Daniel Radcliffe, known to millions around the world as Harry Potter, earned a well-deserved place in entertainment history last week with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. While the honor has lost some of its prestige over the years, it’s still quite an accomplishment to obtain one. Not every major Hollywood star […]

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Saturday Night Live found itself in hot water recently after announcing Republican candidate Donald Trump would be hosting the show this coming Saturday. SNL is known for calling attention to certain controversial issues in the news, pointing out problems in the world that traditional news sources may not necessarily be pointing out. With the 2016 […]

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When Demi Lovato showed up on the October cover of Vanity Fair absolutely naked, with no makeup, no clothes and absolutely no retouching, it got me thinking. But more importantly, it got me undressing. When I read the article in which the singer explains why she wanted to be shot naked, I subconsciously started by […]

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Comedy writers tend to salivate at the chance to create sketches that poke fun at political figures and set off their audiences roaring with laughter. Naturally, with the presidential election brewing, Saturday Night Live could not wait to have their say. And who can blame them? SNL’s Taran Killam is taking on the role that […]

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TIME Magazine’s annual “100 Most Influential People in the World” issue dropped on Thursday, giving us a chance to recollect on human accomplishment and to see celebrities rave about one another in their remarkably personalized writing styles. The list includes names you were hoping would make the cut as well as a few equally notable, […]

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Last Sunday, Queen Hillary Rodham Clinton announced what we all have been waiting for: she is officially running for president in 2016. After writing a post about Clinton’s political prowess and what I thought we could expect from her as the election draws closer, I started to think about Clinton’s evolution from first lady to […]

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Sunday was an overall great day. Not only did I feel the sun on my face for the first time in months and was able to walk outside without an insulated coat, more importantly, Hillary Clinton, my queen, formally announced what we have all been waiting for. She’s running for president. She joins, among others, […]

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As many fans of television know, all good things must come to an end — character arcs, individual seasons, entire series and even hosting duties. Yes, you read right, hosting duties. Take comedian and political satirist Jon Stewart, for example. After 16 years of hosting the extremely successful satirical news program “The Daily Show,” it […]

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by Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer @thedanosaurus In a Vulture article published Sunday about Chris Rock’s new film “Top Five,” where he acts as director, screenwriter and star, Rock had a lot to say about comedy and the intergenerational gap between himself and his children. Rock started out the interview with a discussion of comedy, relating specifically […]

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By Justin Soto, Lifestyle Editor Boston University’s Programming Council is planning a weekend full of fun with their annual inter-school pageant, Mr. and Mrs. BU on Thursday March 21 and Seth Meyer’s comedy show on Friday March 22.  Since I am a huge fan of Saturday Night Live, I was thrilled to hear that Seth […]

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