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

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 …

By Anthony Dominguez Staff Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com    Delightful, quirky, and despite its darker atmosphere, charming, “The Boxtrolls” is the latest 3D stop motion, animated film animation studio, Laika (“Coraline” and …

By Thomas Kika Contributing Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com    “Gone Girl,” adapted from the wildly successful Gillian Flynn novel of the same name, is a brutal portrait of love and marriage in the …

By Julia Day Arts and Entertainment Editor artsent.asp@gmail.com    Normally it would be strange to walk down the streets of New York City and see a person dressed in full …

By Zoe Hicks Contributing Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com    “I’m not even supposed to be here today,” convenience store clerk Dante Hicks first grumbled to his coworker Randal Graves 20 years ago …

By Rachel Lubin Contributing Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com    R.L. Stine, the man responsible for bringing the world the “Goosebumps” series back in the 90s is making a comeback. He has just …

By Jessica Zysberg Staff Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com The famous coffee shop featured in the hit TV series “Friends” is now a pop-up store and is open for business in Soho, New …

By Madeline St. Amour Contributing Writer artsent.asp@gmail.com    Fashion month has come to a close, and Paris did not disappoint. The grand finale of the month was just that – …