A Look at the First Season of BETTER CALL SAUL with Actress RHEA SEEHORN By Anthony Volpe Spring 2015 — For five seasons, Saul Goodman, Walter White’s colorful and shady consigliere, provided us with the comic relief needed to get through many of Breaking Bad’s tensest moments. When we last saw Saul, he was a fugitive (like his infamous client), and his career as a criminal lawyer was over. His… Read more »

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    A Look at the Photographs of DAVID GULDEN By Conor Higgins Spring 2015 — Photographer David Gulden’s latest collection, The Centre Cannot Hold, captures the emergence and withdrawal of a world prophesied by Yeats” “The Second Coming”: Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world. Set primarily in Kenya’s Aberdare Nature… Read more »

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    A Conversation with STUDIO ONE EIGHTY NINE”S ROSARIO DAWSON and ABRIMA ERWIAH By Eden Herbstman Winter 2014-2015 — It was the night after amfAR’s annual benefit gala kicking off fashion week in New York City, and Rosario Dawson had just received an honor for her work advocating for HIV and AIDS charity. Rosario’s vocal and active presence for these causes has been her public initiative for years, but now she is rising… Read more »

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    A Conversation with Jazz Drummer ANTONIO SANCHEZ, Composer of the Score for the Film BIRDMAN By Tyler Malone Winter 2014-2015 — As with any year”s release of the list of Academy Award nominees, there has been controversy over who was and who wasn”t given recognition. Much of the focus has been on the Best Picture nominee Selma, which many felt was snubbed because it was only nominated in one other… Read more »