Zack DeLuca

Zack DeLuca
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Entertainment Editor - "I am a determined multimedia journalist seeking a career in the fields of entertainment journalism and video production. I have extensive experience writing and editing for print as well as audio/video broadcasting." Zack is graduating in May 2018 with a double major in Journalism and Film/Media. His stories have appeared in the Cranston Herald, Warwick Beacon, Newport Mercury, and Narragansett Times. Twitter: @zackdeluca
Take that special someone out for a lovely evening this weekend in support of local theater. In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, The Contemporary Theater Company (CTC) will be hosting the 3rd Annual Contemporary Theater Chorus Program Benefit "Love Songs Concert"  at the CTC in Wakefield, this Sunday, Feb. 11. The...
Actor turns worst night of his life into directional debut Three-time Oscar nominee Woody Harrelson brought his film “Lost in London” to Edwards Hall this past Sunday for a screening and moderated discussion, presented by the University of Rhode Island Student Entertainment Committee. The original “premiere” of the film took...
Editors Note: Click here to watch "The Scene," now on YouTube. A senior film major has brought his latest movie to life with the help of a small crew fighting against the weather, scheduling conflicts and the clock. Chris Anderson has worked on several productions during his time at the University...
With the Thanksgiving break approaching fast, many students are looking forward to taking some time off from classes to consume copious amounts of food…and television. If your semester has been anything like mine, you’ve had to cut back your “Netflix and chill” time and cover your ears while the...
“Thor: Ragnarok” manages to be one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most enjoyable films yet thanks to director Taika Waititi’s brilliantly casual sense of humor. Right from the start, the film manages to give us one of many laugh-out-loud moments as Thor (Chris Hemsworth) sarcastically mocks an enemy, and...
Ever since suffering from a seizure, a Providence artist has been seeing gears and designs that have led him to create truly emotional and inventive works of art. Christopher Thomas, who was born and raised in Rhode Island, works as an artist from his home studio in Providence, RI,...
The University of Rhode Island’s Jazz Big Band entertained hundreds of URI Alumni and local residents during the Wakefield Oktoberfest and River Fire this past Saturday, as part of the University’s 125th anniversary celebration. Seventeen undergraduate students, and one graduate student, fill the ranks of the band, directed by Grammy...
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” proves to be a fun ride as it brings back the hyper-stylized action and beloved characters of its predecessor, but it ultimately suffers from its poorly fleshed out villain. The movies are loosely based on the comic book series, “Kingsman: The Secret Service” from creators...
"Momento Mori: Colonial American Lives in Stone" provides the University of Rhode Island community members with an in-depth understanding of a historic art form that can be easily overlooked. The special exhibition was curated by advanced art history students and faculty. The exhibit teaches community members about the generally...
The 69th annual Primetime Emmy Awards proved to be a diverse and deserving year for this past Sunday’s winners. Stars sang and danced, records were broken, people of color and women dominated the stage, and Sean Spicer even made a surprise appearance. Stephen Colbert hosted the evening’s ceremonies opening...

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