The positivity and normalcy the film portrays Simon’s struggles makes it pleasant and watchable, occasionally tugging at the heartstrings a bit.
Stony Brook’s Center for Korean Studies at the beginning of the month, released in 2017, the Korean comedy-drama “I Can Speak.”
The Charles B. Wang Center’s newest exhibit, “POTASIA: Potatoism in the East,” showcases potato art.
“The Band’s Visit,” currently running at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, is one of the shortest shows on Broadway right now.
Stony Brook’s Pocket Theatre presented two original staged readings for audiences at the Staller Center for the Arts on March 3 and 4.
Stony Brook alumnus Mark Bridges walked away from the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday with two prizes. And only one of them was an Oscar.
“2 Dope Queens” made the jump from podcast to four-episode HBO special in February, bringing co-hosts Phoebe Robinson's and Jessica Williams' unadulterated discussions on sex,
Deciding whether a movie is good or bad is a relatively simple task that can be accomplished by assessing one variable: was the movie a pleasurable experience the whole way
Thanks to the 2018 Winter Olympics held in PyeongChang, South Korean culture has been put in the spotlight.
“ONCE,” currently performing at the John W. Engeman Theater of Northport, is a revival of the 2011 stage adaptation of the 2006 film of the same name. The show originated