The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

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‘No Time To Die’ Is an Eventful and Heartwarming Conclusion to Daniel Craig’s 007
"No Time To Die" acts as a stellar conclusion to this modern 007 story and allows for a fitting end to Daniel Craig's run as James Bond.
‘Burning Brighter’ French Film Festival Shines a Light on New Filmmakers
Tales of racial justice, returning home, identity and finding one’s place in the world made appearances on the big screen.
What Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ Tells Us About the Nigerian Queer Community
'Sex Education' shows audiences the diversity of queer culture, as told through Eric’s time in Nigeria and his struggles with his identity.
Shyamalan’s ‘Old’ Doesn’t Need a Twist
“Old” is an unusual addition to M. Night Shyamalan's arsenal, and its odd timescape is divisive to critics who appreciate the change or see it as pretentious.
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‘Between the Bars’ Is a Breakout in the Conversation of Prison Reform
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NYC Wine & Food Festival to Return to City Oct. 14-17
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‘Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams’ Opens at Brooklyn Museum
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The Met Opera Reopens With ‘Fire Shut Up in My Bones’
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Hey Grammys: Taylor Called, ‘Red’ Is Back
It is important to understand why Swift has chosen to give new life to her older albums as fans await the re-recording of her iconic "Red."
The Braganza Sisters Mix Sounds of California, NYC and Filipino Womanhood
Creativity and original music are plentiful at Fordham, but family acts like The Braganza Sisters are sporadic and unique in their sound.
Ram Jams: Tyler, the Creator’s ‘CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST’
The latest album release from Tyler, the Creator finds influence in a wide variety of sources and demonstrates his growth as an artist.
Ram Jams: ‘This Thing of Ours’
Does he ever sleep? A little over a month since the release of his last project, The Alchemist is back with a signature eight track album.
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Lincoln Center Turns Into The GREEN for the Summer Season
By OLIVIA STERN May 28, 2021
Lincoln Center is trading in its concrete for green space this summer as part of its Restart Stages program with "The GREEN" installation.
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Senior Year Through the Eyes of a Playwright: A Profile on Vivian Brown
Just like “Accidental Murder Mystery” opened up the doors to a new studio season, Brown will open the doors to a new side of theater.
The Surprising Power of ‘SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical’
"SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical," while meant for children, engages with issues suited for a more general and mature audience.
Minga Prather on Dancing From ‘Revelations’ to Pools of Water
Minga Prather, an Ailey graduate, has "nothing to prove, everything to share" as she dances through uncertain times and virtual shows.
Alvin Ailey’s Benefit Unveiled in a New Virtual Format
The annual Alvin Ailey Benefit Concert was held on Zoom, with each class dancing together and the scholarship winner performing solo.
Broadway Is (Almost) Back in Business
Gov. Cuomo announced the reopening of select Broadway venues for live performances at limited capacity starting April 2.
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Fordham’s Literary Journal The Comma and Coming Together
The Comma’s second annual showcase, titled COMMaUNION, presented 12 collaborative projects in different mediums.
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A Blue Christmas
Chelsea Market’s ARTECHOUSE gallery hosts "Celestial," an immersive exhibit dedicated to Pantone's Color of Year, Classic Blue.
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Balenciaga’s Collaboration With Fortnite Raises Eyebrows
When Fortnite revealed its partnership with Balenciaga last month, the collaboration left a lot of people scratching their heads.
Museum of the Moving Image Features Exhibits on Famous Films
Right off the N train’s 36th Ave. station, the Museum of the Moving Image is the perfect place to learn more about the art of motion pictures.
Who We Met and Missed at the Met Gala 2021
From a cowboy hat to long grey capes, these were the best looks you could hope to spot among the crowds gathered outside the Met on Sept. 13.
The Met Gala, Explained
The Met Gala has evolved into a pop culture phenomenon following years of evolution and increased public attention on the museum benefit.
Hell’s Kitchen Free Store Is Priceless
The Free Store is more than just a store. It’s a communal space for gathering, connecting and exchanging ideas.
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