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Fashion, jewelry and antiquities will be featured in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ (VMFA) collections for this winter and spring, led by exhibitions from jewelry designer Jean Schlumberger, fashion from world-renowned designer Yves Saint Laurent and decorative art of the last days of Russia’s Romanov dynasty.
The Octaves celebrated their 25th anniversary at their spring concert Sunday evening in the Henry Mansfield Cannon Memorial Chapel.
University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University joined together at UR Downtown on March 18 for a night of music, fun and Krispy Kreme donuts.
The tradition of a cappella continues at University of Richmond with The Sirens' annual Holiday Concert on Dec. 3. The concert will feature all four of the university's a cappella groups – The Sirens, Choeur du Roi, The Octaves and Off the Cuff – at 9 p.m. in the Pier.
Japanese, Indonesian, Indian, Brazilian and West African harmonies brought students, alumni, faculty, children and community members together during the music department's Global Sounds Concert on Sunday, Nov. 23.
Splashed across the windows of a rundown building in an inner-city neighborhood are the words, “HEY YOU! Stop whining about civil liberties. A POLICE STATE is a SAFE STATE.”
For those of you who know me, you know that I love everything celebrity, fashion and pop culture. And for those of you who know me really well, you know how much I love to celebrate the style, mock the mental breakdowns (I’m talking about you, Amanda Bynes) and marvel at all of the talent. I live, breathe and love the movie premieres, reality (and quality) television and the superstars of the music industry. This list is a compilation of the most captivating Hollywood stories of the week and the things I felt most compelled to loathe or love. I hope you agree. You should.
“There are no two words in the English language more harmful
than good job.” This phrase is spoken toward the end of “Whiplash” by the intense
music teacher Terence Fletcher, and I can’t think of a better way to capture
the feeling of what has transpired.
Warning: Full spoilers for this week's episode below.
“Interstellar” is a new
film from director Christopher Nolan starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne
Hathaway and Jessica Chastain; a five-star movie in my opinion. The film is a crowning achievement in the
sci-fi genre, but one that falls just short of masterpiece status.
“Interstellar” deals with such gigantic ideas such as our place in the cosmos,
while also contemplating the meaning of human life when our planet
cannot sustain us anymore.
“Birdman” encapsulates the very best of what cinema can do — the film is a breathless whirlwind through one man’s quest to achieve artistic relevance. Michael Keaton stars as Riggan Thomson, an aging actor trying to escape the shadow of his former superhero persona. He attempts to do this by writing, directing and starring in a Broadway stage production of Raymond Chandler’s short story, “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love.”
There had to be a drop off at some point, right? Unfortunately, this week was a bit of a letdown after stellar previous episodes. I’m giving it 3 out of 5 stars. WARNING: There are full spoilers for this week's episode below.
4.5 out of 5 stars