Sophomore Marissa Adams models her life and verified TikTok account after ‘Mamma Mia!’ character Donna Sheridan.
Here's the biggest news on the next generation of consoles. Microsoft is aiming for accessibility and multi-platform support, while Sony is focusing on what made the PS4 so successful: exclusive titles and content for its fanbase.
"The Boys" is back for a second season that's proving to be better than the first in plot, character and action.
Charlie Kaufman is back at it with a new movie that's both a masterpiece and a true paradox to reviewer Chris Carr.
This "X-Men" spinoff flounders between a horror flick and a coming-of-age teen film but finds a home in neither.
Bright Eyes’ new album depicts a dark world that scarily resembles the one we live in today.
"Unhinged," an action thriller starring Russell Crowe, comes off as a hilarious parody of road rage.
“Ghost of Tsushima” is an open-world action-adventure game that follows the protagonist, Jin, on his mission to avenge his fallen samurai. It's not perfect, but it sets the new standard for many open-world games to come.
Blackbear rises in pop-charts with his new album “Everything means nothing." This new music explores the extremes of heartbreak and the nuances of human emotions, while simultaneously offering a harsh critique of modern culture.
A new drug has hit the streets of New Orleans, giving its users superpowers for five minutes.
David Ayer's new crime film fails to hit the mark, instead playing into questionable stereotypes and gory violence.
One of the minds behind Disney classics like "The Little Mermaid" and "Aladdin" is remembered in the Disney+ documentary, "Howard."
It's been a decade since these iconic American movies were released. While only 10 years ago, the films of 2010 feel both bizarrely prescient and like remnants of a distant past.
New media such as podcasts are up and coming. In this JMU English class, students came together to create the "Harrisonburg 360" podcast, which highlights the humanity of immigrants in the city.
Maryland rapper Logic has experienced a distinct career in hip-hop filled with notable highs and devastating lows. Over the past few years, the artist’s musical output’s some of the most shameful and embarrassing moments of his career, such as 2019’s “Supermarket” and “Confessions of a Dange…
Taylor Swift's surprise album brought "Swifties" new music amid the pandemic and a new sound from the beloved singer.
Naya Rivera was a mother, singer and actress. Many knew her on Fox's "Glee" as cheerleader co-captain Santana Lopez. We put together her best performances on the show to remember breakthrough career.
In the last episode of NBC’s show “Songland,” singer-songwriter Usher chose to produce an original song written by JMU alumnus Ryan Cambetes.
Writer Caleb Barbachem delivers a scathing review for the new Netflix action film, "The Old Guard."
If one's looking to educate themselves on on the Black Lives Matter movement, check out these five podcasts inspiring social change.
Kanye West bombastically returns with “Wash Us In The Blood." It's a non-secular track, but it works. The single is a solid lead for West and a hopeful sign for the direction he's going with his music.
Amid a global pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests, Jon Stewart's comedic commentary on modern American politics falls flat.
Looking for something new to add to your indie playlist? Here are some notable black artists within the alt-indie scene to listen to in solidarity with Black Lives Matter.
“The King of Staten Island” follows Scott Carlin played by Pete Davidson, a struggling tattoo artist whose firefighter father passed away during his childhood. The story is loosely based on Davidson's life.
Rick Riordan's "Percy Jackson and the Last Olympians" series is getting a remake on the popular streaming platform Disney+. Here's what fans have to look forward to.
Writer Chris Carr calls "Da 5 Bloods" Spike Lee's timely response to modern American politics and one of the best films of the year.
Shelton Jackson "Spike" Lee has released a number of iconic films. His newest one comes out this month, so let's review some of the best of the best.
Indie band Mt. Joy delves into deeply personal issues in its sophomore album "Rearrange Us."
Netflix's new show "Space Force" struggles to comment on current American politics but showcases some strong performances.
Pop icon Lady Gaga has finally dropped her latest studio album "Chromatica" after postponing the release date due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Looking for some free entertainment? Here are the best places to access movies, shows, books and more while one practices social distancing.
With summer plans canceled and trips postponed, there are still ways to plan a staycation at home for you and your quaran-team.
"Ultimate Tag" bends and enhances the rules of classic tag to create a new fast-paced, entertaining and sometimes stressful competition show.
As the movie industry continues to run dry with new releases, it may be time to look back at older classics for future movie nights.
"Ben Platt Live from Radio City Music Hall" is a live concert filmed by Netflix, which gives a glimpse into Ben Platt’s inner life and love for music
May is Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month. Here are five films and shows to watch on Netflix and Hulu to recognize the strides of Asian-American culture.
Lift your mood and look forward to summer with these eight songs to add to your playlist.
“Capone” follows legendary crime boss Al Capone, played by Tom Hardy, as he spends the final year of his life dealing with oncoming insanity caused by syphilis.
Missing concert season? Bring a concert to your home with these seven concert movies, from Ariana Grande to Michael Jackson.
Hayley Williams takes a deep and possibly unexpected turn with her first solo album, "Petals For Armor," delving into personal and serious topics.
Jerry Seinfeld’s new hour-long special, "Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill," is a disappointing second installment of his comedy series.
Scrolling down Netflix or Hulu with no idea what to watch? Here are some of the most entertaining shows to keep you hooked during quarantine.
After 23 years, iconic Square Enix character Cloud Strife makes his return in the "Final Fantasy VII Remake."
"Hollywood," by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, highlights a lovable cast of dreamers attempting to get their careers to take off.
Rock band Diet Cig's newest album, "Do You Wonder About Me?" covers deep and serious topics, allowing vocalist Alex Luciano to get vulnerable with listeners.
"Parks and Recreation" aired a reunion episode Thursday night with all of Pawnee's favorite residents to benefit Feeding America.
Having a movie night with the whole family may be difficult, depending on each person's preferences, but these six classics won't disappoint.
These 10 couch co-op games are perfect to play in quarantine if you're looking to connect with friends.
The Jonas Brothers are taking fans on the journey of their “Happiness Begins” tour with the Amazon Prime original special, “Happiness Continues.”