Anthony Perasso is closing out his college career with an epic magnum opus: ‘The Book of Carney,’ the musical story of the nun who “founded” BC.
Even with absurd spectacle, the action genre features characters that get things done, which makes up for an oftentimes hollow plot.
In ‘The Lost City of Z’ the real quest of one man is brought to life as a dream of a lifetime is brought to fruition one step at a time in the jungles of the Amazon.
The popular scientist comes to the rescue as he delves into the world’s most pressing issues in Netflix’s ‘Bill Nye Saves the World.’
Few can tout a list of achievements as long as writer, journalist, and urban activist Jane Jacobs. With ties to Boston and Boston College, her work adopts an even more meaningful character.
Paramore hits ‘Hard Times,’ Lana Del Rey has a “Lust for Life,” and Maluma embraces the feel good in ‘Felices los 4’ this week in singles.
This week’s Mysteries in Media examines the nature of evil and addiction in two songs.
The stand-alone sequel to ‘Big Fat Liar’ is awful, terrible, and hideous in its quest to ruin the memories of a perfectly good movie.
Intriguing visuals in Kygo’s ‘It Ain’t Me’ music video, though engaging, ultimately do not yield any sense of fluidity or purposefulness.
From Barack’s Boys, to Amber Alerts, Asinine does not pull punches as it tackles a slew of subjects to elicit laughs and levity.