Babe, wake up — Larry David is back. Yes, indeed. The new season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” has arrived and get this: it’s pretty good.
‘Picasso: War, Combat, and Revolution’ Review: Harvard Art Museums Cultivates a Chilling Representation of the Iconic Spanish Painter
The exhibition’s collaboration aims to allow students to practice critically analyzing art while also bringing striking pieces to the broader Harvard and Cambridge community.
Ozawa believed in the power of music to transcend time, space, nationality, class, and even itself, focusing on the common humanity to be found through music.
“Lisa Frankenstein” will linger long in the mind of its viewers. Its unanswered questions make for a mostly frustrating, but somewhat thrilling, film.
In her latest collection, Amber McBride spins together a beautiful web of interconnected pieces relating to her identity as a Black woman.
“Percy Jackson and the Olympians” has been a beacon of hope for fans seeking redemption from previous adaptations of Rick Riordan’s beloved series.
Out of all the theaters in all the world, “Casablanca” showed up in our local one, proving to audiences that it is a perfect watch for a Valentine’s Day date night.
"John Proctor is the Villain" provides profundity and levity, which neither detract from nor clash with each other, but instead enhance the show.
Used bookstores are the most eco-friendly way to buy a book. But why would one want to buy a book in the first place?
TikTok is changing the way books are written and sold, marked by an increased reliance on sexually explicit content to hook readers.