Author: MATT GILBERT

Summer Time Superheroes Soar to Top of Box Office

Superheroes, mutants and extraterrestrial robots have landed in our movie theatres this summer, bringing excitement and action onto the big screen. Starring Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana, “Guardians of the Galaxy” accumulated approximately $280 million dollars in the box office.  Though maybe not as intense as “The Avengers,” Rolling Stone […]

Singer Kyshona Armstrong Puts on Riveting Show

Photo by Nicole Williams The first Tuesday Night Live of the year brought talented Nashville singer Kyshona Armstrong to the Friends Hall stage. Armstrong, originally from South Carolina, is a powerhouse entertainer who specializes in traditional country ballads. Opening the show was popular Ramapo student musician NJ Gordon. Gordon, who […]

‘The Drop’ Fails to Captivate

Late August through September is the most frustrating time of the year for movie audiences. The summer blockbusters have already passed and the following month and a half usually contains nothing but fillers and afterthoughts during the transition from blockbuster season to Oscar season. "The Drop" is the kind of […]

Open Mic Reels in Huge Crowd

Photo by Nicole Williams A renewed school year is a time for many students to delve into uncharted waters academically and socially, but for on-campus musicians it is also an opportunity to showcase their talent. The first Linden Hall Open Mic Night sponsored by The College Programming Board and WRPR […]

Jazz Artist John Pizzarelli Sells Out Sharp Theater

Photo by Emily Filocco This past Sunday, famed jazz guitarist and Great American Songbook interpreter John Pizzarelli and his quartet performed at the Berrie Center. A capacity crowd filled Sharp Theater; the musical performance was sold out weeks prior to the performance. Pizzarelli was accompanied by his brother Martin Pizzarelli […]