Arts & Leisure

Interview with an artist: Jemaine Clement

For more than twenty years, Jemaine Clement, a comedian from New Zealand, has been closing the bridges between visual and aural comedy. He is most famous in America as part of the comedic folk duo Flight of the Conchords. But he’s done much more to put New Zealand on the map than Flight of the Conchords and its equally acclaimed TV series. He’s also starred in several movies, the most recent of which, “What We Do in the Shadows,” is his co-directorial debut with frequent collaborator Taika Waititi.

Album review: ‘Aureate Gloom,’ of Montreal

A butyraceous brolly of effulgent pigsney

Exhibit review: ‘51 Days’

An interdisciplinary arts exhibition

Leisure time: Defending emo

Knowing your twinkle daddies from your skramz

Theater review: ‘Seven Ways to Get There,’ dir. John Langs

First rule about men’s group therapy: Don’t talk about men’s group therapy

Song to start your week: ‘It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World,’ Young the Giant

This is a beautiful time of year. The cherry blossoms have begun to bloom, the air has that nice crisp feel to it, and the birds are chirping. And speaking of that gorgeous lady we call Mother Earth, I’d like to take a moment to remind you that March is Women’s History Month.

Yes, that’s right my friends, it’s a month dedicated to the ladies: to the feminine-identified, beautiful humans who give us life and that make the world go round. 

Film review: ‘Salad Days,’ dir. Scott Crawford

The little punk scene that could

TV review: ‘The Last Man on Earth’

What happens when a lazy 30-something is Earth’s final man?

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