Solange Knowles recently released her third studio album “A Seat at the Table,” which harmonizes brutal and delicate black girl magic into a landmark protest album brimming with urgency, strength and genius.
On the corner of 88 4th St. awaits the fine dining restaurant and training ground known as Educated Palate, where muted jazz music complements assured movements from City College’s dedicated culinary service staff.
Fede Alvarez’s “Don’t Breathe” unfolds in adept twists designed to leave viewers short of breath, despite its simple premise: three young burglars ransack one final victim’s home for his settlement sum.
Frank Ocean has finally released the long-awaited “Blonde,” a gender and genre-bending collection of innuendos sprinkled with drugs, cars and glitter that confounds and disappoints.
The diverse group of teenagers in Al Jazeera America’s new documentary TV series “Edge of 18” come from different backgrounds. But as they face independence, they all have one thing in common – intense, escalating pressure.
A witty, side-splittingly hysterical movie with dialogue so sharp and funny that it rivals many current comedies—and it’s about Legos? Oh yes, it sure is. “The Lego Movie” is the most unexpected movie of the year. You certainly don’t have to be a young child or a lover of colorful bricks to appreciate it.
By Peter Hernandez. Phil Elverum has found himself in the present with “Clear Moon” wherein sonic environments resemble rolling fog and dense mountaintops without easily falling into a specific genre.