Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

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Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

The Wonder Years light up the Roxian Stage.

The Wonder Years celebrate 10 year anniversary of “The Greatest Generation” album in local show stop

Written By Ana Bellamy, Co-Features/Arts and Entertainment Editor October 18, 2023

Philadelphia-based pop-punk band The Wonder Years did not disappoint when they decided to visit the Roxian Theatre on Oct. 14 to play the groundbreaking album “The Greatest Generation” in full for...

Top Five Simpson’s Treehouse of Horrors

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/Arts and Entertainment Editor October 18, 2023

Since age seven or eight, I’ve been a huge fan of “The Simpsons.” For years, I filled up the family DVR with an ever-growing collection of episodes, tried to learn how to draw the characters and...

Spotify rolls out new AI DJ feature that attemps to brings back the disc jockey

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor March 29, 2023

Growing up, I loved listening to the radio in the car when the disc jockeys would host hourly shows. It was fun to hear someone talk about the music they were playing or the news of the world in between...

JPEGMAFIA and Danny Brown collaboration review: quality beats, underwhelming mixing

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor-in-Chief March 29, 2023

Experimental hip-hop is a difficult genre to define. Given the constantly evolving nature of the genre, labeling any artist as experimental can age. For example, the Beastie Boys’ album “Paul’s Boutique”...

Depeche Mode releases ‘Memento Mori’ with potential for a nostalgic end to the band’s career

Written By Ana Bellamy, Staff Writer March 29, 2023

I have been a lifelong fan of Depeche Mode. I grew up listening to their music, along with many other countless 80s alternative bands. The industrial sounds and samples, along with the lyrics, and Dave...

August Wilson Archive celebrates it’s opening with a once-in-a-lifetime event

Written By Ana Bellamy, Staff Writer March 15, 2023

A celebration of the opening of the August Wilson Archive occurred on March 3rd at the University of Pittsburgh. Staff, students, researchers, family members, and lifelong fans of August Wilson’s work...

Netflix’s ‘Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal’ continues to glorify true crime

Written By Erin Yudt, Editor Elect March 15, 2023

Netflix's latest true crime documentary series, “Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal,” details the beloved South Carolina Lowcountry’s Murdaugh family dynasty. The Murdaughs were known for their...

NF introduces new era to rap genre

Written By August Stephens, Opinions Editor March 15, 2023

NF, Nathan John Feuerstein, is an American rapper who has been ripping through the hip hop music scene. As a person of faith, he is often able to tie his relationship with God into his lyrics. Feuerstein...

‘Scream IV’ contributes to endless Scream franchise

Written By Dan Russo, For The Globe March 15, 2023

In 1989, Paramount Pictures released Friday the Thirteenth Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. The film was supposed to bring Jason Voorhees out of Camp Crystal Lake and into the Big Apple. Anyone who has...

‘Pamela: A Love Story’ makes an attempt at a documentary

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor February 15, 2023

When “Pam and Tommy,” a narrative show about the theft and mass production of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s sex tape premiered on Hulu last year, I tried to watch it. I only made it about two episodes...

Paramore’s new album in five years ‘This is Why’ is unexpected, honest, and refreshing

Written By Ana Bellamy, For The Globe February 15, 2023

After five and a half years on hiatus, pop-punk legends Paramore return to the limelight with their sixth album titled “This is Why”. This new album propels the band into two new genres of music –...

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre amazes with beautifully queer and erotic performance of ‘Dracula’

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor February 15, 2023

As a child I was obsessed with vampires, and no, not just Twilight (though I do own a Carlisle Cullen shirt). So the second I saw Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre was putting on a production of Michael Pink’s...

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