Free Saturday afternoon concert at the Mullins Center features enthusiastic audiences and performers.
Former Oasis guitarist and songwriter hints at some new sounds, but ultimately sticks to his trademark stadium-rock sound.
On “House of Cards,” the path to power is undermined by the inability to use that power.
“Parks and Recreation” will go down in history as one of the all-time great American sitcoms. Never quite a hit with ratings, “Parks and Rec” was a critical darling that managed to retain its quality comedic voice far longer than some of the greatest long-running shows in history. Its spiritual predecessor, “The Office,” provided seven incredible years of powerful comedic storytelling, but declined in quality to such an extent that the show’s legacy is forever tarnished. “Parks and Recreation,” on the other hand, lasted for only seven seasons, and it managed to keep its characters and situations feeling alive all…
Adam Scott’s role does nothing to make the film humorous or enjoyable.
Legendary English punk band, down to one original member, fails to excite on new release.
Vancouver garage-rock trio debuts with a set of fun, summery and catchy tunes.
Rapper takes his skills to new heights on consistent, strong third LP.
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“If You’re Reading This Too Late” fails to break new ground for the superstar rapper.
Swedish singer/songwriter’s third album is a strong collection of all-original songs.
Imagine Dragons fall prey to the dreaded sophomore slump on the uninspired “Smoke & Mirrors.”
Designers and brands like Wang, Lacoste and Furstenberg all brought something unique to the table.
UMass’ LGBTQ community holds a coffee shop-style performance night after dark at the popular campus eatery.
For Hollywood, winning in fashion is just as important as winning during award season.
The 87th annual Academy Awards get it right, mostly, in Sunday night’s ceremony.
From Sidney Poitier to David Oyelowo, Academy snubs black actors in positions of power.
Year after year the Academy overlooks film’s greatest talents and their work.
“Jupiter” is so atrocious, the Wachowskis siblings should just stop making movies now, says Eli Fine.
Matthew Vaughn’s latest masterfully balances well-timed comedy with high-stakes action.