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“Avengers: Endgame” came out only two months ago and everything is still fresh with us: the tears, the jokes, the conclusion to one of the most popular and beloved series.
“Yesterday,” directed by Danny Boyle, brings one of the most irresistible musical forces to film: The Beatles.
The Boss is back with his 19th studio album, “Western Stars.” With such a large discography, a fresh sound is hard to nail, but Bruce Springsteen has produced one of his best records to date.
It has been 44 years since Bob Dylan went on his "Rolling Thunder Revue" tour. Now with the help of Martin Scorsese, everyone can experience an inside glimpse of it in the Netflix documentary, "Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story."
Happiness has officially begun with the highly anticipated release of the Jonas Brothers’ fifth studio album “Happiness Begins.”
Last year, the movie “Bohemian Rhapsody” rocked the world with its telling of the story of Queen. This year, “Rocketman” dazzles and delights with its telling of the story of Elton John.
Taylor Swift. Ariana Grande. Britney Spears. When thinking of the queens of pop, those are names that seem to always make the list. “Dedicated,” Carly Rae Jepsen’s fourth studio album, shows she wants to be pop royalty too.
IU offers much for students but also has a wide range of traditions that make IU the campus it is. An important tradition for students in their educational endeavors is shaking the hand of the statue of Herman B Wells. Wells was a former IU president, so students seek out his statue before each semester for good luck in their courses.
Many new TV shows and movies were added to Netflix in May, including the highly anticipated “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” on May 3. The film, a biographical thriller directed by Joe Berlinger and starring Zac Efron and Lily Collins, tells the story of infamous serial killer Ted Bundy from the perspective of his ex-girlfriend Liz Kendall, whose name in real life was Liz Kloepfer.