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The “Art Of” Golf: A look at simple yet artistic phenomena in the game of golf.

Sports, believe it or not, are art forms, and athletes are artists. Golfers are some of the most artful athletes in the world, and the art of golf takes on many forms. Most clearly, golf course architects are artists. They have a vision for the layout of the course and use the […]

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Concert Spotlight: Inhaler: The young Irish quartet made a stop at Irving Plaza.

I can imagine that Inhaler’s leading man, Eli Hewson, hates hearing it, but during his concert at Irving Plaza — a venue that his father once graced — he sure resembled his dad. For those that don’t know, Eli is the son of U2’s frontman, Bono. Yes, the band that put an […]

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Video Game Inspired, Artfully Created: A short, non-spoiler review of Netflix’s “Arcane”

This is Arcane’s World now; we all just live in it, and I for one am fine with that. In case you haven’t heard, the Netflix series “Arcane” has exploded in popularity, gaining both general and critical acclaim. On the popular film and TV review site, Rotten Tomatoes, it has […]

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The “Art Of” Using Time Well: An Eastern professor explores how we can plan our time usage.

Pursue the enjoyments which are of good repute; for pleasure attended by honor is the best thing in the world, but pleasure without honor is the worst. (Isocrates, Letter to Demonicus) All things are permissible, but not all things are beneficial. (the Apostle Paul: 1 Corinthians 6.12; 10.23) There are […]

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The DC Comics Comeback?: A look at the most recent and upcoming DC Comics projects.

As of now, Marvel (MCU) has been dominating the superhero movie and TV genre as they continue to release movies and TV shows every few months. On the other hand, DC comic films (DCEU) have been struggling for a while. Some of their films have been mediocre like “Batman vs […]

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“Reviewed” Podcast: A student shares a recommendation for a KCRW podcast.

If you’re looking for a podcast that keeps you up to date with the latest news and offers multiple views on any given topic, then KCRW’s “Left, Right and Center” podcast may be right for you. This show, released every week on Friday afternoons, focuses on news and events from […]

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Artist Spotlight: A quick interview and highlight of an artist at Eastern University.

Philosopher and play-critic, Aristotle, defined acting in “Rhetoric” as “a matter of the right management of the voice to express the various emotions.” Aristotle goes on to say that “dramatic ability is a natural gift, and can hardly be systematically taught.” It would be dramatically difficult to not witness this […]

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Farewell, Elton John: A review of Elton’s final stop in New York on his farewell tour.

For over fifty years, Elton John has been recording hits and touring the world, bringing audiences his wonderful music. But, like all things, it eventually has to come to an end. Not all can continue revolutionizing concert tours like U2, or have the happiness to play 40-song sets like Paul […]

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The “Art Of” the Color Red: A dive into the natural and symbolic beauty of the color red.

Roses, wine and ladybugs: there is so much symbolism and nature to be discovered in the art of the color red. We see red everyday, it is the most noticeable color and yet it isn’t the color we think of first when we think of nature. And for good reason!  […]

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Boring and Forgettable Classes: A Review of Joshua Gibbs’s Book “Something They Will Not Forget.”

How many times have you taken a required course only to discover that after summer you forgot pretty much everything? I suspect everyone has had such an experience at least once. If not, you’re either lying, or you’re a genius with impeccable memory who should be on “Jeopardy.” The unfortunate […]