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Drugs, alcohol, emotional abuse and family issues aren’t funny, but FAU’s “August: Osage County” will make you laugh at all of them

Drugs, alcohol, emotional abuse and family issues aren’t funny, but FAU’s “August: Osage County” will make you laugh at all of them

July 1, 2014

Craving something a little more intimate than two and a half hours with this summer’s latest blockbuster? FAU’s Department of Theater and Dance has just the thing: a firsthand look into the Weston family w...

“Maleficent” is an action-packed modern fairy tale that will forever change the way you imagine Disney villains

“Maleficent” is an action-packed modern fairy tale that will forever change the way you imagine Disney villains

June 2, 2014

Disney’s “Maleficent” is an action-packed fairy tale that blurs the lines between good and evil, changing the way you see villains forever. This b...

Maddy’s Movies: “X-Men: Days of Future Past” is for mutant lovers, not action enthusiasts

Maddy’s Movies: “X-Men: Days of Future Past” is for mutant lovers, not action enthusiasts

May 26, 2014

I may not be as crazy about the “X-Men” series as I am with “The Avengers” but I was looking forward to seeing some awesome mut...

FAU Dancers Create Their Own Performances And Show Them Off On Stage

April 30, 2014

FAU student/teacher dancers and choreographers showcased their artistic and athletic abilities in this semester’s “Dances We Dance: Spring Fling” show on F...

Students had a ball at Fashion Forward’s Unparalleled Fashion Show despite technical difficulties

Students had a ball at Fashion Forward’s Unparalleled Fashion Show despite technical difficulties

April 16, 2014

As fashion bloggers from Envisionary Enterprises, SimplyAnnick, FashionatePhotobug, DopeAmbitions and the UP’s photographers began setting up their cameras, and DJ Bre of High Grade Audio p...

Bates Motel: “Presumed Innocent”

Bates Motel: “Presumed Innocent”

April 16, 2014

Episode Grade: A “Bates Motel” has been bordering the line between lackluster and captivating since the beginning of the season, but after last week’s chilling f...

Bates Motel: “Plunge”

Bates Motel: “Plunge”

April 10, 2014

Episode Grade: B- Picking up from last week’s reality check, “Bates Motel” gets right back into the swing of things, and after weeks of built-up tension loom...

“Bates Motel: The Escape Artist,” an escape from reality

“Bates Motel: The Escape Artist,” an escape from reality

April 3, 2014

Episode Grade: B- “Bates Motel” continues its strangely alluring quality with the slow-moving plot of “The Escape Artist.” Taking a break from the intense Norma/Norma...

Bates Motel: “Check-Out,” a glimpse of the past/future Norman Bates

Bates Motel: “Check-Out,” a glimpse of the past/future Norman Bates

March 26, 2014

Episode Grade: A+ Well, after last week’s blunder of an episode, I was curious to see if this episode would live up to the hype of its preview, and wow, did it. The culmin...

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a delightful movie filled with subtle dark humor

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a delightful movie filled with subtle dark humor

March 25, 2014

Funny, beautiful and very pink, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a classic Wes Anderson movie with perfectly symmetrical film shots, ...

Bates Motel: “Caleb,” Nothing but a tease

Bates Motel: “Caleb,” Nothing but a tease

March 19, 2014

Episode Grade: B- As the end of last week’s episode promised, the arrival of Norma’s long lost, and dreaded, brother Caleb (Kenny Johnson) brought some much an...

Malingering students vs. pugnacious teachers in the biggest (spelling) fight of the century

Malingering students vs. pugnacious teachers in the biggest (spelling) fight of the century

March 17, 2014

“This makes me want to drop English,” junior English major Sebastian Cardone said, his face drenched in sweat, his eyes wide with terror. He was talking about th...