The Berkeley Beacon

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Pulse Prophet Elijah Kraatz preaches his reggae in Qamp;A

in Vermont?Elijah Kraatz: Yes, I would say reggae is big in Vermont. Although we do play a lot of...

Pulse shows too much life

The Pulse Prophets, according to its press release, calls itself "an original, socially conscious...

Farrell In Bruges: You#039;re-a peein#039; your pants

Martin McDonagh, in his feature-film writing and directorial debut, puts his theatre background...

There will be plays: Emerson Stage in spring

This semester Emerson Stage offers a variety of shows to please any type of theatregoer's tastes;...

A Penn in his lens: An auteur#039;s series

Before Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, before even Taxi Driver and The Wild Bunch, there was...

The Beacon challenges the Academy#039;s choices

We at The Beacon respect the Academy and their nominations-but, of course, we don't quite see...

Fly to the flame of Xavier Rudd#039;s White Moth

He's been declared the Dave Matthews of Australia and the Jack Johnson of Canada by San Diego...

The Beacon evaluates Oscar-nominated films

AtonementCharlie Wilson's WarThe Diving BellPersepolisThere Will Be Blood,Atonement ...

Little#039;s bad Language: Better left untouched

John F. Kennedy was a doughnut. Granted, not really but he did have the German populace in a...

Sex and Breakfast is Emerson alum#039;s recipe for success

For Miles Brandman, seeing his name on screen under the title of "director" has been a long time...

All is right in Irving Berlin#039;s quot;White Christmasquot;

After a lackluster tree lighting ceremony in on a Boston Common, the city needs something...

Tim Burton#039;s Sweeney: A bloody good time

In Tim Burton's adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, it's apparent that Burton enjoys...

Rats, rock and redheads: The Beacon picks #039;07#039;s Best

1. Stars of the Lid, And Their Refinement of the Decline Putting their current projects aside,...

John C. Reilly Walks the talk in mock-rock biopic

When it comes to music biopics, if you've seen one, you've seen them all. In Walk Hard: The...

Substance isn#039;t left behind in Sun#039;s No Child...

In considering an 80-minute play with 20 characters, one expect to see a considerable number of...