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May 10, 2021 12:32 p.m.
TV review: ‘That Damn Michael Che’ gives the ‘Weekend Update’ star a chance to shine on his own

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Michael Che’s comedic talent continues to shine separately from the “Weekend Update” desk at “Saturday Night Live.”
Released Thursday on HBO Max and executive produced by “SNL” creator Lorne Michaels, “That Damn Michael Che” is a six-episode, exploratory foray into the mind of the longtime “SNL” cast member and “Weekend Update” co-anchor.

By EJ Panaligan


May 7, 2021 4:44 p.m.
Album Review: Dodie’s debut album showcases artist’s honesty, musical growth

dodie won’t have to be asking “when?” for much longer.
After two delays, dodie’s debut album “Build A Problem” is finally out in the world. At just three seconds shy of an hour, the album is packed with 22 songs, some new and some old with a few updates to fan favorites.

By Gianna Provenzano


April 30, 2021 7:54 p.m.

Album review: girl in red experiments with genres in new album, but falls short of emotional depth

girl in red is expanding the color palette of her music.
After the viral success of her breakout single “i wanna be your girlfriend,” the Norwegian singer-songwriter, also known as Marie Ulven, has released her debut album, “if i could make it go quiet.” Co-produced by Matias Tellez, the record is an introduction to a new side of Ulven, laden with distortion and experimenting with genres like hyperpop and house that go beyond her past EPs, while foregrounding her distinct songwriting voice of blunt, biting lyrics.

By Austin Nguyen

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