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Enjoying his third time gracing the halftime show’s slot, pop musician Justin Timberlake sang and danced his way through the U.S. Bank Stadium at Minneapolis on the night of Feb. …

“Scandal,” one of showrunner giant Shonda Rhimes’ most popular television shows, is entering its last batch of episodes and while the series will conclude before the summer, the journey has …

Award-winning author Gish Jen visited the University at Albany to speak about her new book on Tuesday, Jan. 30 in the Standish Room of the Science Library. Jen is a …

The second season of FX giant Ryan Murphy’s “American Crime Story” premiered on Jan. 17, its nine episodes intending to bring viewers into the late fashion designer Gianni Versace’s mansion …

Drama tends to ensue when a pop group member departs for a solo career, and since leaving Fifth Harmony in December 2016, Camila Cabello has worked tirelessly to gather her …

The holidays can surely be stressful: figuring out what gifts to buy, setting up the Christmas tree on time, and rushing to grab the best holiday deals in stores. But …

Screenwriter Joss Whedon’s style is noticeable, and at a certain point you realize that you are watching a remake of “Avengers.” It is using some slight tweaks on the Marvel …

There’s something irresistible about American pop rock band Maroon 5. Perhaps it’s frontman and lead vocalist Adam Levine’s oozing sex appeal who undeniably has further marketed the band through live …

Robust laughter and insightful dialogue filled the Huxley Theater on Thursday as the New York State Writers Institute played host to iconic cartoonists Roz Chast and Robert Mankoff of The …

On Thursday, Nov. 9, legendary cartoonists Bob Mankoff and Roz Chast arrived on campus to take part in an evening conversation and Q&A, which was hosted by the New York …