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How to Snack at the Movies

How to Snack at the Movies

By Fernanda Amis, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017


Filed under Dining, Dining, Features

Movies and snacks go hand in hand, however over-priced snacks in movie theatres have led people to sneak in food. What are the best ways to enjoy your favourite snack without paying a fortune? Read more to find out.

Avengers Star Manages the Night in Miniseries

Avengers Star Manages the Night in Miniseries

By Tony Schwab, Staff Writer

April 25, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

"The Night Manager" is a new miniseries on AMC starring Tom Hiddleston as a hotel manager who is recruited to infiltrate an international arms network.

Screening Room Fails College Students

By Dejarelle Gaines, Copy Chief

April 7, 2016


Filed under Uncategorized

Napster founder Sean Parker's proposed streaming service The Screening Room would give viewers the opportunity to see new releases in their homes.

Netflix is no place for new films

Netflix is no place for new films

By Ethan Sapienza, Staff Writer

October 26, 2015


Filed under Arts, Film

The growing trend of debuting feature films on streaming services like Netflix is creating an irrevocable change in movie-watching practices that isn't all bad.

Alumna talks ‘Turn,’ NYU

Alumna talks ‘Turn,’ NYU

By Mary Ann Odete, Contributing Writer

April 7, 2015


Filed under Arts, Entertainment

Heather Lind, who graduated from NYU's graduate acting program and plays Anna Strong in AMC's "Turn," spoke with WSN to discuss her time spent at NYU and the upcoming season of the television series.

AMC’s ‘Turn’ fails as espionage drama, succeeds as period piece

AMC’s ‘Turn’ fails as espionage drama, succeeds as period piece

April 4, 2014


Filed under Arts

It would seem that spy dramas are all the rage again with FX’s “The Americans” having a stellar second season and BBC America’s “Flemming: The Man Who Would Be Bond” proving to be quite popular. This bodes well for AMC’s latest drama, “Turn,” a spy thriller set during the Revolut...

New York Comic Con 2013: ‘The Walking Dead’ cast joke around, hint character deaths

New York Comic Con 2013: ‘The Walking Dead’ cast joke around, hint character deaths

October 15, 2013


Filed under Arts

  At New York Comic Con’s “The Walking Dead” season 4 panel on Saturday, a 10-year-old boy told Lauren Cohan (Maggie) how beautiful she was, and then asked the panel why her character needed Glenn in her life when she’s such a “badass.” “Yeah, ease up man,” Steven Yeun (Glenn) shouted. Yeun, who plays Cohan’s love interest on th...

Glen Mazzara talks NYU life, career, inspirations

Glen Mazzara talks NYU life, career, inspirations

June 26, 2013


Filed under Editor's Picks, Features

Glen Mazzara, who earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in American and British literature from the College of Arts and Science and the Graduate School of Arts and Science respectively, served as an honored speaker at the Tisch Salute last month. Recently the showrunner for the AMC...

TV shows reap rating benefits with bigger budgets

TV shows reap rating benefits with bigger budgets

April 24, 2013


Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks

  With an average budget of $6 million per episode, “Game of Thrones” is HBO’s most expensive show. And although there is no data available for “Mad Men,” AMC has been known to pour money into the show. These high budgets allow “Thrones” and “Mad Men” to enjoy critical succ...