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I have never personally been a fan of Ariana Grande, with her sickly-sweet pop sounds not appealing to my rock-loving roots. Her highly publicized romantic life with Pete Davidson pushed me further away. That being said, Sweetener, Grande’s newest album released on Aug. 17, changed my mind.
If you have a past, present or future in theater, you have heard of Samuel Beckett’s famous Waiting for Godot. Godot’s main characters are two friends, Vladimir and Estragon, who are, you guessed it, waiting for Godot, a named yet unseen character of seeming importance — if you consider anything in this play important.
Cardi B’s first full-length studio album Invasion of Privacy had been out for a week when it reached number one on the Billboard 200 albums list and became the most-streamed album by a female performing artist on Apple Music.
I’m a sucker for musicals and anything involving Sara Bareilles, so naturally I tuned in to Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert on NBC, which aired on Easter Sunday at 8 p.m.
On Saturday, March 5, The Hopkins Symphony Orchestra took a leap in a new, more modern direction by introducing a new element to the classical concerts they are known for: beatboxing. The Hopkins Symphony Orchestra is a group composed of students, alumni, faculty and musicians from the community.
I prided myself for a long time on never watching The Bachelor. For some reason, not watching that show made me feel like a better person, like I didn’t need to sink down to the level of trashy TV and getting involved in the lives of people I didn’t know.
The Shape of Water is the most original movie I have seen this year, possibly ever. The film is a mélange of romance, drama, comedy and horror, perfectly blending all its elements into something truly mystical.
“It’s a Small World” has never been creepier. A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About The Death of Walt Disney at the Single Carrot Theatre is playing from Feb. 2 to Feb. 25, and it’s everything your childhood nightmares are made of — maybe your current nightmares too.
With the stress of midterms upon us, many students are looking for a place to let their guard down and forget about grades for a while, myself included.