Arts & Culture

Profile: Who Was Jesus, Really?

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by Elizabeth Bernbaum

This year’s Easter Sunday inspired new interest from analysts across the nation to figure out what kind of guy Christ really was. Our reporters sat down with accredited historian Jared Inglemore to get the scoop.

Inglemore started us off with some background:

The Fishwrapper: So, tell us a little bit about Christ...


New Wes Anderson Film Literally A Children’s Pop-up Book

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by Ricky Spaulding

Scheduled for nationwide release this summer, Director Wes Anderson’s new film Victrola Whimsy and the Incorrigible Mayfly is a children’s pop-up book. Through 14 pages of subtly striking pop-up watercolor artwork, the film tells the charming story of 10-year-old Victrola Whimsy, the adopted daughter of a single hot-air balloon pilot, and their journey to meet a mysterious entomologist who lives in isolation on a small Connecticut island...


New Evidence Suggests All of Shakespeare’s Plays Were Written by a Computer in 2004

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by Ricky Spaulding

Detailed textual analysis of Shakespeare’s plays has indicated that they were all written by a computer program in 2004. This new discovery settles an authorship debate that has dominated scholarly discussions of these influential works of Early Modern drama for centuries. The software that penned such famous tales as "Hamlet," "Macbeth," and "Othello" is owned by W.W...