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October 17, 2013
Filed under ARTS
“Enzo Avitabile Music Life,” the latest documentary from Jonathan Demme (director of “The Silence of the Lambs”) is aptly named. In his film, Demme captures legendary saxophonist Enzo Avitabile and his music as one unit, and he does so with great respect and admiration. From the...
Richard Raymond's new film "Desert Dancer" depicts the story of an Iranian dancer risking his life for creative expression, despite immense censorship. Though based on a true story, the film lacks emotionalism and engaging content.Read more »
Samantha Gerson has always been interested in the treatment of trauma, but it wasn’t until she worked with traumatized adults that she realized children suffering from these same conditions need attention and care they’re not getting. “Kids are human. I feel like people forget that a lot,” s...
A group of students joke and chatter on their way to the fourth floor of the Silver Center on a Tuesday night as though they are about to go to a party. They are actually heading to a meeting of NYU’s chapter of the Asian Pacific American Medical Students Association. Despite the jovial atmosphere,...
WSN staff shares what music it has been listening to latelyRead more »
Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair discuss their show "High Maintenance" and marijuana legalizationRead more »
New Amsterdam Records described “Sound / Source,” an event held at Museum of Modern Art PS1 on Oct. 19, as a “day-long electronic music festival” on its website, but, contrary to the image that phrase conjures, there were no bros in tank tops or neon clothing to be found. Instead, what transp...
WSN staff recommends new fall TV shows that have had lasting appealRead more »
Dia:Beacon By Alex GreenberGer, Arts Editor Seeing minimalist art may not sound like an ideal way to spend fall break, but Dia:Beacon may change your mind, as it is one of the best places to see art outside of New York City. Located in the New York State suburb of Beacon and only 80 minute...
In honor of the New York Film Festival, WSN staff recommends past films by NYFF directorsRead more »
September 17, 2014
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By the third week of class, you’re probably ready to stop doing all the readings professors are assigning. Sometimes, it’s actually worth doing the reading, though. Here are four times the WSN staff was pleased with a book on the syllabus: "The Stranger," Albert Camus Although Camus’ greatest work comes in at...