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Artsweek’s April Film Calendar is finally here and ready to lift up spirits during this time of social distancing and self-isolation.
On “Future Nostalgia," Lipa carefully constructs her sound around ‘80s pop and brings it to the present, embracing retro trends while putting a fresh perspective on them.
In need of good television and entertainment while you’re stuck at home during this global pandemic? Well, look no further.
Lady Gaga has returned after a four-year gap since her last studio album with a new hyper-addictive track, “Stupid Love."
Recently, White Reaper, a Kentucky-based quintet rock band, headlined a concert at SOhO Restaurant & Music Club downtown along with supporting acts The Aquadolls and Native Sun.
It’s better late than never for Netflix to finally release an “All the Bright Places” screen adaptation.
Zack Fox packed I.V. Theater last Wednesday night at UC Santa Barbara as crowds arrived early and waited excitedly for Fox to bring a pre-dead week treat of laughter.
“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” is a poignant, brilliantly realized story about love. But more specifically, it is a beautiful meditation on the memory of love.
Yung Fuzz, Pretty Cheeky, Closeout and Tastegood all showed up to The Hub last Thursday to prove themselves as worthy contenders among the long list of other prestigious bands in town.
In “Miss Anthropocene,” Grimes explores the consequences of the pursuit of art by personifying her self-destructive tendencies.