From indie lovers to blockbuster fanatics, CoMo has a theater for everyone
Book by book, young adult literature is becoming more inclusive
Keep an eye out for this season's hottest new releases on both laptop and silver screens
Months of negotiations make bringing a musical act to the city a feat
Joanna Hogg's autobiographical drama hazily recaptures her early art and love. Caution: This review contains spoilers.
CaptiView and Fidelio helps those who are hard of hearing or visually impaired enjoy many films at Ragtag
Sophie Turned follows up Game of Thrones by playing second fiddle in her own movie
Ali Wong and Randall Park's Netflix rom-com is unapologetically hilarious and embraces love's complicated nature
Missouri Contemporary Ballet dancers justify the physical and mental challenges of performing
During LGBTQ Awareness month, Talking Horse Productions diverts from a cisgender narrative with 'BOY,' which tells the story of a male raised as a female after a botched circumcision surgery
It's far less dazzling than the 1992 original
Olivia Wilde's directorial debut is a high school movie like no other. Minor spoilers ahead.
No Columbia summer is complete without a weekend at Columbia Art League's beloved festival, Art in the Park. Before you make your way to the event, take a look at some of the artists who will be showcasing their works this year.
Summer break brings some of cinema’s biggest blockbusters to town
The film, featuring CGI-created Pokémon creatures, is an incredible nostalgia trip for fans of the Nintendo game. Unfortunately, the plot itself has little else to offer.
The long-awaited fourth album arrives with familiar sounds but a grown-up tone
Fresh off its second album, the Los Angeles-based trio stops at Rose Music Hall on June 13
Sixty years after its founding, four women operate behind the scenes of the community-centered organization
In Robert Pattinson's latest starring role, the actor hooks audiences with his intimate portrait of a seemingly hopeless life in outer space
As seen in films such as Fifty Shades of Grey and After, fan fiction is increasingly washing into the mainstream. So why is it still considered taboo? Ph.D. student Megan Abrahamson explains her research on fan fiction and shame.