Reality is subjective, and sometimes truth can be stranger than fiction.
As of 2021, the term “mankind” is a bit outdated.
Literature has the power to connect people even if cultural differences attempt to divide them.
“Midnight in Paris” will always remain a classic because it is a timeless film about the precious nature of time itself.
The theory of evolution radically changed the world.
Moulin Rouge! combines artistic elements from both the past and the current present moment to enchant audiences with a love story that feels both modern and classical.
Drawing inspiration from Jacque Demy’s 1964 classic The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Damien Chazelle essentially remade his favorite film into an Oscar-winning masterpiece.
As people attempt to connect with each other through online methods, one must wonder how technology impacts our need for human connection, and whether these digital interactions really are that palpable and genuine.
New York stole my heart because of my love affair with art and culture.
A Tribute to Stephen Hawking…and so much more.
Why I loved taking a “Food and Literature” class in college.
Few people would have predicted that a musical comedy-drama show about a high school glee club would end up being one of the most popular television series ever.
When I started college, I experienced newfound freedom while also suffering from how to control such power.
Music might enchant audiences, but there is also a dark side that reveals the bleakness associated with the entertainment industry.
Victor Hugo’s novel Les Misérables explores the precious value of life itself.
Music is a universal language that allows people to connect with each other as they listen to its profound beauty.