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    FET Presents a Powerful Cast In Production of All My Sons

    2:29 AM April 25, 2012

      Something is rotten in the Keller household. Joe Keller, a former factory owner, has recently been exonerated after being charged with shipping defective airplane parts to the U.S. Air Force that killed over 20 World War II pilots.  He lives with his family: a wife, Kate, and son, Chris, in the shadow of his other son Larry’s disappearance. Full story

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    Student Models Walk the Runway at FFP Twisted Tea Party

    2:27 AM April 25, 2012

      Fordham Fashion for Philanthropy (FFP) hosted its seventh annual fashion show in the Rose Hill Gym on Friday, April 20, showcasing emerging fashion brands, Fordham models, music and plenty of refreshments. The proceeds from the show, entitled “A Twisted Tea Party,” were donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Metro New York. Full story

    Ram Review: “It’s My Park”

    2:24 AM April 25, 2012

      Over 14 percent, or about 29,000 acres. of New York City is park land, but beyond local and famous parks, most New Yorkers are unaware of the land and resources available in their city.  By watching “It’s My Park,” New Yorkers and visitors can learn about parks across the City and special features each has to offer. Full story

    Ram Review: Blunderbuss

    2:22 AM April 25, 2012

      Jack White’s first solo project, Blunderbuss, was released April 24. iTunes had the album streaming free for a limited time since Tuesday, April 17. The title refers to both a song on the album and an early shotgun from the 17th century. Fans of White will be fans of this album. Full story

    Ram Review: Death of a Salesman

    2:20 AM April 25, 2012

      The fractured relationship that Willy and Biff Loman possess in the famous American play of the 20th century, Death of a Salesman, is powerfully animated on stage by actors, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Andrew Garfield. Death of a Salesman is a play written by American playwright Arthur Miller in 1949. Full story

    Ram Review: “Game of Thrones”

    2:19 AM April 25, 2012

      If any “Game of Thrones” fans were upset when the Malfoy-esque Joffrey took the Iron Throne at the end of the show’s first season, fear not: Just four episodes into Season 2, six other rulers are poised to chop the golden-haired head off the boy-king’s shoulders. Full story

    Ram Review: Newsies

    2:17 AM April 25, 2012

      Disney added Newsies to its repertoire of Broadway musicals, with its recent opening at the Nederlander Theatre. By now, the movie has become a cult hit, and almost everyone was forced to watch it during middle school or high school for a history, music or social studies class. Full story

    Ram Review: “Girls”

    2:15 AM April 25, 2012

      How do I figure out relationships when no one dates anymore, find a job that pays and afford life in one of the most expensive cities in the world? These are questions that bother me on a daily basis. These same troubles surround Hannah, the protagonist of Lena Dunham's show, “Girls,” which premiered on April 15 on HBO. Full story