Something Sour, Something Sweet: The Forgotten (2004)

By RACHEL BOLTON Contributing Writer Published September 20, 2011 The Forgotten, 2004–SOUR Ah, remember the days when we believed that M. Night Shyamalan could make good movies? And how every filmmaker wanted to create the next Sixth Sense? How audiences loved twists that could shock them to their core? Yup. This is one of those

The Lion King 3D: Roaring into Life

By OLIVIA FORNESS Contributing Writer Published September 20, 2011 The Lion King. Does it really need any more introduction than that? The current generation of college students all know the plot, the characters, and the music. We’ve been witnesses to a sequel (Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride, 1998), a re-telling from a different perspective (Lion

Renowned Designer Michael Bierut’s Work to be Showcased on Campus

By CHRIS SURPRENANT Arts Editor The College of Saint Rose, and the community at large will experience the visions of renowned designer Michael Bierut on September 25. The Esther Massry Gallery will be presenting “Michael Bierut 30 Years 90 Notebooks,” an exhibit showcasing a number of Bierut’s works, including his personal notebooks that contained rough sketches

Thirtieth Anniversary Larkfest

By THERESA TAYLOR Contributing Writer Published September 20, 2011 In celebration of Larkfest’s thirtieth anniversary, the crowds poured in to the heart of the city for music, merriment, and food.  Among the artists taking to the Washington Avenue Stage were Cody Beebe and The Crooks, Jason Spooner, and Diego Garcia.  At the WEXT 97.7 tent,

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