Having never watched Mr. Rogers growing up, the movie, which is loosely based on a true story, allowed me to meet him as if I were a child immersed in his beautiful neighborhood.
Published in 2020, Margarita Montimore’s “Oona Out of Order” is a quick, lighthearted novel that follows the life of Oona Lockhart.
If, by this point, you're already tired of the same old suspense, drama and romance plots that American shows and movies have to offer, I come bearing good news. For times plagued by pandemics, like the Spanish flu, Spanish television offers a cure — albeit only for boredom.
If there’s one artist you don’t know well enough, it’s Grouplove. Never fear, though, because it’s not too late: “Healer,” Grouplove’s fourth studio album, dropped on March 13.
“The Invisible Man,” starring Elizabeth Moss of “Mad Men” and “The Handmaid’s Tale”, offers thrill after thrill, guaranteed to get you through quarantine.
In a time full of unprecedented events, “Tiger King” is somehow undoubtedly the strangest thing I’ve seen in weeks. And it is an absolute must-watch. Bizarre, offensive, upsetting and darkly funny, this Netflix documentary is everything you never knew you wanted.
Now, possibly more than ever before, is a great time to read a book. But if you need a push to get into your reading groove, “The Book Review Podcast” from The New York Times is a great place to start.
While a lot of this time has probably been spent bingeing on Netflix or catching up on books that have been in your to-be-read pile for months, even that can get boring after a while. Why not try something new? To help you do just that, I’ve compiled a list of podcast recommendations.
In this unexpected season of binge-watching and free time, Larry David’s latest season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” provides a welcome distraction, countless laughs and is not to be missed.
If your eyes have been glued to the screen for the last weeks — either for class, catching up with friends or bingeing your favorite shows — take a break and stay entertained with this list of the best young adult books to devour.
“Is love really blind?” This question, asked many times over the course of 10 episodes, is the premise of the new Netflix reality show, “Love is Blind.”
In order to catalog the living history of Notre Dame at this point in time, Scholastic asked a number of students, both on and off staff, to write about their experiences over the past few weeks.
A late-2019 drama that has continued to garner acclaim into 2020, Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out” offers a two-hour jaunt through the Clue board game-style mansion of the fictional, celebrated mystery author Harlan Thrombey. When Thrombey is found dead the morning after a contentious birthday party with his family, Southern gentleman detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) finds himself immersed in a world of intrigue both farcical and tragic. Through examining Thrombey’s family…
For years, Americans have been told to follow the three R’s: reduce, reuse and recycle...
It is the start of the new decade and the Notre Dame softball team has already made significant progress in their season with certain players already beginning to stand out.
The Notre Dame baseball team won its opening series 2-1 with a strong offensive weekend against the University of Alabama at Birmingham on Feb. 14-16.
On Friday, Feb. 21 and Saturday, Feb. 22, professors, players and purists of jazz flocked to Notre Dame for the university's annual Collegiate Jazz Festival (CJF). Celebrating its 62nd year of operation, CJF is the oldest jazz festival in the country, collegiate or otherwise.
According to the December 1975 edition of Scholastic, the winter blues have affected Domers for generations.
“The Two Popes,” a new Netflix movie directed by Fernando Meirelles and written by Anthony McCarten, follows the blossoming friendship between two of the most influential men in the Catholic Church at a critical junction in its history.
The music video shines a spotlight on three struggling women who are supported by Alexandria House — a transitional residency in the mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles that helps women and children move from an emergency shelter to a stable and permanent living situation.