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Vivian W. Leung

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Neon Indian Brings the Break-Up Album to Chillwave

By executing his vision, Palomo creates a complex and cohesive soundscape over which he narrates his story. Though at times repetitive, the album is a compelling innovation in a somewhat staid genre.

WHRB Friday Jazz Sessions

Radio broadcasting has been around since the 1920s, when it was primetime entertainment, but has since been in tough competition ...

'The Eagle' Flounders Despite Production Values

Though cinematography and musical backdrop provide the epic atmosphere for an impressive Roman adventure, the film’s generally substandard acting and a flawed, unoriginal script fail to fill the vast expanse painted on the screen.

Democracy Goes Green

London-based portrait artist Nicola Green followed President Barack H. Obama during his presidential campaign as the first-ever artist in residence.

Morris Discusses Terror and Humor

“Four Lions,” British comedic heavyweight Christopher Morris’s first full feature-length film as a director, cuts through the hazy and foreign haughtiness of terrorism to expose a surprisingly realistic dose of comedy culled from real life.