The director retreads his own old territory in an attempt to maintain relevance with his well-made but underwhelming eighth film.
Gina Lopez gives an overview of some strategies and services that can help you have a great time without breaking the bank.
Marissa Vertes gives a perfect Valentine’s Day recipe that will take just over two hours to make
Under Armour, Jawbone and Fitbit all released new products for 2016 that have taken the fitness world by storm.
After a three-year wait, Rihanna breaks expectations with her new LP.
Legendary singer’s final record is a dazzling, bizarre and uninhibited foray into experimental jazz and art rock.
Sia’s newest album “This is Acting” carries the talent, but not the power and sincerity she has delivered in the past.
The ensemble comedy keeps fans coming back by delving deeper into the absurd antics of its characters.
Director William Brent Bell delivers another supernatural filler that, despite its twist, fails to fully engage the viewer.
Typically Never sits down with WMUA General Manager Andrew DesRochers to talk about 2015 and the year ahead.
The University Museum of Contemporary Art celebrates Black History Month by exhibiting a video dialogue on what it means to be a black male.
Jen Potluri gives an overview of the well-lauded actor’s rise and major roles.
The new show, from co-creators Steve and Nancy Carell, annoys more than amuses in its attempt to lampoon police procedurals.
Rickety stop-motion puppetry reveals a pulsating, human heart.
Following his dominant 2015 run, “Purple Reign” finds Future returning to his roots.
William Doolittle looks into five heartbreaking hits from 2015. Does Adele’s “Hello” crack the list?
The singer’s long-awaited debut album offers none of the charm of her previous releases.
Those who obsess over Steven Avery’s guilt or innocence miss the overall point.
Spike Lee creates an incendiary, revolutionary, operatic tour-de-force.