Ava Weiner

Virtual reality possesses the power to control, manipulate and shape our own artificial world, offering a myriad of experiences that may be deemed impossible in real life.

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Andrew Brophy

Over the past several weeks, motivated by hyperactive fandom and a selfish desire to learn about the inside world of making video games, I’ve set forth on a journey to discover the best and brightest projects active in the independent role-playing game scene.

Valley 9000

I love Shakespeare-adaptation films that were clearly conceived by producers who never read more than the Sparknotes in high school — movies set in modern times with tangled romantic subplots that just barely seem to echo the old stories of the Bard.

“You can make so many different choices in your life that no matter what, at the end of the day you’re going to reach the destination.”

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An exploration of the fashion industry's role in national political discourse.

We’ve become a people who have to acquire more than one skill in order to prove we can do the thing we claim to know best, the best.

“Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk”
TriStar Pictures

Vin Diesel is as good as Steve Martin is bad, a surprising turn to say the least.

So, take advantage of the black expanse of each night. Let it all creep up on you. Set a brisk pace, hunker down in a coffee shop, or stare at your ceiling and just listen.


“Moana” proves once again that Disney is a master of storytelling.

Since seeing the show in August, I’ve fallen in love with the music, consuming every possible thing I can that’s related to the show.

It is made for the audacious kid that is still deep within all of us, itching to experience one more journey while we are still young.

Three Daily Arts Writers in various states of mind venture into the new and synthetic world of virtual reality.

John Mayer's new single "Love on the Weekend" ruminates on pleasent, fleeting romantic days.

Run For Cover

Petal's latest video release, ‘Chandelier Thief’ does a fantastic job reflecting the emotions of becoming distanced from an old lover or friend.

GOOD Music

John Legend’s fifth studio album release, Darkness and Light, does not disappoint.

Kasischke will be discussing her work with the director of the MFA Program, Doug Trevor, in a free-flowing conversational interview.

Focus Features

I walked into “Loving” confident I was about to see a film that would blow me away.

“Pacific Heat”

It’s a copy, but a worse one. A satire, but weaker. A show that, by all accounts, isn’t worth an investment.


Is it still enlightening to show how the mind of a racist works, or is it unfair to ask us to empathize with someone who won’t extend us the same kindness?

20th Century Fox

Comedy’s short shelf life is because of the fleeting nature of jokes; dated cultural references usually fail to align with newer audiences.