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First Man’s gut-punching experience belongs on big screens
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First Man’s gut-punching experience belongs on big screens

Neil Armstrong’s famed words as he first set foot on the moon have resounded throughout history. Nearly 50 years later, there’s still a power to the phrase, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” In First Man, audiences experience that momentous step up close, seeing Armstrong’s perspective and getting the chance…

Twenty One Pilots creates new mythology in latest album, Trench
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Twenty One Pilots creates new mythology in latest album, Trench

After achieving mainstream success with their last record, Blurryface, Twenty One Pilots is spreading their wings for their latest release, Trench. Their mixture of rap, rock and reggae previously made for tangled songs, but with more experience and focus Trench delivers a concise message of power and strength. Following in the footsteps of their indie…

BROCKHAMPTON addresses love and controversy on iridescence
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BROCKHAMPTON addresses love and controversy on iridescence

Following a packed year of releasing three mixtapes, touring the world and addressing accusations against a former member, the Texas-native boy band BROCKHAMPTON responds to their changing environment on the colorful album, iridescence. Newly signed to RCA Records, BROCKHAMPTON offers up its unique sound with better and bolder production paired with the typically punchy lyrics…

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Schreck brings crucial U.S. document to life

A deeply vital, relevant piece of current political theatre, What the Constitution Means to Me, is an unexpected firecracker of a play running at the New York Theatre Workshop through Oct. 28. Written and, for the most part, performed by Heidi Schreck, this 90-minute cross between memory play, political activism and a history lesson is…

Coming soon to NYC: Turkish artist’s skull of many skulls
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Coming soon to NYC: Turkish artist’s skull of many skulls

After four and a half years of work and a budget of $1 million, Kurdish artist Ahmet Günestekin has finished his latest piece, “Chamber of Immortality.” Currently on display in his home country of Turkey, “Chamber of Immortality” is expected to travel throughout Europe in London and Berlin before being welcomed in New York City….

Ernie and Bert are just friends, insists Sesame Workshop Twitter statement
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Ernie and Bert are just friends, insists Sesame Workshop Twitter statement

Individuality and freedom of expression are two tenets of American culture. Nevertheless, throughout American history, the LGBTQ community has faced adversity and suppression from numerous fronts to silence their voices and identities. Although LGBTQ rights have risen to prominence in recent years, the conversation to address this shifting social paradigm is still heavily divided among…

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