‘Kantara’ captivates the audience with its gripping screenplay, mythological backdrop, and a perfect blend of action and folklore, emphasizing the interconnections between humans and Mother Nature.
“The character doesn’t speak. You have to be very expressive with just your body, and you get to really play with all of the implicit body language stuff that is active in everyday life and interactions. It really comes to the forefront in a Blue Man Group show when you’re not able to use words and yet you have to carry along a story and make sure the audience is there with you, understanding what you’re trying to put across.”
While the nearest soondubu restaurant was a whole hour away from where I grew up in New Jersey, Kaju Tofu House in Allston brings me a taste of my Korean heritage only a short bike ride away. One sip of their boiling hot tofu soup brings back childhood memories of eating soondubu with my family and will fill Koreans and non-Koreans alike with cozy and warm feelings.
The North End has countless Italian restaurants, but which one is truly worth the trip and carbs? Valuing authenticity, charm, and, of course, deliciousness, Carmelina’s checks all the boxes.
Upon my arrival to MIT as a freshman and huge foodie, I discovered two popular cafe chains, Flour and Tatte, and I became determined to figure out which reigns supreme. From the food to the ambience and location, I wanted to fairly compare and contrast what each has to offer.
Another great release by Kwon, further solidifying her status as one of this generation’s best K-pop solo artists. A powerful title track in “Underwater” coupled with whimsical and cheerful pop B-sides of “Flash” and “Hi” make ‘Lethality’ worth a listen.
“[Making a game for social justice] is a lot more than just showing an image of a person having to make choices in their life and pointing out how hard their life is, because that is just upholding one image of what it means to be a Black or Brown person rather than allowing for more representation or power. I don't want a Brown face in a game that has no Brown people behind it. I want to write that game.”
The authors masterfully capture the feeling of balancing between two cultures, and they do so with humor, compassion, and warmth.
From award-winning creator Julian Fellowes, this is a must-watch for die-hard fans. As the cast faces the implications of a mysteriously bequeathed villa in the South of France, the filming of a silent motion picture, and multiple health scares, ‘A New Era’ both ties up loose ends left by the first film and leaves behind a few opportunities for a possible third iteration.
MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble, MIT Wind Ensemble, and MIT Vocal Jazz Ensemble came together with special guests last Saturday to perform It Must Be Now!, a two-year endeavor combining music, spoken word, and interpretive dance into a powerful call to action against racial injustice.
While the movie promises to be a thriller, Harry Potter fans will find the plot predictable.