in short supply in the world of network television, but NBC’s “The Enemy Within” is off to an engaging start.
The orchestra highlighted the sprightly stylistic and structural innovations of Jean Sibelius’s Symphony No. 3 in C major, Op. 52.
The new trailer is so dark that it is literally impossible to know what is going on, and anyone who says otherwise is flat-out lying.
In 2016, the Instagram food scene had taken off, with bloggers popping up right and left and racking up hundreds of thousands of followers.
Taking a new perspective on the intersection of folk, acoustic, and gospel, “Wasteland Baby!”is an evocative follow up to Hozier’s difficult-to-top debut.
Can faith be more than struggling to keep things from dying? Maybe, there is nothing in the world that we can separate from death.
Here are five songs to help you adjust to losing an hour of sleep.
Porumboiu brings a unique insight to the documentary in drawing visual parallels between Ginghina’s ambitions and the future of Romanian modernization.
Listening to these songs will have you fully embracing the winter beauty around you.
The attention Ariana focuses on the girl rather than the boy seems like an interesting choice of narrative, perhaps foreshadowing what is to come.
The designer’s death left behind a huge and complicated legacy — one that includes both groundbreaking art and shocking allegations of fatphobia, Islamophobia, racism, and sexism.