Museum draws visitors to idyllic site

The Shakers adopted confession of sin, celibacy and communal living in their search for a perfect Christian life. Their beliefs are often associated with their energetic and whirling expressions during worship — hence the name “Shakers.”


‘Chef’ proves a wholesome morsel

"Chef" (2014) gets 8.0/10, and is "food porn" but also a "food love affair," worth "an order at the box office."


‘Snowpiercer,’ though moralizing, will thrill

Andrew Kingsley turns his eye to "Snowpiercer" (2013), an allegorical thriller set in 2031.


With support, recent alums see success in arts


Heralded songwriter Bird to perform at Hop


'Jersey Boys' Loses Charm On-Screen


Burns, College enjoy fruitful bond

Over the years, Ken Burns has repeatedly visited the College, most recently screening his third episode of “The Roosevelts” at the Hopkins Center on July 13. The screening marks the fifth consecutive summer that Burns, who sits on the Hop’s board of overseers, has opened an advance screening at the College, according to a Hop press release.


Upcoming Hood Museum event will pair opera with visual art

The Hood Museum's “Opera Inspired by Art,” a walk-through event that will link art with classical music, will take the audience through the museum’s first-floor gallery on Friday.


New film course will remake sitcom, use new resources at College

In a film course offered for the first time, 16 students have tackled television production this summer, working on promotional sports clips and preparing to recreate an episode of a popular sitcom.


‘Obvious Child’ shocks, amuses

In this age of political correctness and verbal thin ice, director Gillian Robespierre’s 2014 crass, honest romantic comedy, “Obvious Child,” is a breath of fresh air.


Alumni theater engages campus with new plays