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On Friday Oct. 27, Netflix released the long-anticipated second season of its most popular original drama ever, ”Stranger Things.” Many doubted that the series’ second installment could live up to …

“Fun Home,” a musical based on the graphic memoir by Alison Bechdel, is coming to Proctors from Oct. 31 to Nov. 5. Following Bechdel through her youth, the musical highlights …

With Halloween approaching, people are preparing to host their annual parties – stocking up on candy, setting up their ghoulish decorations and planning elaborate costumes that are destined to be …

Pressure. The one word pop singer Demi Lovato emphasized in her emotionally-driven documentary, “Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated,” which was released on YouTube on Oct. 17. This free 78-minute film ironically …

Music fans across the the world have been anticipating A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s debut album, “The Bigger Artist.” The Bronx native has been dropping singles and mixtapes left and …

Discussing their newest novels, writers Madeleine Thien and Peter Ho Davies shared with University at Albany students and community members their stories of Chinese heritage and the human experience. During …

The Simpsons is coming up with more zany humor than ever before with its 29th season, being the longest running animated television show in the history of American television, beating …

When it was announced that the classic sci-fi/cyberpunk adaption Blade Runner was getting a sequel, fans held their breath, fearing the studio would churn out a cash-grab. However, the cast …

Country singer Thomas Rhett continues to rise on the country music charts. According to multiple websites, Rhett’s debut album “It Goes Like This” was released in 2013.  He’s been featured …

After two years since her last release, singer Miley Cyrus dropped her sixth studio album “Younger Now” this past Friday. Cyrus debuted a much softer side to her than the …