Frances Ha is a coming-of-age story for adults.
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Susan Cain has hit the nail on the head. There is a difference between being shy and being introverted, and her 2012 …
Daft Punk takes their style in a bold, new direction.
Goldin, publisher of the Campus Times, recommends “The Oatmeal”
‘Oslo, August 31′ masterfully navigates through character, dialogue, and human drama.
HBO’s “Flight of the Conchords” offers a unique blend of humor and music.
CT Recommends: “Happy Endings,” for those days when you’re missing the golden era of sitcoms like “Friends” and “How I Met Your Mother.”
Comics Editor Kara Ng recommends HBO’s “Rome”
CT Recommends: “A Song of Ice and Fire,” the basis of HBO’s hit show “Game of Thrones.”
CT Recommends: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” the movie adaptation of the iconic coming-of-age novel.
CT Recommends: BriTANick, the incredibly funny, internet-based comedic duo known for hits like “Academy Award Winning Movie Trailer” and “A Monologue for Thee”
CT Recommends: Matisyahu, the Jewish musician with serious flair
CT Recommends: “PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone,” John Frusciante’s first foray into progressive synth pop
CT Recommends: The Inbetweeners, a crass and yet addictively funny sitcom too good to miss
CT: Recommends StarKid Productions. Because they’re “super-mega-foxy-awesome-hot.”
CT Recommends: Joywave, a local band with big potential.
CT Recommends: The band Television
CT Recommends: The Pigeon Detectives– the party music for when you’re sick of party music.
CT Recommends: The Wombats. “Let’s dance to Joy Division and celebrate the irony; everything is going wrong but we’re so happy!”
CT Recommends: “A Book of Luminous Things.” This anthology of poetry, edited by Czeslaw Milosz, is a favorite of poetry-lovers everywhere.