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Taking the Spiritual to the Streets

Taking the Spiritual to the Streets

October 30, 2019

Thousands gathered at St. Paul's Church on Oct. 27 to celebrate Señor de los Milagros, a tradition originating in Lima, Peru.

With New EP, Bleachbear Grows From Seattle Roots

With New EP, Bleachbear Grows From Seattle Roots

October 30, 2019

Seattle based indie group, Bleachbear, consisting of Fordham students Emiko Gantt and Tigerlily Colley, drop new EP, "Deep Sea Baby."

‘The Lighthouse’ Subverts, Scares and Shines

‘The Lighthouse’ Subverts, Scares and Shines

October 30, 2019

Just in time for Halloween, indie filmmaker Robert Eggers’ “The Lighthouse” aims to betray the trends of modern horror films. If you’re looking for a “jump-scare fest,” look in the other direction; Eggers’ film is certainly disturbing, but not exactly in the way you might have imagined.

Greg Laswell Finds Meaning in Melancholy in ‘Covers’

Greg Laswell Finds Meaning in Melancholy in ‘Covers’

October 21, 2019

The singer recently performed at (Le) Poisson Rouge to promote his new album, "Covers II," and connect with his audience by re-interpreting well-known songs.

Reel Talk: Inside the New York Film Festival

Reel Talk: Inside the New York Film Festival

October 16, 2019

Two students discuss what makes up a film festival and what movies to look out for on streaming platforms now that NYFF has ended.

UPDATED: Wavelengths Brings Student Radio to LC

UPDATED: Wavelengths Brings Student Radio to LC

October 16, 2019

A group of FCLC sophomores teamed up to create a radio show equivalent to WFUV that they felt the Lincoln Center campus lacked.

The Britanys to Play at Rod’s

The Britanys to Play at Rod’s

October 16, 2019

The Bushwick-based band talks about how they are using technology to foster interaction and community with their fans.

A Fordham Student’s Guide to LGBT History Month

A Fordham Student’s Guide to LGBT History Month

October 16, 2019

Discover exhibits, shows, film screenings and more that commemorate LGBT History Month this October.

Two Weeks of World-Class Ballet

Two Weeks of World-Class Ballet

October 16, 2019

This year's ABT fall season includes a lineup of classic choreography and contemporary works.

Felt for Thought: Inside Lucy’s Deli on 6th

Felt for Thought: Inside Lucy’s Deli on 6th

October 16, 2019

Situated within bright pink walls at Rockefeller Center, Lucy Sparrow’s Delicatessan on 6th provides visitors the quintessential New York deli experience — with some exceptions. It’s not a deli at all; it’s an art exhibit. And instead of home-cooked, all the food is hand-stitched and made of felt.

Review: “Joker”

Review: “Joker”

October 16, 2019

After several different iterations of the “clown prince of crime,” Joaquin Phoenix is now aiming to fill the (already) big shoes left behind by Heath Ledger. And while “Joker” may still technically be a “comic book film,” this is anything but an action-packed, crowd-pleasing time at the theater.

Yeezus Rises Again

Yeezus Rises Again

October 16, 2019

Get a look into Kanye West's exclusive New York City listening party for his upcoming album "Jesus is King."