EDUARDO PADRINO | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST Music, like most other professions, offers a broad variety of opportunities in the jobmarket: from performance to education and composition to the study of sound itself in fields like acoustics and sound engineering. From a distance, music seems like a potential #1 option for the college student who wants to… Read More The Big Question: How to Make a Living in Music?
Eduardo: The Twilight Zone Unlike many other TV series that have been released in the last couple of decades, “The Twilight Zone” has been able to withstand the test of time. Perhaps its black-and-white color palette and its production value make its age very apparent, but the subjects of each episode and the creative process… Read More Junk Drawer: Reboots We Want to See
Anna: “Venom” Normally, I would shy away from movies like this one, considering Venom looks like what nightmares are made of. To be completely honest, one of the only reasons I am even remotely excited about “Venom” is because of Tom Hardy. I know very little about Marvel movies, but give me a movie with… Read More Junk Drawer: Fall Films We Want to See
EDUARDO PADRINO | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST Hip-hop has had an amazingly long run of market success in the music industry. Starting in the 1970s as a mere party habit in the Bronx, decades of finessing and fine-tuning have turned hip-hop into a form of musical art in its own right. Throughout its evolution, hip-hop held on… Read More Where is Hip-Hop Going?
EDUARDO PADRINO | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST Approaching its 50-year-anniversary, the Beatles’ eponymous release still stands as one of the most relevant projects of its time. “The White Album” marked a rough spot in the iconic band’s career. Ongoing tensions between band members as well as increasing drug use and lack of communication were catalysts of the… Read More Classics Review: “The White Album”– The Beatles
Alex: Avengers: Infinity War Whenever a film is about to be released, several movie posters will be created in order to get people interested in seeing the film. For myself, I love the movie poster for “Avengers: Infinity War,” which is scheduled to be released April 27th, 2018. One of the things I like about… Read More Junk Drawer: Favorite Movie Poster
Alex: Jaws When it comes to movies about sharks, “Jaws” is the most famous example and one of the most memorable things about this film is the musical score that was played whenever the shark was about to attack someone. Composed by John Williams, this musical score helped increase the amount of suspense and terror… Read More Junk Drawer: Best Soundtrack