Have you noticed something odd about Netflix’s comedy specials? A lot of the trailers either promote them as “Jokes of Mass Destruction! #TriggerWarning Snowflake!” or “No Balls, No Patriarchy, No Problem: A Female Comics Journey.” Even the specials themselves have a certain duality to them.
Each year, all of us at the Press look back on the long summer break and try out best to pick out the music that defined the season for us. Here are our songs for the summer.
Brought to you this week by Roslyn Thorne Walking from Roosevelt to Tabler, you notice the lights of a residential neighborhood. You realize you haven’t left campus in…
As I sit here writing almost a year later, the United Nations is gearing up for its Climate Action Summit. It just so happens another artistic relic from (I guess this is some sort of magic number) 48 years ago is coming to mind today.
Black, Latino and LGBT communities have used music and dance as a coping and articulation mechanism for the painful condition of disenfranchisement. For black victims of Apartheid South Africa, it was the Afro-synth bubblegum disco that ignited activism.
Joe Keery, better known as Steve “The Hair” Harrington, released his debut solo album on September 13, under the moniker “Djo.”
The Jonas Brothers are back, and they’ve had sex!
In the nine years since the movie, the iconography of the “Scott Pilgrim” franchise has outgrown both the books and the film, and for obvious reasons. We recently got to speak with O’Malley about why the love for “Scott Pilgrim” is still going strong, where he gets his inspiration from and what he’s got in store for the future.