Arts & Entertainment

John Legend Joins the EGOT Elite

By Katarina Ivancik  Yet again, John Legend proves that there is no stage he can’t control. Two weeks ago, John Legend received his first Emmy for his role as producer in the televised rendition of “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert” at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, a subsect of the larger Emmy awards which Read More …

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A Non-Traditional Capital Fest

By Abby Anderko 800 Catholic University students attended Program Board’s Capitol Fest 2018, this past Saturday night. This is the first year Program Board has broken from tradition of having a live performance for Capital Fest. Instead they opted for Campus Glow for a concert like experience. This glow concert event completely took over the Read More …

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Paul McCartney’s “Egypt Station”

By Katrina Auza and Daniela Cortes Paul McCartney is back and better than ever with his new album “Egypt Station”. It’s been five years since McCartney has come out with another solo album and people are excited.  . With a spunky and nostalgic sound, McCartney reminiscences his past friendships, relationships, and drug use . Not only Read More …

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Mac Miller Tribute

By Jared Prenda “No matter where life takes me, find me with a smile/ Pursuit to be happy, only laughing like a child.” This quote from Mac Miller, born Malcolm James McCormick, from his song The Best Day Ever is fitting to describe his life. Miller passed away on Friday, September 7 at the age Read More …

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A Summer Abroad

By Brittany Sterling Young Arts and Entertainment Writer This summer I was given the unique opportunity of attending two classical music festivals in Europe – the Vienna Summer Music Festival and Music Academy International in Trentino, Italy. Going into this experience, I somewhat knew what to expect from Music Academy, as I had attended it Read More …

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National Symphony Orchestra’s Labor Day Concert 2018

By Brittany Young On a warm summer night in early September, the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) performed an open-air concert on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol to commemorate Labor Day 2018. The event was free and open to the public. Large crowds filtered in to see the city’s great symphony perform patriotic favorites Read More …

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Born This Way

By Miriam Trujillo Last Saturday night the lower Pryz was full of beautiful sounds as eight singers and a pianist took the stage to bring us a Cabaret titled “Born This Way,” featuring pop music from iconic and beloved women of the twenty-first century. This Cabaret was directed by Christina McCann, a senior Musical Theatre major, Read More …

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Season Two of The Handmaid’s Tale is Here on Hulu

By Daniela Sol It is a hard task for a director and scriptwriter to properly interpret a book, especially when that book is a classic. Yet Hulu nailed it with its series of The Handmaid’s Tale. Fans of the book have religiously followed the series and have, overall, called the series a success. What has Read More …

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Burning Man Comes to Life at the Renwick Gallery

By Daniela Sol A city built annually in the middle of the Black Rock Desert in Nevada, Burning Man has been over the past years a sensational show where artists and a unique clique of people have gathered together to embrace their own kind of utopia. Burning Man is a place where self-expression, decommodification, and Read More …

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Farmers Market Season is Here in Brookland

By Daniela Sol This weekend marks the beginning of the the Monroe Street Market Farmers Market. The market is opening its doors to visitors this Saturday and all Saturdays hereafter, from 9 AM to 1 PM at the Arts Walk in Brookland, D.C. Although spring this year has pretty much been a tease, going from Read More …

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