Hinds, a Madrid-based lo-fi rock band, released their new deluxe album “Holograma” on Oct. 28, the same night that they played Greenpoint’s concert venue, Warsaw.
It’s the Halloween season, which means that it is the perfect time of year to see a horror movie.
On Oct. 20, many hard core “Rocky Horror Picture Show” fans took to their televisions with vigor, eagerly anticipating the reemergence of their obsession 41 years later.
On Oct. 7, the Chicago-native band Autograf performed to a full house at Terminal 5.
With all of this time indoors, students are able to find more time to more frequently engage in their favorite pastime: binge-watching TV shows.
For the 54th consecutive year, the New York Film Festival (NYFF) will introduce cinephiles to the best films of the season from top directors and actors worldwide.
No matter how ardent or small-scale a fan, we can all admit that the closing of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two” marked a nostalgic end to an era.
One of the most exciting parts of the Fordham experience is taking advantage of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
For the past four years, the Film Society of Lincoln Center has been the home of a very unique program, which annually appoints one director to a position called the Filmmaker in Residence.
Everyone knows about Broadway, but even the most famous shows had to start somewhere else.