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Appearing at the month-long NJ Film Festival last weekend were three short films from New Jersey-based filmmakers and a feature length coming-of- age tale from Canada.“Broken Tiaras,” from a webseries titled “Meet the Ladybugs” by Dorothy Wallace, follows a group ofanthropomorphized ladybugs in a rock band who fight gender-based wrongs.
honeygrow first opened for business on Monday, September 26th. Its opening had beenanticipated for awhile—news that honeygrow would be one of the new restaurants opening atthe Yard was announced almost a year ago.
For parents who were unsure about whether this newfangled film was for children, the title pointed to a subtle, “NO.” Names are important.
“The sign-in sheet is right behind you,” said Dana Eckstein, the event coordinator, to a crowd of 16 at last Thursday’s weekly open-mic night at the George Street Co-op.
College is a very tough time in a person's life, or at least it is for me. Countless nights of staying up till 2 a.m., anxiety about trying to achieve that perfect grade, trying to juggle a social life and other obstacles that are in the way, it all can just be flat too much.
The Mason Gross School of the Arts welcomed students, faculty and staff back with a showcase of their previous artwork.
Autumn is coming, and Rutgers — New Brunswick is ready. This past weekend the Scarlet Knights defeated Howard in the first home football game of the season, the closing of add/drop has officially locked us into our academic schedules and students have begun sporting flannels to class.
A joint collaboration of Cabaret Theatre and the Livingston Theatre Company, “Illuminations: AMusical Revue,” appeared last weekend at Cabaret Theater on Douglass.
Playa bowls from Playa Bowl are pretty. I’ll give them that. Lots of colors, pretty fruit, little honeywaterfalls.
Clothes are expensive — it’s not rocket science to figure that one out. I spent an embarrassingly large amount on clothes last year that I will not disclose, so I limited myself to $50 this time around.
Harkening the classic wave-break shore sound of surf rock, the South Jersey based alternative band Shy Shape has a new EP, "Out at Night", and it suits the season well. Fresh off the beach with splashes of doo-wop and surf rock, the tracks on this album are surprisingly diverse and hard hitting.
Caffe Bene is like no other place on George Street, let alone in New Brunswick. Once you walk in it’s like stepping into a new, tranquil world — minus the sound of New Brunswick traffic or the EE’s brakes screeching in your ear.The space itself is larger than you might imagine.
The Final(s) Coffeehouse concert kicked off with a bang and a few guitar rifts Thursday night as Rutgers students were treated with some sweet tunes to get pumped before finals week sucks the life out of us.This coffeehouse was a special edition, as Rutgers students were introduced to some extraordinary talent from the local area.
On April 16th, the Black Student Union hosted their 40th Annual Unity Day, a free music festival encouraging students to bond and enjoy good vibes while local hip-hop artists grace the stage outside the Paul Robeson Cultural Center.
Tucked away in a little corner of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, coasting the East River, is the oh-so popular Output nightclub.
I had an epiphany yesterday and realized my closet is absolutely ratchet. My closet looks like it threw up, and that's when I decided it is time to stop being a lazy nimrod and clean some of that shit out.
I felt a strong urge to buy clothes today, so I checked my bank account balance this morning — I saw my debit card balance and a tear rolled slowly down my face.
On Friday, April 15 Cabaret Theatre put on its fourth of its six showings of Jonathan Larson’s “Rent.” The play was co-sponsored by the Center for Social Justice and LGBT Communities as a part of their "GAYpril" list of events.“Rent” is a play about a group of friends living in New York City who encounter economic hardship, infidelity, LGBT discrimination, drug addiction and sexually transmitted diseases.
Returning back onto the beloved chopping block of a music scene known as the New Brunswick underground, Flammable Animals, hailing from Asbury Park, released their latest EP: "All These Wolves." It seems that the group has completely overhauled their sound, and for the better — now with punchier drums, deeper bass, articulate guitars and a more daring attack than ever before seen with their vocals.
Over at Barca City Café and Bar, the good times truly keep on going, while the Tapas keep on flowing.