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This page consists of any and all popular occasions in entertainment media and pop culture. From Hollywood, California, to our very own Roanoke College, reporters of the entertainment page cover music, films, both visual and performance art, and other similar recent events.

The Long-Awaited 93rd Academy Awards

Written by Devon Mitchell It’s the most exciting time of the year again! Although it’s two and half months late, the 2021 Oscars are this...

No Longer Keeping Up With the Kardashians

Written by Kristina Calhoun The ending of a reality TV show era is upon the E! Network. “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” is coming to...

Out of JLove

Written by Mateo Biggs ​As one of the most prominent Latina singers and actresses today, Jennifer Lopez is typically what everyone either wants or wants...

Virginia Loosens the Leash on Entertainment Venues

Written by Mateo Biggs For over a year now, COVID-19 has affected everyone in every age group and has changed how everyone lives – especially...

“Raya and the Last Dragon”: A New Classic

Written by Charissa Roberson Disney’s newest animated production, “Raya and the Last Dragon,” debuted on March 5 to rave reviews. The film currently holds a...

“Criminal Minds”: The Show That Never Ends?

Written by Kristina Calhoun “Criminal Minds” (2005-2020) is a show loved by millions. With quirky characters like Penelope Garcia and the nerdy Spencer Reid, it’s...

RC’s Fifth Annual Basically Tarantino Film Fest

Written by Jasey Roberts Every year, Roanoke College’s English/Comm Department and Student Activities puts on a film contest called “Basically Tarantino,” where developing filmmakers can...

Studio Ghibli: Better Love Stories than Disney?

Written by Charissa Roberson Disney films boast some of the most iconic romances of all time: take Belle and the Beast, Cinderella and Prince Charming...

2021 Grammy Awards Recap

Written by Kristina Calhoun The 63rd annual Grammy Awards were held on Mar. 14 with host Noah Trevor. Similar to most big events in the...

Theatre RC Presents “Talley’s Folly”

Written by Jasey Roberts On Mar. 18-20, Theatre Roanoke College put on a production of “Talley’s Folly,” written by the Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Lanford Wilson....

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: Flying High and Packing A Punch

Written by Mateo Biggs The newest age of the Marvel universe opens with the passing of a torch—a torch painted red, white and blue and...

Who Runs the Netflix World? Girls!

Written by Kristina Calhoun Netflix is showing more power to women with their new program known as the Creative Equity Fund. The program, announced shortly...

An Evening with Pulitzer Prize Winner Jericho Brown

Written by Jasey Roberts On Mar. 3, acclaimed Pulitzer-prize winning poet Jericho Brown visited the Roanoke College student body via Zoom to read some of...

Acclaimed Irish Folk Band The High Kings Releases New Album

Written by Charissa Roberson Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, popular Irish folk group the High Kings released their newest album, “Home from Home,”...

Avatar Studios: Four Nations Reimagined

Written by Mateo Biggs “Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked.” This is a saying...

Fearless in the Music Industry

Written by Kristina Calhoun Taylor Swift fans will be excited to hear that their throwback songs will soon have a new tune to them.  Swift announced...

Marvel Phase 4: What to Expect

Written by Charissa Roberson How do you move on from a finale like “Avengers: Endgame”? The epic climax of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 3,...

RC International Film Fest Goes Virtual!

Written by Charissa Roberson On Feb. 17, Roanoke College kicked off its third annual International Film Festival. Despite changes and challenges due to COVID-19, the...

Artists Who Make the Globe Golden

Written by Mateo Biggs This year marks the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards and the first to be hosted in a pandemic. Despite the changes...

The Best (and Cheesiest) Valentine’s Films

Written by Mateo Biggs This year, Valentine’s Day will look a little different. With COVID-19 ever present, conditions aren’t exactly ripe for finding romance. Even...