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Walk, walk, fashion baby

By | Feb 19, 2011

London Fashion Week 2011 is finally upon us. That means that all of London’s most esteemed and young designers are coming out for one week of models, catwalks, presentations and galleries, all in preparation for the new season of clothing lines and accessories.


Aaron Sorkin to visit 30 Rock

By | Feb 16, 2011

Acclaimed “Social Network” screenplay writer Aaron Sorkin is set to guest star in an upcoming episode of “30 Rock” in March or April, sources confirm. Sorkin has already garnered heavy praise for his Academy Award-nominated script, so seeing him on “30 Rock” will be a nice little treat.


Nicki Minaj gets creepy with The Lonely Island

By | Feb 13, 2011

I love me some Nicki Minaj. She recently partnered up with the funny boys from The Lonely Island to produce a comedy music video that comes off the heels of their popular hits “I’m on a Boat,” “I Just Had Sex,” “J— in My Pants” and much more. The new song, “The Creep,” aired on…


BAFTA Rising Stars

By | Feb 11, 2011

This Sunday, I’ll be heading out to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts red carpet for this year’s award ceremony. One of the awards I’m particularly interested in is the Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award. Every year since 2006, young film and TV stars have been given this award in honor of their…


The verdict on Spider-Man is out

By | Feb 8, 2011

“Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark,” the new multi-million-dollar musical by Julie Taymor and The Edge, got slammed by The New York Times this week. Ben Brantley gave the show a less-than-stellar review and Patrick Healy, arts writer for the Times, double-teamed the show with a feature highlighting how critics in the city weren’t giving a…


Leighton Meester doesn’t want you to touch her…stuff.

By | Feb 6, 2011

Leighton Meester, star of the ever-popular Gossip Girl series, was featured in a College Humor video this week where she sends a much-needed message to the world. In all honesty, I’ve watched this video about 100 times since it came out and I think it’s important that I share it with you all. It’s even…


Kristen Stewart as Snow White: it could happen

By | Feb 3, 2011

Before you go sloshing around and kicking all over the place, hear me out. First, the news: Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Kristen Stewart, star of the hit movie saga “Twilight,” has been offered the part of Snow White in “Snow White and the Huntsman,” a remake of the classic Disney princess film. The film…


Why ‘Glee’ could go on forever (but won’t)

By | Feb 2, 2011

While sitting in my British Comedy class last week, my professor said something that struck a chord with me. He pointed out how in the UK, many writers of popular shows will cut off their series at a very early stage. Take the UK (original) version of the now-hit show “The Office.” The celebrated series…


Cheer up, Charlie

By | Jan 30, 2011

Charlie Sheen has agreed to go to rehab. “Two and a Half Men” is shutting down for the time being. And SO many entertainment news sites are sweating profusely with the news. Just in case you haven’t heard, the CBS sitcom star has been battling with drugs, alcohol and other unsavory things for quite some…


Theater in Londontown

By | Jan 29, 2011

This semester I’m spending four months in London studying abroad through Ithaca College. As daunting of a step it was to sign away a semester of my life in a foreign country, I’m starting to get more acclimated to the country and oddly enough feeling very much at home. And of course, one of the…


Oscars, baby

By | Jan 25, 2011

It’s that time of year again. Movies get snubbed, some get glory. Here are my picks for this year. What are you thinking for this year’s nominees? Do your own ballot and share them in the comments.


How I Learned to Drive

By | Dec 10, 2010

I can say, hands down, that “How I Learned to Drive” is not only the best production of the semester, but the best straight play I’ve seen at the college since “The Exonerated,” which was the first show I ever saw at Ithaca.