Josh Rosenthal

Staff Writer

jrosen52@binghamton.edu

13 Articles


Movies

It' hits box offices with a sinister twist

Long before clown sightings frightened millions during the summer of last year, Stephen King wrote a book about Pennywise the Dancing Clown, one of the horror genre’s most memorable villains. Written in...


On-Campus Events

New Late Nite director shakes up programming

A Binghamton University staple, Late Nite Binghamton, is held every Friday and Saturday night in the University Union, providing a space for students to gather together to watch movies, eat food, play...


Off-Campus Events

Look to the local community for summer events

By now, you probably have learned a lot about Binghamton University, including what campus is like, which classes to take and all about the numerous events that will come in the next...


Movies

Guardians of the Galaxy' brings comedy, action in second installment

Despite — or, perhaps, because of — its ragtag group of main characters, 2014’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” became one of the most popular superhero films ever to hit theaters, grossing a...


Music

BU Opera Ensemble celebrates Mozart with double feature

This month, the Binghamton University Opera Ensemble will be putting on a Mozart double bill. The performance will feature both an abridged version of “Die Zauberflöte” (“The Magic Flute”) and the entire...


Restaurant Week Spring 2017

Spring 2017 Restaurant Week: South City Publick House

South City Publick House has striking style, and appropriately so, as a large part of being a gastropub (a pub that specializes in serving high-quality food) is the style. From the outside,...


Movies

"Fifty Shades" turns "Darker" with sequel

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, I wanted to see the sexiest movie in theaters: “The Lego Batman Movie.” Instead, I chose “Fifty Shades Darker,” the sequel to “Fifty Shades of Grey” (2015)....


Music

Concert explores innovation of instruments

The history and innovation of the clarinet was explored through a concert in the Casadesus Recital Hall at the Anderson Center on Tuesday. “Unlocking the Muse: Music Marries Engineering 1780-1830,” was run...


Movies

Shyamalan rebounds with 'Split'

In the early 2000s, M. Night Shyamalan had a streak of movies so good, Newsweek hailed him as the “next [Steven] Spielberg.” Then he started a streak of movies so bad, they...


Theater

HPC gets sketchy with Binghamton Night Live

The show sold out both nights, filling all 82 seats in the venue. ...