Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment

Meet the Bands of Bottom County

With Bottom County Festival just around the corner (April 29 at Chancellors Point), you may find yourself wondering what the band lineup will be like this year. Ethan Thomas Hall Ethan Thomas Hall is a...

Vegan Tater Tots Recipe Review

The Pub is great (other than the fact that it’s not a safe zone for senior assassins), but I really wish the Pub sold French fries or tater tots, amiright?  A girl just needs...

Book Review: A Dog’s Purpose

People have eagerly awaited the recent production and release of “A Dog’s Purpose.” The movie was released Jan. 27, and was based on the 2010 novel of the same name by humorist W. Bruce...

Art Program Implemented as Jail Alternative

In the upcoming months, minors on trial in New York City can potentially be placed in the alternative Brooklyn Justice Initiatives program instead of being sent to jail. This program will be offered to...

Patricia Watts Lecture: Art and Ecology

On Feb. 22, founder of Ecoartspace Patricia Watts gave a lecture entitled Art and Ecology: Some Kind of Nature at Cole Cinema on her work as a curator interested in the environment. Watts has...

Student Artist Spotlight: Ben Derlan

Senior Ben Derlan is currently one of many students working on his St. Mary’s Project (SMP) at St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM). As the midpoint of the semester approaches, SMP students are working...

VOICES Reading: Nina McConigley

On Tues. Feb. 7, Nina McConigley came to St. Mary’s College of Maryland from her home state of Wyoming to meet professors and students, visit classes, and share one of her short stories at...

Music Review: Psychedelic Trance

Another week, another local artist reaching out to The Point News with food for The Squawk Hawk. This time, it was Ross McGuire, an electronica producer seeking a review of the flagship track off...

Music Review: Migration by Bonobo

Sometimes when you listen to an album the music just gets stuck in your head forever. This is not one of those albums. In fact, most of the melodies, on an individual level, are...

Music Review: Begin the Chagrin

Independent singer/songwriter David Jacobson reached out to The Point News recently for a review of his new album Begin the Chagrin, which he describes as “humorous and melancholy.” The album delivered some decidedly quirky...