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‘Star Wars: the Clone Wars’ is coming back: here’s what you need to know

In case you haven’t noticed, “Star Wars” is big right now. The sequel trilogy just ended, “The Mandalorian’s” Baby Yoda is the Internet’s sweetheart and to the joy of many fans, “Star Wars: the Clone… Read More...

Mitch Albom brings audience to tears

When Mitch Albom ’79 finished his talk last Thursday night, there was not a single dry eye in the room. Albom spoke for almost an hour in Spingold Theater about his most recent novel “Finding… Read More...

Living it up on top at Hadestown

All aboard the railroad car! Next stop: Anaïs Mitchell’s “Hadestown.” This Broadway musical addresses the struggles of the 21st century through the storyline of an ancient Greek tragedy.  Hadestown brings to life the ancient Greek… Read More...

‘Raid: Shadow Legends’ is absolute trash

“Forget everything you know about mobile games” is their tagline. But you shouldn’t. “Raid: Shadow Legends” belongs in the lowest depths of hell that is the industry of mobile gaming. It is guilty of the… Read More...

How to Watch Netflix’s ‘The Witcher’

Generally speaking, I try to focus on the positive aspects of a new film or show. I try to talk about the parts of the work that other critics might overlook. And while I did… Read More...

And the Oscar goes to: anybody but the nominees

I watch the Academy Awards every year and I complain about the Academy Awards every year. Like clockwork, I anticipate the list of nominations in January, knowing I’ll be disappointed to see the same problematic… Read More...

Koslofsky’s Corner: yikes, I’m in love with Noah Baumbach

There’s something masochistic about turning on a Noah Baumbach movie. If you’re unfamiliar, this is the writer/director who broke into the mainstream with “The Squid and the Whale” (2005), an excruciating, autobiographical riff on his… Read More...

In season three, ‘Mrs. Maisel’ is still mostly marvelous

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” an Emmy-award-winning show, debuted its third season by the end of 2019. While the show still delivered on its trademark features such as witty, fast paced dialogue, dazzling performances and an… Read More...

The best of video game soundtracks

What do I mean by “best soundtracks?” As much as I would love to analyze the composition of these pieces and give you a very technical answer, my education in music theory stopped prematurely when… Read More...

The ambitious paintings of the senior midyear exhibition

Brandeis University might not have the most rigorous fine arts program in all of New England, but our student painters possess more than enough skill and creativity to stand out in a gallery. Any skeptics… Read More...
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