On Thursday, Nov. 12, Marist College welcomed visiting artist Paul Sattler, currently an Associate Professor of Art and Gallery Director at Skidmore College, and his works to Steel Plant Studios. The kick-off to this exhibition, titled Remedy: About a Decade of Painting, featuring many of Sattler’s stunning pieces, was an absolute success.
After it was announced that Gilmore Girls is going to be revived for a limited series, I started wondering about other shows that I have watched and loved over the years that I would love to see back on the air. Here is a list of the top five shows that need a reunion:
November is the beginning of prime time for movie releases. This month, there are a huge number of great movies that are coming out and this list covers only five of them. I highly encourage everyone to see these great flicks:
Where you lead, fans will follow.
On Oct. 19, it was announced that Netflix and Warner Brothers signed a deal to revive Gilmore Girls for a four episode series, with each episode running 90 minutes long. Fans of the beloved show reacted across social media.
When I first heard that Harper Lee was releasing “Go Set a Watchman,” I was expecting a sequel to her seminal novel “To Kill A Mockingbird.” To my surprise, this book was not the sequel I had longed for, but a completely different take on Lee’s classic story and her beloved characters.
Mid-Semester Break is nearly upon us and with that comes the end of a stressful week full of midterms, deadlines and the like. The relaxing three-day weekend should be spent watching some of these recommended shows.
The news of Jon Stewart leaving “The Daily Show” has caused a wide array of emotions for both viewers and media outlets around the country. Fox News, particularly Megyn Kelly, seem pleased at the announcement, knowing that it probably means they will no longer be frequent targets of the satire host. Fans of the show, on the other hand, are shocked and have taken to social media to question where they will get their nightly dose of satire news.