Author Archives: The A&E Department

Ring Around the Rosie
art by Klaire Geller

Jousts, Heists, and a Twisted Game of Candy Crush

Jousts, Heists, and a Twisted Game of Candy Crush

From medieval murder mysteries to singing and dancing candy to the glamor of the roaring ‘20s, SING! 2017 was sensational from start to finish, and the memories made both onstage and offstage will undoubtedly stay with us for years to come. After such exuberant performances, it won’t be easy to go back to the usual

Events Calendar

Date Events Ongoing: Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change (Photography Show) @ ICP Museum (250 Bowery) Expanded Visions: 50 Years of Collecting @ The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art “A Bronx Tale” Play @ Longacre Theatre “Tattooed New York” Exhibit @ New York Historical Society The Orchid Show: Thailand @ New York

Events Calendar: October 14th – October 31st

Ongoing Art Show: “Jerusalem: 1000-1400: Every People Under Heaven” @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art Play: “Oh, Hello” @ Lyceum Theatre Musical: “Falsettos” @ Walter Kerr Theatre Art Show: “No Limits: Zao Wou-ki” @ Asia Society Art Show: “Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History” @ Brooklyn Museum Musical: “Jersey Boys” @ August Wilson Theatre Art

issue 3 crossword


Click here for a printer-friendly version of the crossword. Across “Feel the  ____” Their convention was in Cleveland This hot topic appeals especially to younger voters Debate moderator Forecast of the election outcome Trump’s running mate Subject of Bill Clinton’s biggest scandal Decides constitutionality of new laws Runner-up for the Republican nomination The Great ____ of

Summer Film and TV Round-up

Whether you were in theaters watching bad sequels or lounging at home with Netflix originals, this summer’s on-screen scenes have probably kept you busy enough to not start those college essays. The Arts & Entertainment department’s critics share their take on movies and T.V. shows that came out over the summer. Star Trek Beyond  By


No “Acting” Required to Love Sia’s New Album

Sia is no stranger to the music scene. Having written chart-toppers, from Rihanna’s “Diamonds” to Beyoncé’s “Pretty Hurts” to three songs in the movie adaptation of the musical “Annie,” the Australian singer-songwriter has proved that penning lyrics is no daunting challenge for her, regardless of the style of music. And she certainly succeeds with the

Get A Life: The Cultured Edition

Ongoing events FESTIVAL: MACY’S FLOWER SHOW Macy’s at Herald Square, 9th Floor 3/20 – 4/3 PLAY: “BOY” Clurman Theatre until 4/9 PLAY: “BLACKBIRD” Belasco Theater until 6/12 ART SHOW: “MUNCH AND EXPRESSIONISM” Neue Galerie until 6/13 PLAY: “THE CRUCIBLE” Walter Kerr Theater until 7/17 One-time events PARADE: ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE Fifth Avenue from 44th


The White Carpet

I woke up this morning, thinking about homework, finals, and just the struggles of life in general.  So, like any good high school student, I began procrastinating.  Trolling on Facebook, surfing the web, you know the drill. I was somewhere between watching a Beyoncé music video and halfheartedly listening to an MLK speech on the