All posts by "Naomi Keusch Baker"

People often say that good things come in threes, and Foster the People’s engrossing albums are no exception. The band’s first album, “Torches,” is seemingly perfect, and its second album,“Supermodel,” ...

  Campbell’s Soup and Marilyn Monroe only scratch the surface of the subjects of Andy Warhol’s prints in the current exhibit at the High Museum of Art. An artist praised ...

Courtesy of Efe Efe/Nacho Gallego A young man survived a near-death stabbing. An openly gay council member received death threats. A Palestinian crossed the border weekly to perform in drag ...

Human expression and activism are inevitably intertwined, but religious beliefs can also enhance the importance of art. Actor Harry Lennix and Associate Professor of Music Theory Dwight Andrews discussed the ...

Musicians tend to save their breakthrough single for the end of the night, such as Smashmouth with “All Star,” but singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton pleasantly surprised the audience by beginning her ...

Vanessa Carlton, known for “A Thousand Miles,” released Liberman Oct. 23, 2015. The Emory Wheel had a phone interview with Carlton Feb. 14 to ask about Liberman. She also spoke ...

Hamilton fans are dreaming of Lin Manuel Miranda’s Moana earning him an Oscar to complete the entertainment grand slam —  Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony, or EGOT. Film aficionados are ...

What’s better than a viola? For people who disparage the middle child of the strings family, the cruel answer is “everything.” However, to the Jan. 28 audience of the one-time ...

The Abduction from the Seraglio explores a multitude of social issues from hundreds of years ago, yet succeeds in tying the topics to modern day ideologies. There are layers upon ...