Sam Lillianthal

slillia1@binghamton.edu

7 Articles


Music

A playlist for socially-distanced hikes

When the coronavirus pandemic hit in full force, everyday life was severely altered. Going out to restaurants, gyms, theaters, salons and nonessential stores was impossible. Everything closed down and most Binghamton University...


Off-Campus Events

Renaissance Floral Gallery introduces Sunday Concert Series starting this week

Concerts are making a triumphant return with venues utilizing outdoor spaces and even drive-in concerts. Binghamton’s music scene is a great place to see a variety of live shows, and with Renaissance...


Off-Campus Events

"Inspired" features works of artists who connected during quarantine

The coronavirus quarantine inspired some to travel outside of their comfort zone and explore new interests. Cooperative Gallery 213 is currently featuring pieces from a local artist who formed an artists’ circle...


Movies

Christopher Nolan breaks way from his signature style in "Tenet"

Christopher Nolan’s 11th feature film adds another mind-bending plot to his canon, but is this plot executed to the best of Nolan’s ability? “Tenet,” directed by auteur Christopher Nolan, had enormous hype...


Off-Campus Events

Locally owned bar hosts pig roast in wake of COVID-19

In Johnson City, the coronavirus has forced food businesses to adapt much like the rest of the country. However, one thing that has never changed about JC Bar & Grill is its...


Music

Katy Perry's new album, "Smile," follows pop star's signature style

Katy Perry’s fifth full-length studio album, “Smile,” is a direct message to the listener to have hope during these difficult times. She may not be as famous as she once was, but...


Off-Campus Events

Festival attendees melt over mac and cheese creations

Why have one type of mac and cheese when you can try 24? On Feb. 27, the annual Mac & Cheese Fest took place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the...