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Grammy Awards ultimately continue to disappoint

Even before they started, the odds didn’t seem in favor of this year's Grammy Awards. The original date of the ceremony was first postponed from Jan. 31 due to the influx of Omicron in the United States. More recently, J-Hope and Jungkook from the world-famous boy band BTS, who were set to ...

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‘X’ brings dark hilarity on ride of crazed desire

In A24’s newest slasher horror “X,” Director Ti West gives the trope of a snarly, cannibalistic, white-shift-wearing old lady — which has been featured in films such as “Paranormal Activity,” “Legion,” “It Follows” and “The Visit” — a new spin. It will do well to not spoil ...

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‘Tall Girl 2’ ultimately falls short

Since 2018, Netflix has produced a consistent slate of rom-coms and teen coming-of-age movies, from “The Kissing Booth” to “Sierra Burgess is a Loser.” While some are more well-known than others, ultimately these films have come to be a new category of binge-worthy teen comfort films.  ...

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‘RENT’ comes to College Hill

On Friday night, Musical Forum’s production of Jonathan Larson’s “RENT” hit the stage of Alumnae Hall.  It began with a spotlight on Mark Cohen, played by Anna Davis ’24, who made her way down the aisle that divided the audience in two. Transforming Mark — traditionally a ...

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‘Drawing Closer’ opens at RISD Museum

After several pandemic-related delays, the Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art unveiled “Drawing Closer” to the public. The show opened March 13 and will remain on view until Sept. 4.  “Drawing Closer” pays “special attention to the materials” and their relationship ...

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Chance Emerson finds his stride

Of all the names on the campus music scene, Chance Emerson ’23.5 is likely one of the most widely known. Since getting his start by self recording what would become his first EP in the attic of his high school’s music building, he’s released a debut album, amassed over 24,000 monthly listeners ...

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‘KIMI’ revamps, digitizes thriller genre

Released on HBO Max, Steven Soderbergh’s “KIMI” shows the auteur’s unfailing mastery. Despite its small screen release, “KIMI” tells a pulse-pounding tale of survival in a kinetic era in which fears of tech surveillance, privacy invasion and artificial intelligence inventions outwitting ...

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