In Episode 2, hosts Amaya and Melanie discuss the timeless battle over Spotify and Apple Music. The hosts also get into a heated discussion over the Hollywood remake He’s all That and Hollywood’s infamous reputation of ruining classics.
Join Arts & Culture editors Amaya McDonald and Melanie Navarro for the new Statesman podcast, “Off The Record.” From The “King of Pop” Michael Jackson to Lady Gaga, they dig into the artistry that creates a cohesive no-skip album.
It might come as a shock to some of you that Stony Brook University is not a school made for the arts. Perhaps the abundance of science buildings with the humanities packed in a corner, or simply its reputation as an internationally renowned research university.
Marvel and DC combined their cinematic universes to create an epic battle between two of the most famous movie monsters in the history of cinema: Godzilla and King Kong. “Godzilla vs. Kong” was released on March 31 in theaters and on HBO Max.
Owning a business was Lyn Cooperman’s longtime dream. She achieved that when she opened the North Fork Craft Gallery in Wading River four years ago, one of a group of small stores attached to The Inn and Spa at East Wind.
Sports and music have always been intertwined for Cartier. Indistinguishable from the crowd at a game, Cartier shares an ability similar to Garry Howatt, his favorite hockey player, to carry a larger presence than initially expected.
Editors cover USG election results and recent amendments to the constitution, USG’s meet and greet with actress Keke Palmer, a review of Lana Del Rey’s new album “Chemtrails over the Country Club” and the importance of college internships.