The Latinx Project’s current exhibition allowed me to reflect on the diasporic histories of Latinx people

After moving from Puerto Rico, I found that New York City was a drastic change from the place I’ve always called home, but I still see traces of my culture and other Latinx communities all over. This visibility serves as both a comforting reminder that I am not alone, and also a reminder of the …

Sanford Biggers’ ‘Meet Me on the Equinox’ reclaims repatriation

Chelsea’s art aficionados gathered for an evening brimming with artistic enchantment on Sept. 7 at the opening of artist Sanford Biggers’ new solo installation “Meet Me on the Equinox.” Biggers has collaborated closely with the Marianne Boesky Gallery since 2017 — this show marks his third exhibition there. The show displays 10 of Biggers’ new …

Review: ‘Return to Monkey Island’ is a nostalgic pirate adventure game

Point-and-click video games were particularly popular in the ‘90s. As the name suggests, players point and click on different elements of the games’ environments in order to interact with them and solve puzzles. One of, if not, the most popular point-and-click games was “The Secret of Monkey Island.”  The game is often praised for its …

‘Call of Duty’ brings subtle yet impactful changes with new season

“Call of Duty: Vanguard,” and “Call of Duty: Warzone” are the two active installments in the “Call of Duty” first-person shooter franchise. But not much has changed since “Vanguard” released in November, causing the games to feel somewhat stale. Players were hoping for content updates and bug fixes in “Warzone” and “Vanguard,” and those hopes …