‘Lost in London,’ not lost on the audience

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...

Artist profile: Alumnus makes migraines into masterpieces

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...

Thor: A Ragnarok-ing good time at the movies

“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...

Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowship Winners showcase art

Photo by Autumn Walter|CIGAR| Students interact with a variety of media involved in the show, creating an immersive experience.  The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) allows artists to submit their artwork for...

Summer, 2018 – Sequels, prequels and a remake or two

Photo courtesy of IMDb. There’s no denying that since the beginning of time, classic stories have been remade, repackaged and retold. Nowadays fewer original stories are being created and classic stories are still resonating with...

WRIU DJ Spotlight: Jack O’Marra

Photo by Autumn Walter |CIGAR| Catch O’Marra at work by tuning into the “Sport Power Half Hour” on WRIU and his own personal talk show on RIU2. The man behind the microphone Rhode Island's leading non-commercial radio...

Deflategate documentary screens at Columbus

Americans tune in religiously for Sunday Night Football 17 weeks of the year, but one game on Jan. 18, 2015, between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts sparked a scandal that led to...

URI students showcase jazz talents with fervor

Last Tuesday night, the University of Rhode Island’s Department of Music presented the URI Jazz Collective and URI Standards Combo ensembles for an evening filled with swinging melodies at the campus’ Fine Arts Center. After...

The “Silver Age” of television: ‘Arrow’

You may have heard the phrase “a golden age of television” used when talking about the abundance of programs on air, but I prefer to use the term “silver age.” In the past decade...

“America the Beautiful 3” Preview

America the brave, America the beautiful: All ideals our country supposedly emulates, but sometimes, these principles are not portrayed in the right manner. In our culture today, the media often portrays America’s youth in...

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