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Tracking New Music Releases with Zac Wittman: Earl Sweatshirt, FKA twigs, Bonobo, Elvis Costello & The Imposters, The Lumineers

Written By Zachary Wittman, Music Columnist January 19, 2022
A huge release week has come, giving us excitement and disappointment from some of the most acclaimed names in music both old and new.

‘Scream’ Reboot and the Hollywood Theater deliver — but movie talkers can ruin the experience

Written By Dan Russo, Staff Writer January 19, 2022

4 Globes The Hollywood Theater is a cozy little part of Dormont. Right across the way from Moonlit Burgers, which has one of the greatest burgers in Pittsburgh, the Hollywood Theater is a single screen,...

Easy books to read between the semester stress

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor January 19, 2022

If there’s one thing that school has taught me, it’s that it kills any sense of childhood bookworm left in your body. After having to read so many complex textbooks and novels over the years, it wears...

Acting in ‘The Witcher’ season 2 excels, while the actual story has fans split

Written By Amanda Andrews, Editor-in-Chief January 12, 2022

3.5 Globes Two years ago, for my first-ever review for The Globe, I decided to delve into the world of “The Witcher”—the hit Netflix fantasy show adapted from Andrzej Sapkowski’s widely popular...

Tracking New Music Releases with Zac Wittman: The Weeknd, Burial, Gupi, Mydreamfever, Nas

Written By Zachary Wittman, Music Columnist January 12, 2022
The new year has arrived, and 2022 is already holding nothing back.

Starpower of ‘Red Notice’ isn’t enough to make it a decent film

Written By Amanda Andrews, Editor-in-Chief December 8, 2021
However, as many critics have pointed out, even though “Red Notice” drew in viewers and is a financial success for the company, the end product itself can hardly be called a cinematic triumph.

Tracking New Music Releases with Zac Wittman: Arca, Failure, GAS, Mach-Hommy, Kadavar & Elder

Written By Zachary Wittman, Music Columnist December 8, 2021
Christmas came early with many surprise album releases across a wide variety of genres this week. With less than a month left, 2021 shows no sign of slowing down when it comes to spectacular releases.

5 non-traditional Christmas movies for those who don’t feel jolly

Written By Brooke Stephens, Staff Writer December 8, 2021
Here are five holiday recommendations to fill the time of misery created by the scent of fresh pine and Secret Santas at every party.

Tracking New Music Releases with Zac Wittman: Adele, Converge & Chelsea Wolfe, Richard Dawson & Circle, Cynic, Kaatayra

Written By Zachary Wittman, Music Columnist December 1, 2021
Thanksgiving has come and gone, but there were plenty of incredible releases served up. This batch of reviews covers some of the higher profile releases of the past two weeks. Even as the year winds down, many of these musicians are only getting started.

343 Industries mostly impresses gamers with Halo Infinite Multiplayer

Written By Dan Russo, Staff Writer December 1, 2021

4.5 Globes It’s no secret to my friends that I am a massive fan of Halo. My formative years were spent in the now offline arenas of Halo 3 and Halo Reach, Bungie’s swan song. I wore a Halo Reach...

‘tick, tick… BOOM!’ blows theatre fans expectations

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor December 1, 2021

4.5 Globes If you were a queer theatre kid in high school like me, you probably lived and died by the musical “Rent.” With rock-opera musical influences and a progressive LGBTQIA+ storyline, Jonathan...

Netflix holiday rom-com ‘Love Hard’ had potential but falls into genre pitfalls

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Opinions Editor December 1, 2021

2 Globes Going into “Love Hard,” I couldn’t help but be a little bit apprehensive. In recent years, Netflix has attempted to dip its toes into the holiday movie market, usually producing lackluster...

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