Goodbye Callie Adams Foster
I understood Callie and seeing even the tiniest piece of me in her story, I couldn’t help but keep watching her until the end of “The Fosters,” and then onto “Good Trouble,” because I wasn’t ready to let go. Hers and mine are not the same story but I know it represents a lot of teenagers who are facing a brokenness they already feel is so inescapable in their young lives.
Eternals’ pain on the critic’s mind
The writers really expected us to care about heroes that we just met and are only given short scenes to get to know. There are literally 10 characters in the Eternals, and none of them are prioritized over the end of the world story where *SPOILER ALERT* the world doesn’t end.
hedwig and the angry inch
“Hedwig and the Angry Inch” brings identity euphoria to those on and off stage
The show guided me through an emotional rollercoaster, identity crisis, and musical bombardment all in one.
Alexandra Cousteau makes waves in contemporary ocean conservation
In her presentation this past week, Alexandra Cousteau, a world-renowned environmental advocate, offered a glimmer of hope in an age of overwhelming nihilism.
Orville Peck subverts country music conventions with “Bronco”
In this new “bro-country” movement, subversion is completely lost, which is why someone like Orville Peck, with the first two chapters of his latest album “Bronco,” is so important for this era of country music.
The rise and fall of the BlackBerry dynasty
The true main appeal of the BlackBerry phones to teenagers, like anything else, was that their friends had one. Even as a pre-teen myself, I had this constant fear of missing out on joining friend groups and conversations that only took place on the coveted and exclusive BBM.
Beyond Van Gogh exhibit creates an experience almost worth its price
Beyond Van Gogh was created by creative director Mathieu St-Arnaud and his team at Normal Studio in Montreal and has spread across the world.