If you’re considering avoiding the bars this State Patty’s Weekend, you now have an entertaining new alternative. Penn State’s first ever THAW Festival, inspired by the college film festival, kicks off Feb. 23 at the State Theatre with a documentary at 3:30 p.m. There’s something for everyone at THAW Festival, from films and concerts to magicians and comedians.
If you asked people to name some celebrities who never fail to make them laugh, names like Kevin Hart, Will Ferrell, Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen may come up. But, on this #WomanCrushWednesday, Valley wants to focus on a comedian relatively new to the celebrity scene and who is no funny man at all.
If you haven’t already heard about it from your obsessed friends, “How to Get Away with Murder” is arguably one of the best TV shows of all time.
Welcome to our newest column, Tuning In! Each week, our musical maniacs will take a break from their Spotify playlists and tune into their favorite…
As I walked into the movie theater, “50 Shades of Grey” ticket in hand, I didn’t know what to expect. I read the “50 Shades” books and was indifferent about the whole series. I was a little disappointed with the casting of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, but I figured I had to see the movie after all the hype surrounding it.
Pandora is where every artist and song mash together to form stations for the music you want. Because there are so many wonderful stations and artists you want to listen to, it’s hard picking the right one.
Entering the “real world” can be a scary, intimidating and confusing feat. Luckily, “InternQueen” Lauren Berger, actress Lena Dunham, and NastyGal founder Sophia Amoruso have all come out with novels to make the “real world” a less scary place.
Although Chris has won over our hearts, it’s the girls that keep us interested. We’ve taken all your amusing thoughts and turned them into one-word narratives for each girl’s personality. You’re welcome.
In just a couple of weeks, the world will be watching one of my favorite award shows, The Oscars. However, behind all the smiles we’ll see on our televisions there is something Hollywood is reluctant to bring to our attention.
We tend to listen to music suited for our moods and occasions. Whether we are getting ready to go out or determining the meaning of life in the shower, there’s a playlist for it.
On Feb. 1, 2015, football, Katy Perry and commercial fans will gather around and glue their eyes to the television to watch the Super Bowl….
We all have a part deep inside that wants to be “cooler” than who we really are. As you probably know, media affects us more than we realize, and in this case, especially when it comes to music.
Happy Valley is a place full of constant excitement as well as tons of entertainment. Each fall and spring semester students flow into State College ready for a new and exciting journey to add to their college career—one group of guys that Valley had the opportunity to talk to expressed their excitement through music and entertaining their friends.
When it comes to man crushes, Evan Peters always takes the cake in our book. But he’s not the only stud on FX’s “American Horror Story”. Which AHS hotties made it on our #ManCrushMonday list this week?
The Penn State Thespians strike again. After their successful showing of Catch Me If You Can, the thespians are tapping into their inner child for their next show. This weekend, the club is putting on a children’s show for the public, Amelia Bedelia!
I departed State College on November 20 for Greenville, North Carolina. After eight hours of sightseeing from the back of a Ford Fusion, I checked in at the City Hotel and Bistro with my friends Nicole Gross and Melissa Fello. The three of us would be attending the 1/8 Battalion Marine Corps Ball that night.
Thanksgiving is a culture all it’s own – we eat and we drink and we laugh the day away with our friends and families. But once the stuffing has got you stuffed and the couch is calling your name, the only thing left to do is gather around with your loved ones and watch some good ole Thanksgiving movies. In need of some suggestions this year? You came to the right place!
A spike of interest in celebrities’ lives comes when they have done something that catches the eyes and ears of everyone around. Whether it is not re-signing their contract for your favorite show, announcing wedding plans or releasing their new album, it often catches more of your attention. However, when that something casts negative light on their beliefs or society as a whole, speculation arises and the issue is blasted to everyone.
Oh, the middle school days. Where Miley was still Hannah, school grades didn’t rule our lives, and not wearing makeup in public was socially acceptable. We could write a novel reminiscing about how fabulous the tween years were, but here are just 10 of the ridiculously middle school things you definitely did.
Imma let you finish, but “1989” is the best Taylor Swift era of all time. Sure, we grew up with “Fearless,” and maybe “Speak Now” was one of your first real stadium concerts, but numbers speak for themselves: Ms. Swift has seriously sold over a million copies of the No. 1 record in its debut week.