Arts & Entertainment

Podcast Review: Office Ladies

By Caroline Morris It all starts the same way: two friends talking and suddenly one says, “We should start a podcast!” Thankfully, most of these podcasts do not come to fruition, and if they do, they get lost amidst the plethora of others that have had the same idea. But there are diamonds in the Read More …

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CUA’s Lockdown Version of Measure for Measure is a Joy

By Miriam Trujillo The Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art released its digital version of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure on YouTube on April 23, and  it was definitely one of the most intrepid productions the Catholic University has ever seen. Intrepid is a word that always applies to CUA’s performing arts students.  While the Read More …

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Why Outer Banks Might be Overrated

Courtesy of OBX Today By Kat Kaderabek  Netflix’s newest binge-worthy show, Outer Banks, was recently released and has since made its way to the top picks list. Due to its attractive cast, prime location, and intense plot-line, Outer Banks has quickly gained attention internationally, despite the exaggerated features of the plot. But does this eight-episode Read More …

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Too Hot to Handle: A Show for Sex Addicts

Courtesy of Women’s Health Magazine By Kat Kaderabek  Steamy and entertaining in an unexpected way, Netflix’s Too Hot to Handle nears the peak of reality TV with its laughable premise and even more ridiculous cast. The show brings together a large group of hot, sexy singles on a tropical beach in order to explore their Read More …

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Top Picks: Netflix

Image Courtesy of Netflix By Katherine Kaderabek The Perks of Being a Wallflower – A nostalgic, childhood classic, The Perks of Being a Wallflower stars dreamboat Logan Lerman alongside brilliant actress Emma Watson as he struggles through the ups and downs of high school and copes with mental health issues. With an iconic and moving Read More …

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Three. Two. One. Album Review: A Culmination of Agony and Joy

Courtesy of Teen Vogue By Noelia Veras Singer Lennon Stella has recently released her debut album Three. Two. One., after a long year of her teasing its existence. The album came out April 24, and since then, has been on the iTunes Top 10 Albums list and has gathered recognition from John Mayer and other Read More …

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Happiness Continues: A Jonas Brothers Concert Film

Images courtesy of Kat Kaderabek By Kat Kaderabek Electricity. It’s the first thought that comes to mind when I recall that cold November night when I stood in the Atlantic City Boardwalk Hotel’s concert venue to witness the revival of The Jonas Brothers. The energy in the audience was alive and crackled throughout the place. Read More …

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The Fiona Apple Comeback: Review of “Fetch The Bolt Cutters”

Courtesy of American Magazine  By Katie Van Lew Fiona Apple released her fifth studio album, “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” on April 17, 2020.  To some, her name elicits memories of her smash hit “Criminal” in 1996, which she received a Grammy Award for as Best Female Vocal Rock Performance. Amidst the craze for mainstream beats Read More …

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Why You Should Watch Italian My Brilliant Friend on HBO

Courtesy of HBO By Francesca Faccani Americans rarely venture out into the world of non-English-speaking cinema and television, sadly missing out on a lot of high-quality productions just because of the intimidating language barrier. This was pointed out by Parasite director Bong Joon-ho in his 2020 Academy Award acceptance speech, he then addressed American viewers Read More …

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Top Picks: Disney Plus

Image courtesy of Digital Trends By Katherine Kaderabek Onward – Disney’s newest film release, starring Tom Holland, is sure to entertain families for an evening. The film is centered around two kids who are determined to bring their father back to life for a day; it follows them through a mystical land on a journey Read More …

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