Cole Huntley

Cole Huntley (23C) is from London and is majoring in business and French studies. Some of his favorite things include bluegrass music, films about time travel and trying (not very successfully) to write poetry. Huntley is fascinated by the idea that people can either write an ocean of words as deep as a puddle or a puddle of words as deep as an ocean. Contact Huntley at [email protected]

Musicality Abounds in ‘Notes With Attachments’

In a union of sideline masters, producer and guitarist Blake Mills has joined forces with legendary bassist Pino Palladino to create a fresh collaborative effort. “Notes With Attachments,” released March 12, is an instrumental album showcasing a selection of melodic fragments developed by Palladino over the past decade. In spite of its disappointingly bland album [...]

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Theater Emory Contemplates Loneliness, Isolation in ‘La voix humaine’

Although Jean Cocteau penned “La voix humaine” (“The Human Voice”) in 1928, it’s a production for our times. As spiritual predecessor to renowned monologues like “Life of Pi” (2012) and “Phone Booth” (2002), “The Human Voice” follows a desperately lonely woman as her tenuous grip on sanity gradually unravels during a phone call with a [...]

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Father and Son: 4 Ghibli Films To Watch Ahead of ‘Earwig and the Witch’

Gorō Miyazaki, son of beloved Studio Ghibli co-founder Hayao Miyazaki, will release his third feature film, “Earwig and the Witch,” on Feb. 3. The film will be the studio’s first fully 3D computer-generated project, representing the younger Miyazaki’s desire to rejuvenate Ghibli and propel it into modernity. At a press conference for the film, Miyazaki [...]

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