Marist Cabaret Review

Love is a major theme throughout art. One could argue it is the most important and relevant to our lives. I have noticed a trend in MCCTA performances this year…

Book Review: Supremacist by David Shapiro

David Shapiro’s novel Supremacist is a loosely based autobiography about his life, his love of the brand Supreme, and his odyssey to visit all of the Supreme stores in the world….

Me Too Monologues Offer Marist Stories

The road to creating the cast of this year’s Marist College Club of Theatre Arts (MCCTA) production the “Me Too Monologues”certainly wasn’t an easy one. On Sunday, Feb. 12, the…

The Hobbit’s Journey That is College

Bilbo Baggins: fictional character from J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit or your run-of-the-mill college student? We may have more in common with this little creature from the late 1930’s than we…

Show Review: Prison Break

Very few people could say that they went to prison for the sole purpose of breaking out their brother—let alone think about doing something as outlandish as that. Michael Scofield,…

Show Review: F is For Family

The new, animated Netflix original series, F is for Family, is a comedic take on the life and times of an average American family in the 1970’s.  Stand-up comedian Bill…

Artist Spotlight: SpaceBone

Live music, it’s addictive. As many concert-goers know, it doesn’t matter if it’s one of the top names within music or the next big underground band, waiting to be signed,…

TV Show Spotlight: The Eric Andre Show

Whenever the subject of television is brought up nowadays, it seems to this author that it has become ‘cool’ to “not really watch TV, except Netflix”. Considering it is 2016,…