Arts & Entertainment

Netflix’s latest original film, “Mudbound,” is an ambitious, layered exploration of race in America. Although set in the 1940s, the film feels so modern it almost begs to be interpreted as a metaphor for today. …

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Thanksgiving is approaching, which brings a much-deserved break for Loyolastudents. The PHOENIX decided to look back at past events during this holiday time that shaped modern entertainment. From the debut of Mickey Mouse to the …

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“Professor Picks” continues with Loyola Theology professor and Muslim Chaplain, Omer Mozaffar, who offers his movie recommendation, “Four Lions.”

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Baird Harper teaches creative writing at Loyola. His first novel, “Red Light Run,” is a collection of short stories linked together into one cohesive narrative that takes place in a leafy Chicago suburb. The book …

The latest flare-up in Hollywood’s sexual harassment debacle landed blocks away from Loyola with the Chicago Comedy Film Festival (CCFF) pulling comedian Andy Dick’s (“Hoodwinked,” “Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride”) new documentary, “Everybody Has an …

Chicago’s City Winery (1200 W. Randolph St.) welcomed Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors for back-to-back shows Oct. 28. The Nashville group brought its trademark folk-rock sound, laughs and good vibes to the tasteful venue, charming …

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The 53rd annual Chicago International Film Festival (CIFF) came to a close Oct. 26 after two weeks of celebrating foreign and independent cinema at the AMC River East 21 Theatre (322 E. Illinois). The lauded …

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From masters of the craft such as Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe, The PHOENIX chose five horror stories to help students celebrate the holiday.