A & E

Cinema is, by definition, spectral. When we watch old films, we are not only witnessing history; we are seeing the movements of those long dead, their ghosts captured in a ...

With its summery beats, “FM!” comes at the perfect time as we all yearn for warmer weather; unfortunately, it probably won’t bring you the joy that most associate with the ...

“The Royale” transports viewers to the 1910s world of boxing, with a raised ring center stage and a patched-up punching bag hanging from one side of the ceiling. Written by ...

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced the 15 nominees that members can vote on in December for the class of 2019 Hall of Fame induction on Oct. 9. ...

In 2011, Melissa McCarthy hit the comedy movie scene in an unprecedented way with her breakout performance in Paul Feig’s “Bridesmaids.” As the loud-mouthed, upfront sister-of-the-groom bridesmaid, McCarthy was critically ...

In the midst of total darkness, “The Moors” opens with a slow-building cacophony of bird squawks and screeches. This eerie atmosphere, which only grows as the lights come on and ...

Sure Sure was an enigma. I knew of the art pop band from Los Angeles, having listened to a handful of their songs. Although satisfied, I was also puzzled by ...

On a cloudless Oct. 23 night, indie rock band Cloud Nothings stopped by The Masquerade for their “Life Without Sound” tour. The band attracted a notably sized crowd for a ...

Theater Emory’s “We Are Proud to Present a Story About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884-1914” is set on ...