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Eminem revisits the nostalgia of his arguably best album, “The Marshall Mathers LP” (“MMLP”), with “MMLP 2.”
Mathers has been careful in interviews to clarify that the album is just that, a re-visitation, and not so much a sequel or continuation of the 2000 album.
On Wednesday, the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center was bursting at the seams with the songs of America and an immense feeling of patriotism as the U.S.
Act V continues to go on the comedy route each semester for its student-run stage productions and this semester is no different, with the hilarious, but thought-provoking play “Picasso at the Lapin Agile” as one of the main shows for the fall semester.
“Noises Off” will leave the audience floored with Act V’s December show. With rehearsal well underway, director Ryan Kruelwicz expects nothing but the best from the cast and crew.
It is not often that Shippensburg is graced with the showmanship and pizzazz of the Broadway stage, but as it saw last Tuesday, even a small town in rural Pennsylvania is the perfect host for the magnificence of a Broadway hit.
Art education major Jolie Duhon’s exhibit focusing on older art forms opened on Nov. 18.
The student exhibit is located in the Brindle Gallery in Huber Art Center.
It is hard to stand out in the electronic based music scene today. We have seen it with house, trap and dubstep music.
A typical sight on a Wednesday night at Shippensburg’s Thought Lot includes around a dozen people combined with a few acoustic guitars and a handful of amateur musicians and comedians sprawled across the old, mismatched couches under dim lighting.
A young rapper has emerged on the world stage, exhibiting a witty lyricism that is quickly disappearing with the evolution of hip-hop.
The playhouse is in its fifth year of existence this semester, and has put on more than 20 shows to date.
“Every year the carpet is packed,” said Andrew McGinnis, a four-year veteran of the playhouse.
It has been three weeks since the launch of Sony’s PlayStation 4 and a week since Microsoft opened up their Xbox One to the public.
Throughout history, great pieces of art have been captured through the lenses of cameras.
That is exactly what Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education, SHAPE, hoped to show the local community through its January exhibit.
There is always something to be gained by seeing a performance in person. It could happen when acclimating to a new and surreal environment within the auditorium.
Award show season plays an important role in the New Year, marking the conclusion of the previous year’s entertainment industry.
This year’s Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards praised numerous actors, musicians, directors and writers for their work in films and television shows we all enjoyed in 2013.
Kicking off this year’s season, comedic icons Tina Fey and Amy Poehler entertained the crowd at the 71st Annual Golden Globes as hosts for the second year in a row early this January.
While cracking jokes and poking fun at those in attendance, including the nominees, the pair succeeded in making the Hollywood A-listers feel welcome along with prepared for the evening ahead.
Fey and Poehler made their second round at hosting a memorable ceremony for everyone involved.
As the semester begins, new exhibits will continue to be put on display in the Huber Art Center.
This semester there are going to be exhibits from “Best of the Best; PA Art Educators,” an SU student art exhibit, and two senior exhibitions.
It was just six years ago “Beliebers” fell in love with this sweet 14-year-old boy from Canada watching his music covers on YouTube.
It has been said, many times, that the most effective way to get nominated for an academy award for an actor, is to completely change yourself, even in a negative way in order to properly portray a character in a story.
Hosted by LL Cool J, the 56th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony celebrated the accomplishments of the best singers, songwriters and producers during 2013.
Folk icon Pete Seeger died on Monday at the age of 94.
Seeger began his musical career in 1938, touring with a group known as the Vagabond Puppeteers.
Film and video have become a very influential medium in today’s society. Even the shortest movies can tell some of the most compelling stories.