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Monday, December 11, 2023
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The Grapevine

From witchcraft to pop-music-infused Shakespeare, performances by various UB groups promise to end the school year with a bang. 

“Bridgerton,” a TV drama available to stream on Netflix. 

The love and loss of high society

In a lovely testament to love and loss, “Bridgerton” adopted a slow-burn approach toward guilt complexes and the inner turmoil of whether we should put our responsibilities to ourselves or not. 

The cover art for “I Know Nigo!” featuring Pharrell, A$AP Rocky, Kid Cudy and Pusha T.

Nigo plays it safe on ‘I Know Nigo!’

The album’s less-than-expected quality and innovation feels all the more disappointing because it features some of the biggest talents around and Nigo’s creativity, exemplifying that it takes not just creators, but a desire to adventure into the unknown in order to create a masterpiece.

“Turning Red” centers around 13-year-old Mei Ling as she navigates her hereditary ability to transform into a giant red panda when experiencing strong emotions.

‘Turning Red’ turned out great

With a Godzilla-esque red panda, the best fictional boy band since Spongebob’s Boys Who Cry and candid discussions surrounding getting a woman’s first period, Pixar’s “Turning Red” presents a surprisingly hilarious and heartfelt story. 

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