Although Ed Sheeran’s new album adheres to his pattern of naming albums by arithmetic symbols like “Plus” and “Multiply,” “Divide” strays from the typical Sheeran mold.
Aragon explores a couple local eats: Wonderful, which serves Chinese Hunan cuisine, Starbelly, which serves Californian cuisine, Gracias Madre, which serves Mexican cuisine, and Ramen Dojo, which serves Japanese cuisine.
Editor-in-Chief Karan Nevatia reviews new podcasts “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me,” “The Truth” and “FiveThirtyEight Politics.”
The Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts opened up on the same day as the inauguration, Jan. 20, showcasing many political pieces of art from local artists. Check out our review!
In its fourth series, “Sherlock,” BBC’s hit mystery series featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes, catapults its lead sleuth into the role of drug-corrupted action hero with a ludicrous backstory and nonsensical agenda, but still has some success with its actors and production values.
Underground band “the xx” enters the mainstream limelight as they release their third album, “I See You.”
After a movie and a decade, Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events” finally hits television in a stunning Netflix original.
Find out about the creative minds of Arya Natarajan and Anna Chuakay.
The Outlook explores the presence (and lack of) foreign TV viewership among students and mainstream media.