Movie buffs hoping to catch a giant gorilla punch a radioactive, skyscraper-sized lizard in the face, all while desecrating entire cities, will find themselves right at home watching “Godzilla vs. Kong.
The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down nearly everything in the world, with one exception: the music industry. During a time when people cannot physically go to work, artists can still record music from their homes, and in the case of rap, the results have been excellent.
Young Dolph and Key Glock are two artists who are often undeservingly left out of the top rapper conversation. They prove that again in “Dum and Dummer 2.”
UB’s Theatre and Dance Department streamed this year’s spring semester musical, “Living in a Topsy Turvy World: The Theatre of Gilbert and Sullivan,” from March 26-28.
Since its premiere in May 2020, the Hulu-exclusive animated series “Solar Opposites” has made its mark as one of the funniest adult cartoons on television.
Despite his Wu-Tang Clan influenced music representing a stark contrast to the mainstream sounds of rappers like Travis Scott and Lil Baby, Buffalo native Benny the Butcher has enjoyed a steep rise to stardom over the past few years.
In 2019, Lana Del Rey solidified herself as one of the great American singer-songwriters with her critically acclaimed album, “Norman F---ing Rockwell.” Now, after a year of controversies, Del Rey has reasserted her music prowess and public presence with “Chemtrails Over The Country Club.”
From the opening scene, it becomes clear that “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” is far from the “Justice League” viewers saw in 2017.
Gianna Damico has a résumé that would impress even the most accomplished student: she’s a presidential scholar, pole vaulted for UB’s Division I track and field team, is interning at the Jacobs Institute, studied abroad in Italy and has been a student ambassador for the Honors College.
The Buffalo and Erie County Public Library’s Blind Date with an International Book program pairs readers with a random non-English book.