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Beach House “Bloom” Review

Beach House released their fourth album, “Bloom,” on May 15. The dream-pop/indie-rock duo formed in 2004 with Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand. Since, the pair has gained positive feedback from all their albums, but...

M.E. So Funny pokes fun at Middle Eastern customs the right way

Thursday, Jan. 21, saw M.E. So Funny, the two-woman sketch comedy duo of Canan Tasci and Nahreen Tarzi, perform an amazing show that allowed them to poke light fun at Middle Eastern culture with sensitivity...

Interview: Class is in Session at “Monsters University”

Way back in 2001, Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc.” caught us by surprise with its breathtaking animation, original storyline and heart-wrenching appeal. Twelve years later, the next story in the “Monsters” timeline takes its audience to...

No Host, No Problem: 2019 Oscars prove that the Awards have a life of...

The Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, are one of the most prestigious ceremonies in the film industry. Since 1929, the Oscars have been an annual event featuring the faces behind Hollywood’s movie...

“Shameless: A Long Way from Home” Review

The Gallagher children slowly make their way out of the foster care system this week in an episode much better than the last. Ethan Cutkosky’s acting improves this week as Carl continues to hate living...

Will.I.Am “#willpower” Review

I feel that the majority of people who listen to the Black Eyed Peas solely do so because of Will.I.Am. The reason people listen to Will.I.Am is still unbeknownst to me. After giving the...

Kevin Spacey’s fraught, deflective apology and the power of the complaint

Deflection has become patriarchy’s favorite tool; it’s a nefarious weapon designed to slight an event, to eclipse another sensationalized act. It’s potent enough to create a funhouse effect where realities are stretched and blurred,...

Beta Scan: “The Last of Us” Review

On June 14, greatness arrived in the form of Playstation 3-exclusive video game, "The Last of Us." The game is a faultless blend of survival-horror, action and adventure genres that work together to further...

Misery loves company in genre-skirting black comedy “Thoroughbreds”

In memory of Anton Yelchin, 1989-2016. Navigating the spotless, pearly interiors of the Connecticut mansion where most of “Thoroughbreds” takes place is a foreign exercise, the old-money exuberance displayed having more in common with a...

Lit Pick of the Week: “Citizen” by Claudia Rankine

Radar is committed to all forms of art and entertainment, and will pick one book as a reading recommendation every week. This week Radar’s “Lit” pick is “Citizen” by Claudia Rankine. A multimedia book of...