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“She Kills Monsters”: A comedic, inspirational production

“She Kills Monsters”: A comedic, inspirational production

“She Kills Monsters” debuted in 2011 at the Flea Theater in New York. (Photo courtesy of Kaliisha Cole/Connector) Kaliisha Cole Connector Staff The Off-Broadway Players held their fall production of “She Kills Monsters” written by Qui Nguyen at the Comely-Lane Theatre. The production, which ran from November 20–24, is a comedic, yet dark fantasy that

“Charlie’s Angels”: A movie to give women their wings

Charlie’s Angels is the first attempt at restarting the IP since the failed 2011 TV show. (Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Releasing) Kaliisha Cole Connector Staff For a movie with a unique and surprisingly strong cast, it will exceed all expectations that one has going into it blindly. Right from the beginning, the audience will

“The End of the F***ing World” season 2: The gripping new season lives up to its predecessor

“The End of the F***ing World” is based on a comic book of the same name published in 2014. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Kaliisha Cole Connector Staff Directed by Jonathan Entwistle and Lucy Tcherniak, The End of the F***ing World continues for another season after its successful debut in 2017 on Netflix. For those who

“Magdalene”: The unique album from FKA Twigs

“Magdalene” is FKA Twigs’ first album in 5 years. (Photo courtesy of Young Turks) Kaliisha Cole Connector Staff FKA Twigs is an English singer/songwriter whose unique and peculiar music is like that of a painting coming to life. Her artistry is not a style that many people are drawn to and it takes people with

“Maleficent 2”: Angelina Jolie saves the day

“Maleficient 2” opened 47 percent lower than its predecessor in the box office. (Photo courtesy of Disney) Kaliisha Cole Connector Staff A dark fairytale continues. From director Joachim Ronning, “Maleficent 2” hit theaters on Oct. 18 with Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning as the stars yet again. In this part of the story, Prince Phillip

“The King”: a captivating medieval gem

“The King” had a brief, limited theatrical release before coming to Netflix. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Kaliisha Cole Connector Staff From director David Michod comes a Shakespearean retelling of Henry V in early 15th century England. Netflix has with another wonderfully adapted movie starring Timothee Chalamet as the young King Henry V and Robert Pattinson

Bringing “Lit” to the City: An Overview of the Boston Book Festival

The Boston Book Festival occured on Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20. (Photo courtesy of Kaliisha Cole) Kaliisha Cole Connector Contributor In Dewitt Center in Roxbury, Mass., the annual Boston Book Festival took place. The area was miniscule compared to more major book festivals, but many people had attended in anticipation of seeing a

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