Nearly a decade since the release of the last “Hunger Games” movie, “Mockingjay – Part 2,” there’s a new installment in the series. Based on Suzanne Collins’ 2020 prequel novel of the same name, “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” released in theaters earlier this month to an underwhelming opening weekend, but its box office success since then signifies the Hunger Games’ lasting popularity.
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“Do you want to make your mark?”
Immediately upon entering, four sentences confronted visitors:
The instruments hanging in Judith Cohen’s living room are far from typical.
The violin emitted a high-pitched wail. The cello contrasted the sound with a violent, deep, thunderous rumble. The flute sporadically interrupted with a breathy screech.
Historic preservationist Jeff Iovannone discussed conserving LGBTQ+ spaces in Western New York as a part of the UB Gender Institute’s Signature Lecture series on Oct. 12.
The U.S. Civil War, the Spanish Flu Pandemic and the Indian Removal Act of 1830 are heavily covered in history textbooks. These books typically narrate the causes and effects of these events on mainly Europeans and Americans, unfortunately leaving out many voices.
Content warning: This article mentions self harm and sexual assault.
Nathalie Joachim wanted to play a game with her audience.
There are two paintings of Snoopy. The first depicts him admiring the sky from the top of his shed with a glossy, pristine finish. The second depicts a messy portrait, with prominent brush strokes blending almost every color into each other.
Their music is intentionally uncomfortable. The saxophonists huff and puff into their instruments, producing a harsh sound rather than a resonant one. The occasional melody doesn’t last long before it’s interrupted by wails and moans. It’s a perpetual cycle of grating sounds and interrupted harmonies.