“Up until LSD, I never realized that there was anything beyond this normal working state of consciousness,” George Harrison famously said in 1987.
“Hunger” is marked by a series of strange and unsettling sequences shot over what feels like painful amounts of time.
Secretly, society has a fascination with the enigmatic, dynamic, and unreported events of the all-boy prep school. The HRDC’s newest
It is a rare treat when audience members can exit an avant-garde film screening without thinking, “What the hell was
Stripped of his tuxedo, Aston Martin, and martini, the newest James Bond still maintains an heroic persona in his latest
Christina Davis, the new curator of the George Edward Woodberry Poetry Room, addressed a welcoming crowd last Thursday by saying,
Savvy on the saxophone and just as smooth at storytelling, Benny Golson charmed a small audience last Thursday at the
Presencia Latina, Harvard’s Latino cultural show, is intended not only as a showcase for Latino and Latin-American creativity but also
As music videos exhaust the old clichés—half-naked women, silhouetted drummers, and the ever-popular head banging—real creativity is becoming the most
The popular appeal of the new film “Jack and Jill vs. the World” rests primarily on its once-famous heartthrob, Freddie
“I enjoy a challenge. I enjoy trying to do something I have never done before,” said actor Jim Sturgess in
Seven months after Harvard launched a campus-wide text message alert system, the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) yesterday started two new
“Rent” meets “Wicked” in “Fable Attraction,” a spin-off of traditional fairy tales ranging from Humpty Dumpty to Cinderella. With a