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Noah Zeidman


"Archer's" latest attempt at reinvention is gets off to a rocky start in the season's first episode.

“Archer” gets off to a faltering start

“Archer” used to be a brilliant show about a freelance secret agency for the better part of its first four seasons, before starting to grow stale with recycled storylines and overly-troped characters. 

Drake's "If You're Reading This It's Too Late" easily makes A&E's top ten list.

The best albums of 2015

With the semester winding to a close and the holidays rapidly approaching, it’s time to look back on a bountiful year of music.

Catching up with Lady Lamb

Lady Lamb, the performing alias of indie-rocker Aly Spaltro, will be kicking off the latest leg of her Fall tour in Charlottesville.

Throwback songs for the Classes of 2012-2015

This weekend is the University's annual Homecomings, a combination of a home football game and a celebration of students and alumni. In honor of these events, A&E showcases some throwback songs for these classes.

A conversation with Waxahatchee before the show

Indie-rockers Waxahatchee will be taking on the Southern Cafe & Music Hall Oct. 12. Arts & Entertainment chatted with the group’s singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Katie Crutchfield to preview the show.

Greensky Bluegrass return to the Jefferson

For the past 15 years, Greensky Bluegrass has been crafting unique, genre-bending songs. The band will be returning to the Jefferson Theater Sept. 23, almost exactly a year after its last Charlottesville performance. Arts & Entertainment chatted with founding member and banjo player Michael Bont to preview the upcoming show.

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