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Content from the Arts and Entertainment section of the Albany Student Press

Adapted from the 2013 novel of the same name, “The Circle” hit theaters this past weekend. Directed by James Ponsoldt, the film revolves around a young woman named Mae (Emma …

Summer is a time when American film studios are able to flex their monetary muscles and churn out some big-budget productions. We’re all familiar with the summertime blockbuster, and with …

Lead singer and adept multi-instrumentalist Adam Levine grinned with gratitude when he was met with jubilant screams and filming smartphones upon appearing onstage with the rest of his bandmates who …

Did you know that Max Lifchitz is a music professor at the University at Albany? He had originally taught in conservatories and universities such as in Georgia as a distinguished …

From “Pirates of The Caribbean” director Gore Verbinski, his newest film “A Cure to Wellness” hit theaters this past weekend. Dane DeHaan stars as a young man named Lockhart, a …

Saturday Night Live(SNL), NBC’s sketch comedy show has been a staple on American television for over four decades. During its run, it has created a legacy that only a handful …

HBO’s newest and recently concluded limited series, from the mind of Pablo Sorrentino, has been turning many heads for its weird, wild, and kind of funny style. With an impressive …

On November 4, Alicia Keys released her latest and anticipated album, Here. Recently, Keys has been surprising people all around the world with recent changes to her image. She has …

“Arrival” is an incredibly ambitious film for a director who may be coming into his prime. Dennis Villenueve, in his most expensive movie to date, may just have outdone himself …

Movies like this don’t come out often enough. Movies that grab your attention from the first frame emerging until the final frame fades away. Movies where every second spent not …