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Spike Lee's Latest Film "BlacKkKlansman" Tackles Racism in the US

American film director Spike Lee is known for portraying various critiques on the idea of race in society. Though his films over the last decade may not be considered both commercially and critically successful, he is renowned in the industry for his boldness. His film “BlacKkKlansman” showcases his most recent attempt to tackle complex race relations.

A Look At The Riverdale Review's Art Section Through The Years

 In the 1930s and 40s, most of the arts-related articles focused on theater and book reviews. In February 1935, for instance, the paper reviewed “The Petrified Forest” by Robert E. Sherwood (a playwright of still-extant reputation), and the month after it reviewed the book “Condemned to Love” by Joseph Rabner. Movies and music make less prominent and regular appearances, but are given space.

Check It Out: TV Shows to Binge-Watch This Thanksgiving

It’s that time when we as a country come together to celebrate our rising obesity rates by eating sweet potato flavored marshmallows, baked bread, cranberry sauce, a very lean meat smothered in very rich gravy, and pies galore. As we take our five day reprieve from school, here are five TV shows to watch as you revel in your gluttonous stupor.

A Guide To Election Season Movie Watching

If you’re like me (completely overloaded with work, not an ounce of free time, Netflix account suffering from serious neglect, unsure if the stars will ever align to allow two hours of snuggling into bed with a laptop and a movie), you need a good movie recommendation. In the spirit of Politi-festation 2016, here is a comprehensive guide to movies to watch, based on how you’re feeling about the election.