In the golden age of television, we find ourselves surrounded by an increasing number of great television shows, but it gets hard to choose.
Self-referential meta-art breaks the viewer’s immersion in a story, but gives them a new level of access to their beloved characters.
Even with absurd spectacle, the action genre features characters that get things done, which makes up for an oftentimes hollow plot.
Led by Jessica Dreswick on the mound and Tatiana Cortez and Lexi DiEmmanuele in the box, Boston College softball has never been better to watch.
This week’s Mysteries in Media examines the nature of evil and addiction in two songs.
When features editor Archer Parquette happens upon a large body of water, his mind immediately turns to the greatest activity he knows: canoeing.
Nicknames have stories tied to them that tell us so much about a person. In some ways, they are more representative of us than a given name possibly could.
This week’s Mysteries in Media focuses on the ending of ‘The Lobster’ and the meaning of ‘Coconut.’
Even if a performance falls a bit flat, one can still appreciate the energy and spirit that created the show.
In the first volume of the Mysteries in Media series, Assoc. Editor Schick explores what Meat Loaf won’t do for love and who Carly Simon thinks is so vain.