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Nokia and Minaj Light Up Times Square

By | Apr 8, 2012

I’m a huge sucker for events like these that involve Times Square’s LED monitors as art rather than just advertising space (Down with Capitalism! Boo! Hiss!), and all things neon in general.

84th Annual Oscar Breakdown

By | Feb 27, 2012

I gotta say, this years Oscars has been a rather dull exercise, save for JLo’s wardrobe-malfunction, Crystal’s questionable judgement in using blackface, and Sacha Baron Cohen spilling the alleged ashes of Kim Jong-Il on Ryan Seacrest.

IC’s “The Magic Flute” a Fantastic Fusion of Language and Performance

By | Feb 26, 2012

Up until now, I’ve never seen a main-stage production at Dillingham, something that I’m very ashamed to admit. Seeing Mozart’s Magic Flute opening night especially increased that feeling of “Why T F didn’t I see these sooner?!”

Be Amazed by Four Minutes of “John Carter”

By | Feb 26, 2012

This movie officially marks the centenary of John Carter’s creation by Edgar Rice Burroughs, and just by viewing this extended scene, it’s no surprise how ridiculous of a difference one-hundred years in cinema makes.

Flop Turned Cult Classic “Newsies” to Grace Broadway

By | Feb 19, 2012

The once box—office musical flop turned “DCOM” darling Newsies comes to Broadway starting March 15th!

New ICTV Show: Dual Redundancy

By | Feb 19, 2012

And now time for a shameless self-promotional plug for a show I started PA’ing for this semester. It’s called Dual Redundancy and it’s quite the kick-ass podcast turned webisode, debuting on ICTV

Year of the Prequels? Before Watchmen and Prometheus to Debut Over Summer

By | Feb 13, 2012

In a move that seems like double-sacrilege following 2009’s movie, DC Comics announced seven “Watchmen” prequels to be released this summer, sans writer Alan Moore or artist Dave Gibbons. I can only think of the Star Wars Prequels in terms of what to expect

Book of Mormon Goes National

By | Feb 2, 2012

Broadway fans, you’re in for a treat. After massive acclaim last February, “The Book of Mormon,” a religious satirical musical, will begin a national tour beginning Aug. 14