There are many reasons to love the Arts and Entertainment section of the Sun. Henry Staley '16 may love it for different reasons than the rest of us.
Totally Biased star W. Kamau Bell talks to The Sun about comedy, Black History Month and making art a career.
For The Whistling Shrimp, being funny requires serious commitment, writes Sam Bromer '16.
The Smiths may have been the best band that has ever existed, but Johnny Marr's attempts to go solo are downright sad. Smith's fan Mike Sosick '16, tries to find some redeeming qualities in new album, The Messenger.
Alice Wang '15 discusses the ups and downs of MTV's True Life.
Daveen Koh '13 reviews Kate Nash's newest release, Girl Talk.
Sun Contributor Madeline Salinas '16 reviews They Might Be Giants' newest release, Nanobots.
James Rainis '14 reviews Youth Lagoon's newest release, Wondrous Bughouse.
After coming to terms with the difficulties of creativity, Zachary Zahos '15 has learned to appreciate art's intertextual nature.
Teresa Kim '15 finds solid acting, unorthodox plot structure in the Kitchen Theatre's production of Crooked.