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Margo A. Silliman

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A List of Tracks for Your Next Breakup

This one is for your “main character moment” as you romanticize your own misfortune.


Comfort Shows To Get You Through Finals

In honor of the end of the semester, here is a selection of the Arts board's favorite comfort shows.

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‘Frankenstein’ Review: A Bewitching and Artistic Spin on a Classic

“Frankenstein” is a gripping form of audiovisual performance art that immerses the audience in all of its elements.

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‘Cosmic Relief!’ Review: It’s Camp! An Enjoyable Blend of Genuine Theater and Satire

Looking for a pleasant night out at the theater? Setting the scene amid 1960s communist paranoia, "Cosmic Relief!" plays off an uncontroversially controversial time.

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Roundtable: Alison Brie and Dave Franco on their New Film “Somebody I Used to Know”

The Harvard Crimson attended discussions with Dave Franco, Alison Brie, and Jay Ellis to discuss upcoming film “Somebody I Used to Know.”

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'Being Funny in a Foreign Language' Review: The 1975 Captures the Essence of Their Happily Emo Sound

The album is reflective, but in a way that focuses on how we look at the present moment; the current social climate is essential to how the band views their lives and past experiences.

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'Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire' Review: The Vampire Flick We Need in 2022

AMC may have begun the next vampire dynasty: "Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire" brings the seduction, murder, and escapism of the genre to today's high-quality television landscape.

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Trailer Breakdown: ‘WandaVision’ Ushers in a New Era for the MCU

In the first day of the trailer’s release, it garnered over 53 million viewers, more than eight times the viewership of its debut platform, the Emmys. But if you watched and had no idea what was going on, you’re not alone.