Forbes Center for the Performing Arts recently held a showing of "Wilde Creatures," a play about the creations of Irish poet Oscar Wilde.
"Mount Skylight" follows a group of recovering addicts who return from a hike in the mountains to discover that everyone in their town has vanished. Every scene is shot in Virginia and the entire cast is Virginian.
With the video game digital frontier looming over small businesses, it can be hard for independently owned stores like Monster Games to stay afloat.
After last week's champagne debacle, Hannah Ann and Kelsey still can't work out their differences, Alayah and Sydney create drama over "fake" girls in the mansion and Peter rains conflicted over whether each girl is there for the right reasons.
Created by JMU alumnus Paul Holland and written by Ingrid De Sanctis, JMU associate professor of theatre, “Walls: An American Story,” promotes an engaging conversation on interracial couple.
The Mac Miller estate released “Circles,” a 12-song-long exploration of Miller's introspection as an artist. Each track transports the listener, placing them on a gently rocking wave that seems to carry on forever.
The new "Bad Boys For Life" takes place 25 years after the original, and reunites the iconic law enforcement duo Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Peter's group date is put on hold when Hannah Brown takes the spotlight yet again after an awkward activity involving her and the girls. Supposedly, this is her last week on the show.
JMU senior turns video game hobby into a side-hustle through competitive Fortnite streaming.
Coming back to The 'Burg means brand new events to get involved with the community. From wine tasting to a silent disco, there's something for everybody.
"Like a Boss" perfectly encapsulates the idea of women supporting women. It's funny, a little bit predictable and showcases the importance of strong friendships.
"1917" is a historical film that follows characters on a perilous journey to save 1,600 men from a fatal mistake during World War I. It successfully captures the tragedies of war.
It's diverse, it's original and it's surprisingly satisfying. "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" centers around a diverse cast and has its own unique storyline that doesn't copy the original movie.
On Hannah Brown's season finale in the spring, viewers may've been shocked to watch her send home fan favorite Peter Weber. Although rumors of a girlfriend back home arose, Weber was chosen as the bachelor.
Getting back into the game, Justin Bieber's latest single "Yummy" is repetitive, yet catchy. This song seems to be all about his wife, Hailey Baldwin.
It's time to look back on a transformative 10 years in film. Here are the top 10 movies of the decade.
The viral Baby Yoda makes its debut in "The Mandalorian," the first live-action "Star Wars" television show. It's set roughly five years after “Return of the Jedi,” and follows a Mandalorian bounty hunter.
Audiences may get a deeper understanding of comedian and actor Kevin Hart with his new Netflix documentary series, “Don’t F**k This Up."
Adam Sandler delivers a stellar performance in "Uncut Gems," following his character, Howard Ratner, through his life as a gambling addicted jewelry store owner, evoking feelings of anxiety and chaos throughout.
"Little Women" follows the story of a family of young women on their journey to find themselves while over coming hurdles like family, love and female stereotypes of the 19th century.
Drake dropped a new single in the form of a music video on Christmas Eve titled "War." Writer Julian Denizard says it's not genuinely bad song, but Drake gives listeners very little reason to be impressed.
This decade has fed our souls with great music and a number of talented artists. Here are our favorite albums from 2010-2019.
Hallelujah. Kanye's saved Christmas. His newest album, "Jesus is Born,” finds its place firmly situated in the gospel tradition.
The new year is bringing with it some of the greatest video games. From "Final Fantasy" to "The Last of Us," here are the games we're most excited about.
As 2020 quickly approaches, it's time to take a look at the most anticipated shows of the new decade.
“Jumanji: The Next Level” moves the story along in an entertaining twist up with exciting new environments.
"Fine Line" expresses Harry Style's growing maturity and shows what he's been through since his first solo album. Writer Carley Prendergast breaks down what each song means.
"Black Christmas" attempts to cover social and political issues within the plot, but takes it too far and makes it feel forced. Writer Caleb Barbachem gave this film one star for its lack of substance and real horror.
This week's episode of "Survivor" ended with a scandal. Dan, the contestant accused of sexual harassing female castaways a few weeks ago, was removed from the show for another incident that occurred off camera.
SMAD Fest film "1 in 3" is a tale of how a family holds steadfast to each other during tough times. Writer Charlotte Matherly went behind the scenes with the crew to watch the progress of this emotional short film.
JMU is full of professors who've mastered their craft. Professor David Cottrell won an Emmy award for a score he wrote for National Geographic. Writer Alexandra Dauchess discovered why Cottrell loves what he does.
Tired of Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" on repeat? Writer Amy Needham brought together 10 of her favorite modern holiday songs for a refreshing take on the Christmas season.
"The Chosen One" season 2 carries the plot of season 1 through to another six episode saga. It's not the most incredible original Netflix has released, but the show is worth the watch for its cultural aspects.
"Romance" is a testament to how Camila Cabello can bring new flavor to each and every song, yet still stay true to her original sound. Her second studio album has already succeeded at the top of iTunes’ Most Popular Downloads chart.
"Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" seems repetitive in its story, but makes up for it in graphics, battle resources, adventure-like activities and its respawn strategy.
Country idol Kacey Musgraves stars in “The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show,” but some of the performances are cringe-worthy at best.
Karishma Patel sets a record on this week's "Survivor" for most votes cast against a castaway in a single season. She's held her own and will continue on in the game.
JMU Jazz Combos has partnered with Clementine Cafe in downtown Harrisonburg to bring performances to locals every Tuesday evening.
"Frozen 2" takes beloved characters Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven on a journey through the Enchanted Forest as Elsa tries to find a voice that calls to her.
Whether one's traveling or becoming a couch potato this Thanksgiving break, these 10 themed episodes from some of the most relatable TV shows can get anyone in the holiday spirit.
With a quick pace and interesting dialogue, "21 Bridges" succeeds in showing differing sides of criminals and what police may have to deal with in extreme situations.
Coldplay's newest album, "Everyday Life," tackles conversations about controversial political and social issues with each song. Writer Claire Reilly gives this album five stars for its important messages and rhythmic sound.
Get caught up on the best video games of the year this Thanksgiving break with these top five. The list includes “Pokémon Sword and Shield” and “Borderlands 3."
Hozier's "Jackboot Jump" touches on some of today's most pressing social issues while holding a steady, upbeat and catchy tune.
This week, Castaway Conversations discusses how the remaining Survivors bounced back from last weeks controversy, some stronger than others.
"American Horror Story: 1984" includes many nods to previous AHS seasons and to the '90s thrasher genre. The season satisfyingly ends with loose ends tied up, no cliffhangers left to be explained even a bit of sweet revenge.
Episode 8 of "Survivor" opened up a conversation about sexual assault toward woman on the show. The controversy was discussed among the cast and this week's castaway conversations lays out the details of what happened.
"Charlie's Angels" epitomizes what girl power is today. Naomi Scott, Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Elizabeth Banks take on roles that may inspire any women watching the film. They put a new twist on the story, but the film remains classic.
"Ford v. Ferrari" Christian Bale and Matt Damon create a dynamic duo of characters that bring life to the film. Far from, yet similar to their other famed-films, together they can create something different and exciting.