Thursday, November 20, 2014
BY KATHLEEN DAVIS
“The people working (at People’s Choice) at that time were here because they were willing to put themselves on the line in order to get people the medicine they need,” Daryl said.
BY CAROLINE FILIPS
As a physics major and musician, Perfitt maintains a favorable balance between the realm of explainable scientific theories and the intangible euphoria of the creative process.
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
Where is the dividing line between art and artist? Does such a line even exist?
BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS
Written by series co-creator Michael Schur (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”), the episode truly understands its characters as they’re locked in their old workplace.
BY KENNETH SELANDER
Bizarre adds a little bit of flavor with his expected antics, but in the end “Juice & Gin,” proves to be an average, lower-budget music video.
BY CHLOE GILKE
Countless colors and illustrations dance across the interior of the Ann Arbor specialty shop, swirling and careening from wall to wall with the inscrutable beauty of a stoner’s dream.
BY AKSHAY SETH
This is the only movie I’ve ever seen in a theater that demanded I be there for the next showing. The ending inspires this fanatic kind of commitment, one bordering on a hit of cocaine. And it’s done without words.
BY CAROLYN DARR
The Ark presents a pretty broad range of genres: blues and bluegrass, singer/songwriter and that whole gamut of rootsy Americana kind of music.
BY REBECCA LERNER
By the end, it is impossible to know who and where the scheming and violence are coming from, but the trailer pulls us in enough to make us wonder where it’s going
BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY
The unplugged sound McCartney’s production brings to Rihanna and Kanye is smooth and enriched, allowing the singers to show what they can really do.