The latest installment of “The Hunger Games” franchise, “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” was released Nov. 17 and has led North American box office sales for two weekends since.
Daphne DluzniewskiSenior Staff Writer
Daphne is an Arts & Culture writer from Austin, Texas. She is planning on studying International and Public Affairs. Her passions include cats, running and Phoebe Bridgers.
On Nov. 10, indie-folk artist Searows released his EP “End Of The World.” Wistful and nostalgic, the songs pose as vignettes of a life once forgotten.
In 2014, Taylor Swift shocked the music industry with the release of “1989,” signaling her transition from country music sweetheart to city-girl pop star. This year, fans are returning to iconic hits like “Style” and “Blank Space” with “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” released Oct. 27 — ...
The mid-season finale of “American Horror Story: Delicate” left audiences disappointed.
Band’s latest EP reveals songs not included on previous album, sets itself apart from band’s earlier work
Doja Cat shifts towards a new style in “Scarlet,” but fails to deliver the musical revolution she promised.
The fourth and final season of British dramedy “Sex Education” — released on Netflix Sept. 21 — is as shocking, heartfelt and bawdy as its predecessors.
Drawing on the imagery of nature and celestial bodies, Mitski has created a piece of art that is chilling, soulful and stunningly cohesive.
Olivia Rodrigo's sophomore album “GUTS,” released Sept. 8, follows in the footsteps of “SOUR” with its rock-style instrumentals and vulnerable songwriting.
New show “Jury Duty” succeeds in creating wholesome, happy laughs.