The gaming industry has seen no shortage of open world titles in recent years, from “The Elder Scrolls” to “Fallout,” to “The Legend of Zelda” and “Red Dead Redemption.”
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For the first time in Phoenix in over a decade, Arizonans will have the opportunity to witness the spectacle of the Bread & Puppet Theater, stirring up excitement among local artists and puppet enthusiasts.
After seven years off the air, the cult classic sitcom "Community" has its long-awaited movie finally announced, and fans are excited.
From television to film, the entertainment landscape of 2022 has seen no shortage of prequel content. But whether there’s demand for such media is a different story.
After months of practice and preparation, ASU music students get to demonstrate their skills to a live audience through The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts' annual presentation of Tubafest.
Disney’s series of live-action remakes of animated films claims yet another classic, this time with 1940 film "Pinocchio." Unfortunately, the 2022 "Pinocchio" film continues not only Disney's remake trend, but also maintains the company's course of disappointing releases.
Whether you watched it or not, it’s hard to deny that HBO’s "Game of Thrones" was one of the defining television shows of the 2010s. Therein lies the struggle for "House of the Dragon."
After multiple grueling years of hard work and effort, students in their final year at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts are applying everything they have learned at ASU in an exhibition project.
You may have heard of intermittent fasting: A period of time where you abstain from eating, and instead only have a limited timeframe to indulge in your favorite foods. Now, imagine doing that every day for an entire month, but this time, no drinks either. Yes, that includes water. That is what Ramadan is like for over two billion people in the world.
When you think of movies for young adults in the 2010s, some book-to-film adaptation set in a dystopian society with a defiant teen protagonist likely comes to mind. Maybe the 2012 film "The Hunger Games" first popped into mind, and this March marks the 10th anniversary of its release.
Matt McCarthy flunked out of college, twice, before earning his master's degree at NAU in business and information technology. Now he teaches ASU students the lessons he learned.
The alarm rings at 8 a.m. I see the to-do list I have written out on a piece of paper on my desk. Class does not start until later in the afternoon, and I have the whole morning to finish homework, apply for internships and plan my thesis.
“Where are you from?”