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Review: Collaborative album eases into chilled tunes

By | Dec 11, 2019

Pete Tong, HER-O and Jules Buckley’s new album “Chilled Classics” is a mixture of instrumental songs that tell stories through beautiful vocals.


Review: Seth Meyers stand-up special is fresh and comedic

By | Nov 18, 2019

Seth Meyers’ stand-up comedy Netflix special, “Lobby Baby,” is light-hearted and genuinely funny.


Step team shares culture through movement

By | Oct 30, 2019

The stage lights fade up as four members of the step team D.O.P.E.


Review: “Insatiable” is a bizarre romp through society’s toxicity

By | Oct 23, 2019

“Insatiable” is a wild and satirical Netflix series.


Review: Restaurant in IC Square has great food at great value

By | Oct 9, 2019

When he was a senior at Binghamton University, Sung Kim combined Korean recipes with New York City-style street food flavors.


Review: Indie-pop album embodies “All The Feels”

By | Oct 8, 2019

Fitz and The Tantrums, the six-person indie-pop and neo-soul band from Los Angeles is on a high note with its new album.


Q&A: Director works toward future of Park Productions

By | Oct 8, 2019

John Fucile, an award-winning filmmaker, is the newest director of Park Media Lab in the Roy H.


Review: Netflix cooks up fun with “The Chef Show”

By | Sep 30, 2019

Buttermilk fried chicken; lamb al pastor tacos; Hangtown fry; tomato carrot salad; linguini and clams; and french onion soup are only some of the many dishes that will make the viewer hungry while watching “The Chef Show.” This Netflix documentary series is a spin-off of filmmaker Jon Favreau’s 2014 film “Chef,” and it stars Favreau and chef Roy Choi, who team up to create delicious food.


Review: Netflix anime is clear and melodic

By | Sep 9, 2019

“Carole & Tuesday” is an anime Netflix series that depicts the music industry in the futuristic world of Alba City, Mars.


Review: Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why'” has killer dramatic presence

By | Sep 2, 2019

“13 Reasons Why” is a thrilling Netflix series about life, death, truth and lies.


Review: Show’s feminist message lost in its comedy

By | Aug 28, 2019

“GLOW,” which stands for “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling,” uses a fictional portrayal of ’80s televised women’s wrestling to explore the complex lives of a diverse group of female characters.