Category: Arts

Sandler’s Wedding Singer: formulaic, frenzied fun

Okay, here’s a little game: imagine any romantic comedy you’ve ever seen. Now replace Tom Hanks or Billy Crystal with Adam Sandler.

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Clark: The Museum and the Photograph

The Clark Art Institute crackled with activity this week as it premiered an impressive new exhibition.

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Desperate Measures

Desperate Measures, starring Michael Keaton and Andy Garcia, is a movie about two intense men who will let nothing stand in their way.

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Alldays and Onions

"Alldays and Onions." What kind of name is that? Andrew finds it "pretty tragic." Mac stayed away from the restaurant for years, afraid of bad breath.

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Skoidats to play Valentine’s Day Concert

Old school rhythm. Valentine’s Day. Free admission. That’s what it all comes down to Saturday night in Mission Dining Hall when WCFM kicks off second semester with a free concert.

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Pianist wows Chapin Hall crowd with passionate performance

I was fully prepared to take notes. Really, I was.

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Great Expectations falls victim to Hollywood cliche

Great Expectations is a genuine Hollywood film, with all the essentials: gorgeous people, eccentric personalities, fantastic backdrops and excellent costumes.

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A look at Winter Study – Arts and music focal points of many

Williams students found new ways of expressing themselves this winter study. They sculpted, sang, drew, wrote music, played exotic instruments, wrote calligraphy, acted and computerized.

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Sophistry and Aloud attack realities of campus life

Watching Jonathan Marc Sherman’s "Sophistry" is like watching Williams through a fishbowl.



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Independent Music Project plays innovative concert

November 13, 1997, 8 p.m. A night to remember? Probably not. Although a person would remember that night had he attended Simultaneities, the inaugural performance of the Independent Music Project.

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