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

By Caroline Pain Staff Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com  Nov 11, 2014 Pieces of light blue, pink, and yellow fabrics are floating in the air. The dancers are trying to keep them from …

By Thomas Kika Contributing Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com Nov 4, 2014 Marvel Studios have set the hype-train to run for a good, long time.  The production company behind mega hits like “The …

By Nicole Wallack Web Editor artsent.asp@gmail.com Nov 4, 2014 “Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!” follows closely in its predecessors’ footsteps in many ways. It is instantly recognizable as a “Borderlands” game from …

By Anthony Dominguez Asst. A&E Editor artsent.asp@gmail.com Nov 4, 2014 “The Book of Life” is an example of a complicated children’s film in that is aimed at children, but contains …

A Halloween short story by Kevin Mercado Knock knock! Vanessa felt her heart skip a beat and she drew her hand to her chest. She looked toward the door from …

By Martha Mahoney Contributing Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com Halloween is a time of horror. It is a day and night, of mysteries, of ghost stories, and of the supernatural. In these 24 …

By Caroline Pain Contributing Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com “I have this fire inside that makes me want to perform.” After a four-decade-long soprano career, Margaret Chalker retired last year. However, when her …

By Rachel Genzer Contributing Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com For the fifth consecutive year, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” was shown at the Palace Theater on Monday, Oct. 20. “The Kids of Albany,” …

By Kevin Mercado Staff Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com      Dave Coulier, most commonly known as Joey Gladstone from ABC’s “Full House,” performed a free stand-up comedy show in the Campus Center …

By Eli Enis Staff Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com    The pride and joy of Albany’s music scene, State Champs, played their first hometown show in almost a year last Friday to a …