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Blumhouse film “Night Swim” fails to make a splash

Written By Ana Bellamy, Co Features/A&E Editor January 24, 2024

When I first saw the trailer for “Night Swim,” I was excited. Usually, I do not watch water-themed horror movies. I decided to give this one a go since this was the first time I had seen a horror movie...

New Music January 2024: A review

Written By Globe Staff January 24, 2024

Neck Deep, Self-Titled   Ana Bellamy, Arts & Entertainment Co-Editor Each of the 10 tracks on this album is a certified bop, in my opinion. Every band member gave each song on this album...

Nickelodeon’s “Avatar” does not need a reboot

Written By Rachel Ross, Co Features/A&E Editor January 24, 2024

I was aware of “Avatar: The Last Airbender” when I was a kid, but never ventured to watch it. The little I saw of it just never interested me.    Flash forward to this past September when...

Be Your Own Pet returns with edgy album “MOMMY”

Written By August Stephens, Co Opinions Editor November 29, 2023

Content Warning: This article contains brief mentions of mental, verbal, and physical abuse.  Formed in 2006 in the Nashville music scene, punk band “Be Your Own Pet” is packing the end of 2023...

Previous student choreography projects performance of Spring 2022. Pictured left to right, Lejla Raven, Jayden Williams, and Gaby Perez

Dance majors present choreography in senior showcase

Written By Bianca Calderon, For The Globe November 29, 2023

Dance students received a standing ovation after every show when they presented their senior capstone creations in the Student Choreography Project (SCP) performances last month. These were projects which...

A Paw Patrol balloon flies high in the sky  in front of Radio City Music Hall.

Deflated balloons and low-energy performances miss the mark for the 97th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Written By Erin Yudt and Ana Bellamy November 29, 2023

an This year was the 97th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Love it or hate it, it is iconic. The parade has been a staple in the Yudt household for my entire life. I love waking up every year and...

Reading Recommendations: “Daisy Jones and the Six”

Written By Rachel Ross, Co Features/A&E Editor November 29, 2023

For the past year or so, I’ve been making a conscious effort to read more. When I was younger, I read all the time: a handful of books a year. As I got older however, that number dwindled down to more...

The Beatles release first new song in decades

Written By Ana Bellamy, Co Features/A&E Editor November 9, 2023

For the first time in 30 years, The Beatles released a brand new song. Titled “Now and Then,” Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr released the never-before-heard Beatles song late last week, along with...

Rock band “1975” at PPG Paints Arena

Written By Michelangelo Pellis, Co News Editor November 9, 2023

The 1975 concert at PPG Paints Arena was surely a night to remember. A naked wax figure of Matty Healy lying on the grass in the fetal position, a giant house on stage where the band performed and many...

Advocate before actor: the legacy of Matthew Perry

Written By Rachel Ross, Co Features/A&E Editor November 9, 2023

Last year, during an interview for the podcast “Q with Tom Power,” actor Matthew Perry said, “The best thing about me, bar none, is that if somebody comes up to me and says, ‘I can’t stop drinking,...

“Nandor Fodor and the Talking Mongoose” disappoints

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/Arts and Entertainment Editor October 11, 2023

“Nandor Fodor and the Talking Mongoose” immediately caught my eye from the title alone. I was scrolling through a list of movies coming soon to video on demand, and I slammed on the brakes as soon...

Eric Nam hits a high note at his House on a Hill tour performance at the Roxian Theater last Friday.

Despite sound issues, Eric Nam slays the stage at the Roxian

Written By Erin Yudt, Editor-In-Chief October 11, 2023

Almost 1,000 people gathered at the Roxian Theater in McKees Rocks last Friday evening for American and K-pop artist Eric Nam’s “House on a Hill” tour. The tour promotes his newest album, also called...

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