A year and a half after the premiere of the first season of “Master of None,” Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang finally released the long awaited second season of the show on May 12, 2017. Much of the season was filmed in Italy, where Ansari was working, so the second season of the show featured a cultural twist. The creators, Ansari and Yang, did extensive research in order to accurately…
CW’s Riverdale adapts Archie Comics and twists it into a pleasurable — perhaps familiar — teenage drama storyline.
As always, “The Fate of the Furious” delivers an action-filled punch to the big screen. Unfortunately, the plot and character line falls flat and fails to deliver.
“DAMN,” Kendrick Lamar’s album released on April 14, 2017, shines with its thrilling tempo and its contemplative yet contradictive lyrical reflections. Most of all, it features Lamar’s trademark smooth and effortless delivery. The album progresses through an immaculate delivery of tales inspired by Lamar’s experiences, and every track features a unique tempo and style of elocution.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit musical “Hamilton” runs in San Francisco until August. With a stellar cast and Miranda’s witty production, “Hamilton” is larger than life on stage.
Among high school students, drab news and complicated news sources may not be their first pick for political information. Read on to see how comedy can bring politics to the limelight.
Intriguing and refreshing, all-new podcast “S-Town” brings an interesting outlook to the narrative fiction genre with a spicy, character-driven plot.
The Chainsmokers’ debut album “Memories… Do Not Open” may be a hit with a crowd, but falls flat musically and lyrically.
Junior Marley Collins released her first EP on Feb. 21. Check out her inspiration and process behind the music!
Although the special effects and action sequences are sure to impress, “Iron Fist” by Netflix falls short of mediocre due to a poorly written plot and less than sub-par acting.
With the release of their ninth album “Hot Thoughts,” 1996 band Spoon proves that they can keep up with the evolving landscape of experimental rock.
The Aragon Outlook takes a final look at “Logan,” the last X-Men movie that will star Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.