Rising indie artist Jonathon Ng, known as EDEN, rocked Irving Plaza in downtown Manhattan on April 5.
Stony Brook University Libraries concluded its celebration of Women’s History Month this Monday with a final lecture detailing how gender roles impact female success in the
Stony Brook’s Center for Korean Studies at the beginning of the month, released in 2017, the Korean comedy-drama “I Can Speak.”
Thanks to the 2018 Winter Olympics held in PyeongChang, South Korean culture has been put in the spotlight.
Between the new arc of the infamous "Fate" series, hit romance show "Just Because!" and the manga-based "Made in Abyss," last year was a good run for anime. So what’s in store
Doki Doki Literature Club!, a dating simulation game by Team Salvato, surprises video game fans by actually turning into a psychological horror game.
The Star Wars saga has won the hearts of millions since 1977, yet a similar story has been seen before, and it debuted in print nearly a decade before “Episode 4: A New Hope”
Though there are some nods to the original anime show itself — the movie starts by introducing Tat and Izana, two key characters from the show — the storyline is based on the
On Sunday, Sept. 24, the Charles B. Wang Center hosted a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
Since Sept. 8, there has been a new film on the rise, and “It” has just made its big debut.