French house musician Kavinsky crafts a strong first album with funk-driven vibes and heavy synth-pop sound.
Performances shine in Kitchen Theatre Company’s “Crooked,” a coming-of-age play written by Catherine Trieschmann.
Atlas Genius debuts its first album with strong instrumentals and dance-inducing beats.
Acting and writing fail to stimulate in the film adaptation of the original novel, “Beautiful Creatures.”
Film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ novel “Safe Haven,” shines with cast and directing.
Confusing plot, lackluster acting and unrealistic script in film, “A Glimpse Inside the Mild of Charles Swan III.”
Ithaca Shakespeare Company delivers a strong and entertaining production of William Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice.”
Disc jockey Flux Pavilion misfires with his new album, “Blow the Roof.”
Indie rock band Beach Fossils blend bright sound and melancholy vocals in a strong new album.
Bruce Willis and Jai Courtney star in “Die Hard” revival.
“Fire Emblem: Awakening” refines the Tactical Role Playing Genre and maintains classic features.
Foals explores a wide range of subgenres in their new album “Holy Fire.”