Arts movie review
‘C’mon C’mon’: Mike Mills’ refreshing take on the labors and joys of parenthood
A24’s latest black-and-white flick offers a poignant, hopeful lens into what it means to care for a child.
Arts art exhibition review
‘Writing the Future’ distills the artistic origins of hip-hop culture into a coherent experience
Basquiat and all his modern cachet were what convinced me to attend, but the rich diversity of creative styles made me stay.
Arts tv review
‘Saturday Night Live’s’ Season 46 premiere offers satisfying satire of a world on fire
The best comedy often must straddle the line between satire and outright offensiveness — but we also don’t usually have a president hospitalized with the same virus that he profoundly mismanaged.
Kyle Markland ’22 just released his first album, ‘September’s Child’
MIT students aren’t particularly known for their creative pursuits, but Kyle Markland ’22 definitely subverts that stereotype. In his debut album, Kyle pairs multi-instrumental prowess with an impressive vocal range to carve out his unique sound.