…Step In

It wouldn’t be awards season without the Academy finding itself in a bit of a pickle. This year’s issue — a lack of host. For a brief 48-hour window last week, they seemed to have solved this problem. Kevin Hart was announced as the host for the 91st ceremony; however, for reasons that deserve more…

…keep on fighting

As we crawl toward the middle of March (through endless snow), it certainly is starting to feel as though this winter will never end. But I come bearing good news, crusaders. Spring is indeed almost here and it’s bringing new television with it!

…Let the Light In

“A Wrinkle In Time,” the novel by Madeleine L’Engle, is a short book. Packed into those few hundred pages are whole worlds. Some are in bright, brilliant colors, others in dull shades of brown, but all are equally fascinating. Ava DuVernay’s reimagining of this beloved novel attempts to capture all of the sparkle and brilliance…

…Break Through

“A Wrinkle in Time” has long been a staple of the summer reading list, and many a English class’s curriculum. For some its “required” nature has made it less appealing, but those who dove into the world created by Madeleine L’Engle were greatly rewarded.

…feel all the feels

It’s always safe to head into a Pixar movie with the assumption that you will ball your eyes out (“Up” you know what you did). I would recommend bringing a box (or two) of tissues with you the “Inside Out.”