A Night at the Opera

WORKSHOP SHOWCASES STUDENT TALENT On a frigid, gloomy afternoon, the lights dimmed in the SCC theater, leaving only a vague outline of the pianist to the right of the stage patiently waiting to play and fake sun owners hoping to […]

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“Wakanda Forever”

“BLACK PANTHER” LIVES UP TO HYPE The Marvel film we’ve all been waiting for has finally premiered. On Feb. 16, “Black Panther” blessed the big screen. The fillm features a beautiful, dominant black cast, an all- black produced soundtrack and […]

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24K Magic in the Air

DIVERSITY DOMINATES THE GRAMMYS This year’s Grammy Awards may have represented a changing of the guard in the music industry. A diverse group of nominees opened up the possibility of the industry moving forward; however, the artists who brought home […]

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Spooning in Public

“THE ROOM” LEAVE SPACE FOR LAUGHTER “Spoons!” was the first thing I heard, before a storm of plastic silverware hailed down on the second row in Pacific Place Theater. “The Room,” director Tommy Wiseau’s love-child of 2003, returned to the […]

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Not a Disaster

A GOOD FILM ABOUT A BAD FILM. “The Disaster Artist” seems to exist to answer the one question that is asked about all bad movies: “How did this film get made?” To its credit, the movie does try to answer […]

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Family Matters

STUDENTS GET REAL IN BRIGHTON BEACH Whether it’s the Great Depression or Great Recession, FDR or Donald J. Trump, family matters aren’t always pretty. From 15-year-old Eugene Jerome Morris’ perspective, he is the only bright, livelybeing in his female-dominated household. […]

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