Suffolk University’s Seriously Bent, NEU’s NU and Improv’d, and BU’s Liquid Fun joined BC’s Committee for Creative Enactments came together to throw down the best of their spontaneous comedic chops.
Taste in music can be as divisive as it is unifying. Working with my brother on a farm made this sentiment even more apparent.
In a performance in Alston Friday night, Juice feed the crowd beachy vibes, while William Bolton lulled listeners with calm, serene sounds, despite the storm raging outside.
In an industry obsessed with box office grosses and film rights acquisitions, film distributor A24 displays an affinity for artistic freedom and the merits of liberal expression.
In Ryan Reynolds best performance to date, Deadpool breaks from the established family-friendly formula, with crude humor and frequent disregard for the fourth wall.
When the world is listening through the internet, more pressure has been put on artists to conform. Accessibility has become a bigger issue as artists wish to appeal to a wider audience.
In a display of physical strength, grace, and agility, BC’s Dance Organization puts on another stunning show in its ‘Rumors’ performance.
Though some thoughtful lyrics and bluesy undertones bring interesting ideas to ‘The Psychedelic Swamp,’ the end product feels rather unpolished and amateur.
Head on out to see the Cohen Brothers’ ‘Hail, Caesar!’, Juice in concert, and Fetty Wap this weekend in the arts.
Though we would like to believe it, there really is no way to know who is best. Despite this, that does not stop us from proclaiming a victor.