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Demi Lovato revamps her most iconic singles

New album "Revamped" features rerecordings that reflect singer's current sound
Written By Ana Bellamy, Co Features/A&E Editor September 20, 2023

Demi Lovato gave some of her biggest singles a rock and alternative twist in her newest album titled “Revamped." Throughout Lovato's career the rockstar quality in her music dimmed, and most of her hits...

‘John Wilson’ sticks the landing with final season

Written By Rachel Ross, Co Features/A&E Editor September 20, 2023

I first heard about HBO’s docu-series “How To with John Wilson” through its executive producer, Nathan Fielder. I had recently discovered and fallen in love with his show “Nathan for You” and...

Attendees listen to various local jazz artists.

Pittsburgh hosts its 13th annual Int’l Jazz Festival

Written By Brynn Rees, For The Globe September 20, 2023

On Thursday, September 14, Pittsburgh held the 13th annual Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival.The August Wilson African American Cultural Center (AWAACC) organized the event, presenting four days of...

Live action “One Piece” is satisfying for fans old and new

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor Elect September 13, 2023

  Instead of spending my time more wisely in 2020, I decided to begin watching  “One Piece,” an anime where the main protagonist is on a long journey to become the king of the pirates. When...

Rap/hip-hop artist Midwxst releases impressive debut album

Written By Brynn Rees, Staff Writer September 13, 2023

On September 1, 2023, rap and hyperpop artist Midwxst released his first studio album titled “E3”. The 20-year-old rapper seamlessly merged hyperpop, rock, and hip-hop, giving audiences his most well-rounded...

I don’t want to go to Adam Sandler’s Bat Mitzvah

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor September 13, 2023

I took on Adam Sandler once already for a Globe article when I reviewed his film “Murder Mystery 2” last year. I don’t want to rehash all of my thoughts and feelings on him; basically, I liked his...

The best TV of Summer 2023

Written By Rachel Ross, Co Features/A&E Editor September 6, 2023

I usually don’t associate summer with great TV; more often than not, I think of it as the time for watching reruns or random Netflix movies to make the evenings go by (for example, I watched both “Book...

Spanish Love Songs debuts fourth album

Written By Ana Bellamy, Co Features/A&E Editor September 6, 2023

Spanish Love Songs’ “No Joy” contains brutally honest depictions of adulthood and a pop-punk soundtrack to uplift Dylan Slocum’s pessimistic storytelling. The singer wears his heart and vulnerability...

Woodstock on Wood sends students back to the 70’s

Artists from Pioneer Records performed in this Village Park event as a part of Point Park's Woodstock themed welcome week
Written By Brynn Rees, For The Globe September 6, 2023

Point Park Pioneers – old and new – went back to 1969. Point Park’s Woodstock Welcome Week provided students with a warm welcome to kick off the 2023-24 school year. The Student Activities, Involvement,...

The Globe Staff recommends albums for finals week

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor-In-Chief April 19, 2023

Finals week is fast approaching, and what better way to drown out your inner monologue panicking about school work than with some good tunes? Without further ado, here are every Globe staff member's picks...

“Sense and Sensibility” makes no sense, but complete sense

Written By Erin Yudt, Editor Elect April 19, 2023

This past week and weekend the play “Sense and Sensibility,” based on the 1811 novel by Jane Austen, was put on at the playhouse. As with every show I see, I knew basically nothing about the story...

Waterparks continues to push alt-rock boundaries

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co Features/A&E Editor April 19, 2023

Out of all the bands I’ve listened to, Waterparks is one of the most unique and their new album “Intellectual Property” is no exception. With a combination of crazy synths, a hefty dose of electric...

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