The producers of the much-loved films “Cocaine Bear” and “Pitch Perfect” miss the mark in their genre-defying release “Bottoms.”
The upcoming AVA Gallery exhibit from artist Joan Feierabend supports 50 years of art accessible to the Upper Valley community.
The increasing length of consumers’ favorite films harkens to an era where movies are an experience, not just a product.
After months of planning from Dartmouth Programming Board, Fallapalooza saw a great turnout for performances from opener J. Maya and headliner Claire Rosinkranz.
While “Scarlet” shows Doja Cat’s undeniable talent, its lack of cohesion cripples the success of the album as a whole.
Despite great acting and cinematography, “A Haunting in Venice” feels uncommitted to any genre.
Yorgos Lanthimos’s latest achievement was a jaw-dropper at Saturday’s Telluride screenings.
While streaming has removed the physical constraints on music, artists often favor shorter tracks when aiming for that viral moment.
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The new movie authentically portrays the challenges of growing up with a heartwarming narrative, but it over-relies on familiar coming-of-age tropes.
Olivia Rodrigo's second album elevates her previous work, offering a poignant exploration of emotional complexity from an angst-ridden lens.
On Sept. 16 and 17, all eight campus cappella groups will host auditions, opening doors to new members for a performance experience and a tight-knit community.
On his fourth album, Zach Bryan finds balance between pop and country, refusing to compromise one style for the other.
The arts displays and performances typically held in the Hopkins Center are now spread across campus and the Upper Valley.