Arts and Entertainment
Despite initial doubts, Wonka manages to stand out in an era of the oversaturated market of remakes and reboots by sticking to the wonder and zaniness that made Roald Dahl's novels so popular.
Issue 10, Volume 114
The controversy surrounding Saltburn makes the film’s messaging much more convoluted than it is—the film’s overabundance of themes is its true impediment.
Issue 9, Volume 114
PinkPantheress attempts to create a larger-than-life concept album in Heaven Knows; she is primarily successful.
Issue 7, Volume 114
The release of the Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour film definitely proves Swift’s powerhouse status and continues her advocacy for artist autonomy.
Issue 5, Volume 114
Olivia Rodrigo doubles down on SOUR’s angst on GUTS.
Issue 2, Volume 114
We’ve interviewed a few major doll companies to see what their selling points are for their toys.
Issue 17, Volume 113
The Apple Store recommends that you download these apps for self improvement…or something!
Issue 15, Volume 113
That! Feels Good! is a concise and rambunctious epilogue to its 2020 predecessor, What’s Your Pleasure?.
Kali Uchis returns to music to create her most thematically focused album yet—a love letter to love itself—on Red Moon in Venus.
Issue 12, Volume 113
Paramore has changed their sound once again on This is Why, still retaining their signature socially-conscious lyrics.
Issue 11, Volume 113
Desire, I Want To Turn Into You is Caroline Polachek’s triumphant and daring return.
So you’re lonely on Valentine’s Day and your loved ones have passed on… I think it’s time to do your nails!!!
Issue 10, Volume 113
The movie The Couple Home for Christmas The Remix The Sequel: The Holidays Strike Back is an outstanding film about love and heartbreak in the big city.
Issue 8, Volume 113