Jazz Album Review: “El Arte del Bolero” – Passionate Homage to the Era of the Bolero

By Michael Ullman Miguel Zenón, who on saxophone has the facility of a bebopper, which he uses discreetly, is here a singer as well as an instrumentalist. Miguel Zenón and Luis Perdomo, The Art of the Bolero (Honey Music) As I write, it is alto saxophonist and composer Miguel Zenón’s 44th birthday. He’s a MacArthur … Read more

St Vincent Calls Her Film ‘The Nowhere Inn’ a Perfect Bookend to the ‘Masseduction’ Era

St. Vincent’s metafictional film “The Nowhere Inn” may not be a real documentary. But more than a year-and-a-half after it first premiered at Sundance, she says she has realized the movie captures some real moments in her career that already feel like a lifetime ago. When St. Vincent — or the indie rock star also … Read more

Gems of a Bygone Era: Rauner’s Classic Film Script Collection

Webster Hall Home of Rauner Library This past spring, in my first on-campus term at Dartmouth, I was afforded the opportunity of visiting the Rauner Special Collections Library, housed in stately, pillared Webster Hall. Over the course of three short visits, each limited to three hours due to COVID restrictions, I viewed a host of … Read more

Goodbye Marvel: Wyatt Russell and Andrew Garfield end their era as superheroes | Spoiler

The world of superheroes is hard to beat and Marvel he knows. Well, not for nothing has it become one of the most successful franchises in recent times. And, for that same reason, all those who have passed through his studio have already been marked by his performances. Such is the case of personalities like … Read more