Insight

May. 14, 2020

8 things to do when classes end

A collection of activities for when classes end.

May. 10, 2020

The Dixie Chicks encourage fans to persevere, keep heads up in new single “Julianna Calm Down” following “Gaslighter” album delay

The Chicks’ mellow, heartfelt second single is exactly the pop-infused anthem is exactly what we need amid COVID-19 uncertainty.

Apr. 30, 2020

Emotional wounds come out in quarantine

During the COVID-19 pandemic, people scour for a source of comfort, support or love. It’s a month into social distancing, and now our exes are trying to reconnect via technology. So, what do we do when faced with this urge to respond?

Apr. 30, 2020

In defense of Instagram story trends

It’s not necessarily a bad thing to seek out social media for attention and validation right now.

Apr. 30, 2020

Old favorite TV shows bring comfort during crisis

In times of stress, watching a favorite TV show from the past might ease the pain

Apr. 30, 2020

COVID-19 puts perspective on friendships: personal and virtual

By utilizing technology during this time, new perspectives on life can be heard and valuable memories can be created.

Apr. 27, 2020

“The Witch Elm” offers spin on luck

Tana French has a usual routine of producing crime novels narrated by detectives. In her stand-alone novel, the new voice of a regular person is enticing.

Apr. 20, 2020

The Strokes take things slow with new album

There is something to be said for Casablancas’s blatant longing for the past and uncertainty about the future on this new 2020 record.

Apr. 19, 2020

The Weeknd has returned with his fourth studio album, “After Hours”.

‘You can find love, fear, friends, enemies, violence, dancing, sex, demons, angels, loneliness, and togetherness all in the After Hours of the night.’ - Abel Tesfaye, The Weeknd

Apr. 15, 2020

Comparing quarantine activities creates new problem during pandemic

Social media is now riddled with glamorous quarantine lives, and thousands are finding themselves at a loss for what to do.

Apr. 15, 2020

Phoebe Bridgers gives intimate Instagram Live concert ahead of incoming sophomore album “Punisher”

The indie rock musician gave a candid, comforting “social distancing” performance from her apartment on Friday via Pitchfork.

Apr. 13, 2020

Bust your boredom with these funny Twitter accounts

Forget about current events for a minute with a taste of the proverbial best medicine — laughter.

Apr. 13, 2020

Bingeing Through Quarantine: Week 1 with ‘Tiger King’

Netflix viewers everywhere are going crazy over the new docuseries “Tiger King,” and for good reason.

Mar. 08, 2020

Documentary ‘Crestone’ explores the nuances of a handful of Colorado Soundcloud artists

Documentary ‘Crestone’ offers True/False patrons a look into the life of a Colorado SoundCloud artist and others from an unconventional point-of-view.

Mar. 08, 2020

Pepe the Frog is finally saved by ‘Feels Good Man’

Arthur Jones makes his directorial debut with a funny, sad and incredibly informational film about a meme gone rogue.

Mar. 07, 2020

‘The Mole Agent’ harmonizes comedy, sadness

The spy complex is just a hook, “The Mole Agent” is a gratifying film on aging and abandonment that stirs the soul.

Mar. 07, 2020

The comical documentary ‘Dick Johnson is Dead’ highlights death in untraditional ways

Documentarian Kirsten Johnson uses her art form to cope with her father’s dementia.

Mar. 06, 2020

‘The Metamorphosis of Birds’ is heartbreaking in the best way possible

This story, told through a series of still, quiet shots, can only be described as an emotional experience.

Mar. 02, 2020

Ski vacation film ‘Downhill’ goes exactly as the title implies

Despite a family-flick vibe, this comedy is wildly inappropriate and misses the mark for relatability and humor.

Mar. 02, 2020

‘Birds of Prey’ showcases the independence of Harley Quinn

“Birds of Prey,” is a far cry from “Suicide Squad,” and Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn is a drastic change from her character in the same film: