Performances from comedian and elected official Kristina Wong comment on the current political landscape
In her conversation with the Rockefeller Center and performances at the Hop, Kristina Wong discusses her unconventional candidacy for local election and tells stories about her time in office.
Hood Museum intern Molly Rouzie ’24 curated an exhibition entitled “Apocalypse When: Reflections on our Collective Psyche,” which is inspired by religious apocalyptic stories.
With the turbulence of the pandemic, the ability that white, brown and pink noises have to soothe, relax and decrease stress may have contributed to their rise in popularity.
Despite awkward pacing, Sofia Coppola’s adaptation of Priscilla Presley’s memoir is a beautiful look into a complicated life.
To celebrate their long history of iconic storytelling, Disney released a nine-minute short film.
Headed by blues-inspired instrumentals and passionate vocal performances, “Down the Line” is a concise collection of songs about love and longing.
“Lost Girl” grapples with themes of change and heartbreak relevant to cast members and college students overall.
Depending on how it is utilized, gore can either enhance the audience’s experience or subtract from the eerie unease on which horror often relies.
The soft, breathy style has been increasingly popular with performers such as Billie Eilish and Lana Del Rey.
To fulfill White River Junction’s unsatisfied need for coffee and provide a new community space, the theater company has opened a new pop-up cafe.