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Transition from artist to activist

dc02010801.jpgIt was hard not to be entertained watching James Lecesne perform in Spingold Wednesday night, as he seamlessly transitioned between an array of characters during an excerpt from … Read More...

Despite strike, SAG Awards go on

dc02010802.jpgThe 14th annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards held at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center, aired this past Sunday.

The Writers Guild of America allowed its members to writ… Read More...

Tree needs to be axed

dc02010803.jpgAt a young age I had nightmares about a song that my family friend used to perform around a campfire late at night. The song, as I would later find out, was called “The Cat Came Back.… Read More...

Diabolically awful: five ridiculous portrayals of Satan

dc02010806.jpgSatan is a scary dude. The Prince of Darkness; he’s out to get us and make us into little bad dudes. While Satan may or may not be your favorite buddy (I’ll let the readers decide), … Read More...

Messiah

dc02010805.jpgEditor’s Note: The previous two installments of this story appeared in the Jan. 18 and Jan. 25 issues of Diverse City and detailed Khava’s discovery that she possessRead More...

Wearing your identity on your sleeve

It is remarkable how a simple image printed on a logo, or an advertisement, can capture the attention of thousands of individuals daily.

A successful company, organization, univ… Read More...

Student photography exhibit on HIV/AIDS epidemic

Many members of the Brandeis community may not have heard of the Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC). However, recent exhibitions have solidified the WSRC’s prominence … Read More...

Michael Clayton cleans up

With the announcement of the nominees for the Oscar, it can be expected that many people will head to the movie theater to watch the movies which received the coveted nominations. I… Read More...

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