The Year That
Was In Movies
Ben Samara, Editor-in-Chief
From a heroic cab driver, a struggling playwrite and a Rwandan hotel manager to
Jesus Christ and your friendly neighborhood Spiderman, 2004 had a lot to offer
in movies. With the awards season complete, Editor-in-Chief Ben Samara reviews
his favorite films of 2004.
Wows Crowds in Philadelphia
Salvador Dalí, one of the greatest artists of the 20th Century, past away
in 1989. His legacy, however, is still alive at The Philadelphia Museum of Art.
At least until May 15, 2005. The exhibition spans Dalí’s long and
controversial career as an artist. Landry Shelley had a chance to experience the
exhibit first hand.
Brings Fun Twist to Broadway
by Helen Walters
When Monty Python and the Holy Grail was released in 1975, the first
though in the minds of viewers couldn't have been "Broadway." But now,
original Python member Eric Idle has transformed the cult classic into
a budding Broadway success story, taking the original story and sprinkling in
new and entertaining elements.
Ka Will Roar Past Other Coasters
by Christine Barron
Just two years after releasing a revolutionary roller coaster in Superman: Ultimate
Flight, Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey is set to unleash Kingda
Ka, an unmatched mix of speed and height that is sure to leave coaster enthusiasts
breathless. When the ride opens in late April, it will break all existing records
for speed and height.