December 15, 2018

Posts from "Arts & Entertainment"

  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.04, 2018

    Laugh About It: Six Gents Debut

    by: Patrick Fuller ’21 A&E Co-Editor Sketch comedy takes the spotlight in popular television programs like Saturday Night Live, Portlandia, and Key & Peele.  However, Providence College has its own sketch comedy group tailored to the controversies and daily realities…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.04, 2018

    The Old Man & the Gun: Robert Redford’s Final Crime Caper

    by: William Burleigh ’19 A&E Staff The film industry experienced a melancholy and nostalgic moment last week, as what is possibly Robert Redford’s final acting performance, in The Old Man & the Gun, reached screens on Sept. 28. Redford, who…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.04, 2018

    A Thousand Beginnings and Endings: A Mythological Anthology

    by: Sara Conway ’21 A&E Staff Some stories start with, “Once upon a time,” others reveal the mysteries of the gods and their relationships with the human world. However, all stories tell something about their culture and their people.  This…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.04, 2018

    Mumford and Sons’ Upcoming Album Delta

    A Musical Reflection on Life and Creativity by: Brigid Walshe ’19 A&E Staff The English indie/alternative rock band Mumford and Sons is back with new music, and fans all over the world are already begging for more. On Sept. 19,…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.04, 2018

    Jack Whitehall’s Travels With My Father Continues to Highlight Family

    by: Julia Vaccarella ’20 A&E Staff Jack Whitehall is among many stand-up comedians and actors who have had features on Netflix. The actor was featured on the Channel 4 show Fresh Meat and the streaming platform released his own special…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.04, 2018

    There’s a New Joker in Town

    Joaquin Phoenix Brings New Perspective to DC’s Popular Villain by: Madeline Weaver-Nolting ’19 A&E Staff One of the darkest villains of all time is about to get his own movie. Actor Joaquin Phoenix is set to star in the Warner…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.04, 2018

    American Must-Reads: America is in the Heart

    by: Dr. René Alexander Orquiza Assistant Professor of History Life is too short to read everything. It may even be too short to major in American Studies, History, or English. This column, brought to you by professors in American Studies,…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Sep.27, 2018

    The Emmys 2018: A Step Toward More Diversity

    by: Anne DeLello ’20 A&E Staff At the 2018 Emmy Awards, some unexpected twists made for both excited and disappointed actors, actresses, and fans. However, there was one overarching victory that represents something more important than individual winners and losers.…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Sep.27, 2018

    The Evolution of BROCKHAMPTON

    iridescence is a Culmination of the Band’s Struggles and Rise to Fame by: Peter Keough ’20 A&E Staff BROCKHAMPTON, the amorphous 13-member Los Angeles via San Marcos, Texas hip-hop collective, openly brands itself as “The World’s Greatest Boyband.” After releasing…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Sep.27, 2018

    Time to Binge Like a Maniac

    Jonah Hill and Emma Stone Shine in Netflix’s New Twisting Sci-Fi Series   by: William Burleigh ’19 A&E Staff A new Netflix limited series premiered last weekend, on Sept. 21: Maniac, a surrealistic science fiction show starring Emma Stone and…

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