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July 15, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Everyday humanity explored in “Two Days, One Night”

By | Feb 12, 2015

Emphasized by a spectacular performance from Marion Cotillard, “Two Days, One Night” examines the boundaries of human empathy.

Review: ‘Full Speed’ can’t keep pace with hip-hop greats

By | Feb 11, 2015

Kid Ink’s newest album, “Full Speed,” bungles his genre with inconsistent style and lack of lyrical prowess.

Handwerker exhibits offer two sisters’ origin stories

By | Feb 4, 2015

“Origin Stories: Altar Apparitions” and “Origin Stories: Alien Apostles” offer two sisters’ views on land ownership and identity.

Review: Strong performances propel underwritten narrative

By | Feb 4, 2015

Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain and David Oyelowo star in “A Most Violent Year,” driving a sometimes dull storyline.

Photography exhibits make authenticity their focus

By | Jan 29, 2015

Adjacent exhibits, “Staged, Performed, Manipulated” and “Margaret Bourke-White: from Cornell student to visionary photojournalist,” explore the meaning of truth in photography.

Review: Prolific sniper’s biopic ultimately misses the mark

By | Jan 29, 2015

Directed by Clint Eastwood, “American Sniper” proved a one-dimensional and disappointing film.

Review: ‘Tetsuo and Youth’ provides intellectual wordplay

By | Jan 28, 2015

Lupe Fiasco returns with his final album before his split from Atlantic Records, bringing high-caliber raps.

Review: Indie band returns with album dedicated to fans

By | Jan 28, 2015

The Decemberists’ seventh studio album, “What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World,” pleases fans with an updated, folksy sound.

Review: Doo-wop and pop collide in Trainor’s new album

By | Jan 22, 2015

Though Meghan Trainor produces some catchy tunes in her newest album, “Title” devolves into a jumble of genres, making for a confusing listen.

Review: Synthetic sounds disappoint in Guster’s new album

By | Jan 21, 2015

Straying from their characteristically indie sound, Guster produces lackluster synthetic vibes in “Evermotion.”

Semi-autobiographical play explores friendship and growth

By | Jan 21, 2015

“Count Me In,” written by and starring Rachel Lampert and directed by Emily Jackson, is being performed at the Kitchen Theater from Jan. 14 to Feb. 1.

Review: Cumberbatch’s performance drives Turing biopic

By | Jan 15, 2015

Directed by Morten Tyldum and starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Kiera Knightly, “The Imitation Game” reveals the story of a little-known cryptographic genius punished for his homosexuality.