Thanksgiving break is getting closer every day — and so, too, is the premiere of TBS’s upcoming mystery-comedy, “Search Party.”
Arts & Culture
The first annual Law and Order Party Awards, the Dorrys, were held Sept. 27 at Aurora Providence.
Student cover band Banana ripened this past weekend at “Gigs on the Grass.”
Most student films do not reach quite the same scale as “Into Nowhere.”
The Wind Symphony, conducted by Senior Lecturer in Music Matthew McGarrell, will play its first concert of the year over Family Weekend.
The first annual “Gigs on the Grass” showcased student performances at Pembroke field, culminating in a “Battle of the Bands.”
Oct. 14 moving.media@brown screened “Orgasm Inc.,” a 2009 documentary directed by filmmaker Liz Canner ’91.
Shades of Brown, a multicultural and multi-ethnic a capella group, will perform over Family Weekend to mark its 30th anniversary.
The Brown University Oncology Research Group will throw its annual Food Truck Festival Oct. 22.
“Birth of a Nation,” the story of Nat Turner’s 1831 slave revolt, opened in theaters Friday. But films like “Birth of a Nation” don’t just open.