Noah Whitfield

Noah Whitfield (20C) is from Johannesburg, South Africa, majoring in creative writing and minoring in Spanish. His interests include making music, writing scripts and watching movies. Contact Whitfield at [email protected]

C.W. Stoneking Is the Unexpected Hero of Southern Blues

Courtesy of C.W. Stoneking Bringing passion and humor to the stage, Australian blues singer-songwriter C.W. Stoneking performed an electrifying setlist at the Mammal Gallery on Oct. 6. Stoneking’s gravelly voice and metallic guitar notes cast a spell on the audience of about 50 as soon as he took the stage in his all-white outfit.  Stoneking [...]

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Hell Yea Comedy Show Showcases Up-and-Coming Atlanta Talent

While Emory students struggle through midterm season, venues in Atlanta are celebrating local talent. On Sept. 24, the Hell Yea Comedy Show, hosted at Smith's Olde Bar by stand-up comedian Ashima Franklin, showcased some of Atlanta’s up-and-coming stand-ups of varying experience levels and cultural backgrounds for an engaging show.  Although they only had around 15 [...]

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Burton’s ‘Dumbo’ Delivers Spectacle, Not Story

Max Medici (Danny DeVito), Milly Farrier (Nico Parker) and Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) wait for Dumbo to glide above a crowd of glaring spectators. /Courtesy of Jay Maidment/Disney The live-action adaptation of Disney’s 1941 animated classic “Dumbo” receives the classic Tim Burton treatment: eccentric characters, extravagant sets and a dark color palette. But don’t be [...]

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LP sells out Buckhead Theater

A full house of screaming fans welcomed Laura Pergolizzi to Buckhead Theatre on Feb. 28 for the 17th stop of her “Heart to Mouth” tour. Pergolizzi, who goes by the stage name LP, performed a flawless show — a combination of incredible vocal work, a phenomenal live band and mesmerizing stage lighting. LP burst onto [...]

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‘Triple Frontier’ is Three Times the Bore

Santiago Garcia (Oscar Isaac) unites his retired friends from the U.S. Special Forces to conduct a heist in the Colombian jungle in Netflix’s ‘Triple Frontier.’/Courtesy of Netflix This year, Netflix landed a critical success in “Roma,” a film that it acquired. Unfortunately their original films are mostly unwatchable or simply forgettable. Although “Triple Frontier,” the [...]

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