After more than a year and a half of minor changes, Nintendo finally released its last free update for the popular quarantine game “Animal Crossing: New Horizons.”
Taylor Swift released the highly anticipated album "Red (Taylor's Version)," on Nov. 12, and she did not disappoint.
My first encounter with Lindsey Jordan’s solo project, Snail Mail, was through random Spotify recommendations. Her previous album, “Lush,” was recommended to me constantly, along with an array of songs when putting together playlists.
This week on Pop Culture Convos our entertainment editor David Kwiatkowski sits down with assistant entertainment editors Sean Scott and Maggie Peña to discuss who is the music industry.
When I first read “Dune," it took me two tries. Frank Herbert’s space opera defined a genre and changed science fiction forever, but I’m not kidding myself — it’s a dense book.
"Why Do A24 Horror Movies Hit Different?" is the 9th episode of The Miami Student's entertainment podcast, Pop Culture Convos This week on Pop Culture Convos our entertainment editor David Kwiatkowski sits down with assistant entertainment editor Sean Scott to discuss the history of A24 and why they make the best horror movies.
Less stripped down than “Chemtrails” and less groundbreaking than “Norman Fucking Rockwell,” “Blue Banisters” won’t make waves in the Lana universe. She’ll still be remembered for “NFR” critically and “Born to Die” commercially, and I accept that.
I’ve loved Coldplay’s style and conceptual mindset since I first heard the songs “Viva La Vida” and “Yellow” as a child. This album has everything from alternative rock to pop techno, plus many collaborations with other artists.
Listen, I love a good fall film. I’m right with Campus and Community Editor Lexi Whitehead’s vibey fall movies list (“Fantastic Mr. Fox” and “Scooby Doo” were inspired picks, truly). But it’s spooky season, not pretty leaf season.
Every year, my mom and I would come home after trick-or-treating, and we’d drink hot chocolate while going through my haul to make sure none of the candy was tampered with. But my favorite part of this night was always watching “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”
After many years of hearing Ariana Grande’s high belts and whistle notes, we finally get to hear her wisdom as the new coach in NBC’s “The Voice.”
“Dancing with the Stars” had an action-packed second night in the ballroom Tuesday where dancers performed as everyone’s favorite Disney villains.
On June 30, 2020, fans of hip-hop trio Injury Reserve awoke to the news of group member Steppa J Groggs’ death at just 32.
The connection between artist and audience can’t be found online. Even a live streamed concert doesn’t produce the same energy as a concert in a dimly-lit stadium with flashing neon lights and bass notes you can feel through the floor.
When I turn on the TV, I don’t want to be constantly reminded of the unfair treatment I can — and do — experience every day. It seems as though Hollywood is sending a message that Black creativity can only be accepted if it is focused on our struggle and oppression.