The newest addition to the DC Franchise, Justice League, was released into theatres on Nov. 17.
The Great British Bake Off (GBBO) aired the final episode of season eight last Tuesday, leaving many fans with the same taste Martha Stewart probably gets in her mouth whenever she skimps on the “homemade from scratch” recipe and opts for her brandname box mix; very tasty but a bit manufactured.
Winston-Salem and Forsyth County is the fifth largest school system in North Carolina, according to the Department of Education.
Her name may sound familiar from a viral Facebook video, but Grace Vanderwaal is much more than that.
The second season of Stranger Things uses a variety of tactics to capture the audiences attention in an endearing way.
On Oct. 27, the Wake Forest Theatre department debuted their production of the dystopian play Far Away, attracting a widespread audience of parents, locals and students to the Ring Theatre.
The original Destiny game was met with a decent amount of criticism because it lacked a comprehensive plot to the campaign, and many gamers felt as though the developers were lacking in communication when the three expansion packs were released.
From the day Blonde was first announced until the day it was released, it seemed as if Frank Ocean didn’t actually exist.
David Fincher’s new show on Netflix, Mindhunter, is more than culturally competent, it is a socially agile period-piece that dives into the far-reaching innovations of sociological and psychological criminology.
As Halloween quickly approaches, it’s a great time to revist some horror movie classics. Horror is often hit-or-miss, but when it’s done well, horror can have a profound impact on the audience and provide insightful cultural commentary while still entertaining and frightening the audience.
Mr. Robot’s third season began in total darkness, literally.
In an era where hip-hop and EDM have a commanding presence on the iPhones of the American youth, alt-rock has struggled to maintain the mainstream relevance that it had in the ‘90s and early 2000s.
Bars can be found on nearly every corner in Winston-Salem, but bar piña is stepping up the game.
Blade Runner is iconic. Ridley Scott’s artistic vision, Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauger’s stellar performances and Vangelis’ haunting score form a masterpiece.
Since all current undergraduates on Wake Forest’s campus were teenagers at some point during the 2010’s, many recognize the author John Green.
At first glance, BoJack Horseman doesn’t look like anything special.
With a welcoming environment, a lone podium and copious amounts of refreshments, the Creative Writing Department’s first Literary Salon of the year, taking place in Ammons Lounge, had all of the makings to deliver a transformative afternoon of poetry and essay reading.
Abundant Acreage Available (AAA), the new film from North Carolina native Angus MacLachlan, made a trip back home last weekend, showing at Aperture in downtown Winston-Salem.
Two different doors await eager visitors as they enter Dogwood Hops and Crops on Liberty Street, located two doors down from Crafted — The Art of the Taco, the popular taco joint.
Fall is in full swing, and with it comes the return of everything pumpkin.
The pumpkin spice latte has returned, and Wake Forest has officially entered fall.
In North Carolina, the shift from summer to fall brings with it all the familiar signs.
Perhaps the most highly-anticipated rock album of the year, the Killers Wonderful Wonderful has made many people excited for its release — the band’s first since 2012.
For a seventh season, writers Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have brought back FX’s hit series, American Horror Story.
Darren Aronofsky is particularly skilled at depicting the destruction of obsession.