Nov. 22, 2020

Remembering Alex Trebek’s most iconic “Jeopardy!” pop culture moments

The game show host became a symbol of Americana and daytime television throughout his 37-season stint on the show.

Nov. 20, 2020

REVIEW: ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ failure and persistence make wholesome drama

Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy) is a chess prodigy who must overcome childhood trauma and addiction. ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ is a seven-episode miniseries on Netflix that does not disappoint.

Nov. 15, 2020

REVIEW: Sam Smith’s “Love Goes” succumbs to overproduction

The album’s few dance tracks are the highlight while its excess of ballads falls flat.

Nov. 14, 2020

‘The Nanny’: A nostalgic sitcom that teaches lessons in identity for nostalgic November

When figuring out who you are, let “The Nanny” guide you.

Nov. 12, 2020

REVIEW: Ariana Grande drops new R&B-influenced album “Positions,” showcases new sound

REVIEW: Ariana Grande explores a new R&B side of her sound in her new album, “Positions.”

Nov. 09, 2020

Chilling creatures abound in quest for the best of Netflix horror

These horror movie monsters come in all shapes and sizes, from zombies to genetic hybrids.

Nov. 08, 2020

Review: Borat returns with comedic vulgarity but overdone narrative

Sacha Baron Cohen returns to wreak havoc on unsuspecting strangers while posing as a fictional Kazakh journalist.

Nov. 06, 2020

‘The Social Dilemma’ tells an alarming tale of surveillance capitalism

‘The Social Dilemma’ details how media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Google influence our reality.

Nov. 01, 2020

Four influential horror films that address the nature of race relations in America

hese horror films can provide some insight about issues regarding race.

Oct. 29, 2020

REVIEW: Comedy band Ninja Sex Party drops new album “The Prophecy”

Ninja Sex Party’s newest album continues the record of successful comedy albums.

Oct. 28, 2020

Celebrate Halloween with these TV Episodes

Haunted highlights from “Parks and Recreation,” “Community” and more favorites.

Oct. 26, 2020

Quest for the best in Netflix Horror: Paranormal Hauntings

Not all spirits are made equal, so here are the platform’s ghost films that truly spur nightmares.

Oct. 25, 2020

Elements that “The Witches” should take from the 1990 Film

The Witches came out this Thursday. Here are some elements from the original 1990 film we hope to see in the new movie.

Oct. 14, 2020

REVIEW: Lana Del Rey’s book, 'Violet Bent Backwards over the Grass'

“Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass” is the perfect book to read during the upcoming holiday season or gift it to a bookworm.

Oct. 13, 2020

How Romeo Santos’ music embodies the excellence of Hispanic Heritage

Hispanic Heritage month coming to an end, we took some time to shine a light on the “King of Bachata” and his influence on the Hispanic community.

Oct. 13, 2020

Eight SNL Halloween sketches to watch to kick off the Spooky Season

Halloween is almost here. These eight SNL sketches are great for getting into the full swing of spooky season.

Oct. 13, 2020

Quest for the Best in Netflix horror: The Terrors of Humanity

It’s time to uncover the terrifying hidden gems and chilling classics of the streaming platform’s horror movie lineup.

Oct. 05, 2020

How live stand-up and the comedy industry have been impacted due to COVID-19

Despite the impact and difficulties, new types of comedy have emerged and painted a picture of the future.

Oct. 05, 2020

Nine songs that highlighted Hispanic Heritage Month

These songs will be stuck in your head at the end of the playlist.

Oct. 05, 2020

REVIEW: Indie darling Sufjan Stevens explores faith with ‘The Ascension.'

The album evokes Christian themes without preaching to the listener.