Four years since her debut and an absent online presence, Melanie Martinez released her sophomore record, K-12 alongside a full-length movie of the same name. The Queens-born artist has been known for her concept projects in the past, yet she fails to creatively continue any interesting story on K-12.Read More
Birkenstocks and socks: trendy or a faux-pas?
-Mackenzie L.Read More
The return of the Losers Club as adults in IT Chapter Two demonstrates what many people enjoyed about the first film: the characters. Both films are driven by character development; however, Chapter Two shows maturity.Read More
On Sept. 7, skateboarders from all around New York City gathered at the northwest corner of Tompkins Square Park to celebrate their win over their summer-long battle with the Parks Department over keeping the asphalt in the northwest corner of the park known as “Training Facility”, or TF for short.Read More
Adding to her long list of name-dropped icons of Americana, the New York native pop songstress Lana Del Rey dropped her sixth studio album entitled Norman Fucking Rockwell! in August. Much like the 20th century illustrator himself, Lana Del Rey captures the minutiae of life with a unique perspective that has finally solidified with a star-spangled sense of self and confidence on the new record.Read More
In honor of Marvel Comics’ 80th anniversary, a number of writers and artists were brought together to celebrate with the release of a special issue–Marvel Comic No. 1000. The issue however was met with controversy when the text by Captain America was changed entirely.Read More
Can I wear white after Labor Day?
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Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift released her seventh studio album, Lover, on Aug. 23 about her past and current relationships, with some political messages thrown in.Read More
I really want to buy crocs, but I don’t know if I should. Will it be fire, or will I look stupid?”Read More
BROCKHAMPTON has proclaimed themselves as a boy band in the past, however their sound never really reflected the pop genre that commonly embodies the label of being a boy band.Read More
As a hidden pillar of pop over much of the past decade, producer Mark Ronson takes center stage and diverts from his signature upbeat funk style to wearing a broken heart on his sleeve with his fifth studio album, Late Night Feelings.Read More
Taylor Swift is the subject of another online debate following her 2019 Billboard Award performance.Read More
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum should be a lot better than it is. The latest in a popular action series full of coherently shot and beautifully lit action sequences, with a compelling world of international assassins, Chapter 3 picks up on many of the cues that set its predecessors apart from the traditional fare of action films.Read More
In what seems to be the love child between a haunted house and an escape room, Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More is an immersive theater experience that stands apart from the rest.Read More
Like every indie rock band from the 2000s that was successful, Vampire Weekend has finally ended its hiatus to return with a new album, Father of the Bride. In the lead-up to the release of the album, the band was able to keep its structure as a group, even with the departure of producer and instrumentalist, Rostam Batmanglij.Read More
It's hard not to see the parallels between Broadway musicals Hadestown and Hamilton: the two started off as concept albums, had world premieres in New York and within a few years, made it onto Broadway, garnering over a dozen Tony nominations.Read More
The 71st Costume Institute Gala took place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 6.
The invite-only Met Gala takes place on the first Monday of every May, with a different theme each year that is centered on the theme of the new exhibition displayed at the Met.Read More
In celebration of Sesame Street’s 50th anniversary on television, New York City’s Mayor Bill de Blasio honored the show’s legacy by permanently naming the intersection between West 63rd Street and Broadway “Sesame Street.”Read More
From the Beacon Theatre down to the Tribeca Film Center on Greenwich Street, the 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival arrived in New York City on April 24, bringing with it two weeks of feature and short film premieres, Tribeca Talk special events, revivals and immersive forms of film experiences.Read More
With obligatory cameos and a world of references, Marvel movies are always full of references to the various branches of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Avengers: Endgame is built upon character moments and relationships from previous films, and while there are big, obvious references to Marvel’s other movies, there are also small touches for the watchful eyes of fans paying close attention. Here’s some of the moments viewers could have missed.Read More