With astounding reinvention, “Oppenheimer” detonates the very form of the biopic.
Sonically shattering silver screens starting Friday, the film written and directed by Christopher Nolan details the tangled legacy of J.
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It is time to find the perfect beach read.
Whether they’re soaking up some rays of sunshine or cooling off inside, bookworms will be far from bored this summer.
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This summer’s television releases are shining as bright as the sun.
The highly anticipated shows on this season’s lineup are guaranteed to bring the heat.
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Movie theaters will lure crowds away from the sweltering sun this summer.
Hollywood’s upcoming slate of anticipated films is sure to satisfy audiences in pursuit of a gripping getaway.
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With “Fetale,” Nancy Nan and Ashley Chen are cutting constraints on gender expression.
The two designers are joining forces in the “Fetale” collection, which marks their second runway show and first collaboration.
Comedically conducting Spring Sing, Company is tuning absurdity in the student experience.
The sketch comedy troupe serves as master of ceremonies for UCLA’s annual Spring Sing music competition, said Company member and fourth-year data theory student Bennett Cohen, creating around 10 sketches each season.
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It’s a “Succession” election eve party, and glasses are brimming with Champagne problems.
Sliders donned in American flags neighbor sparkling flutes for the Roy “Tailgate Party” in episode seven, with snakes and scorpions vying for a position in the presidential election and GoJo deal.
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