The Horizon

“Jojo Rabbit”satirizes Nazi Germany

Korbin Breeden, Staff Writer

November 13, 2019

When Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis), a Hitler Youth fanatic, finds a Jewish girl living within his home, what does he do? The brilliantly made  “Jojo Rabbit”  satirically shares themes of trust, humanity, and perspective. Writer-director Taika Waititi...

Santa Barbara Museum of Art highlights Alfredo Ramos Martinéz

Alexa Highsmith, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

Just beyond the front doors of the Santa Barbara Art Museum, through the maze-like “Salt and Silver” photography display, past the mesmerizing cosmological “Observing the Universe” exhibition, and lying amidst the astou...

Tame Impala releases single and announces album

Luke Spicer, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

After a five-year wait, Tame Impala fans will just have to hold out a little longer until Feb. 14, the newly announced release date of Kevin Parker’s highly anticipated next album “The Slow Rush.” Alongside the announcem...

Rex Orange County’s “Pony” tackles mental health and minimalism to mixed results

Gabriel Farhadian, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

Rex Orange County released his third album “Pony” as an exploration of mental health and a celebration of simple loves. The album’s cover parallels its contents: clean lines, a boyish attitude, and stark minimalism. “Pony” at...

“Parasite” perfects cinematic social commentary

Wesley Stenzel, Arts & Entertainment Editor

November 6, 2019

Last year, if you told Academy members that Bong Joon-ho would be a frontrunner for the Oscars’ esteemed Best Director prize, nine out of ten of them wouldn’t know who you were talking about. The director’s films have lo...

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