Pfister transcends expectations in Directorial debut

Technology is everywhere; we all know it. Some of us can see the dangers of what does to our society. Even Wally Pfister, longtime cinematographer and now director of the upcoming film “Transcendence” sees the harm that it can cause

LEAF plans Earth Week

From April 13 to 25, the Leaders for Environmental Action at Fairfield will host a variety of events for Earth Week. Earth Week is an extension of Earth Day, which falls on Tuesday, April 22. On Tuesday, April 22, there

No longer mad about ‘Mad Men’

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The spark in Don Draper’s eyes has faded and unfortunately so has the buzz about the once great Mad Men. The beginning of the end was set in motion Sunday night with the premiere of the final season although I

We welcome Shakespeare to the punk rock scene

Shakespeare’s renowned works have been loved by audiences for centuries. Though they were written in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, the themes and morals of his plays are still relevant today. Theatre Fairfield produced its rendition of “Measure

Fairfield senior breaks into EDM scene

Senior Louis Inglese has played at Clam Jam, giving inebriated, fun-loving Fairfield seniors a bass-heavy backdrop to their end-of-the-year debauchery. He’s played from the balcony of a Lantern Point beach house, his mixes carrying euphoric sounds over a sea of

WVOF: What to listen to next

Wye Oak – “Shriek” The Baltimore duo has released one of the most anticipated albums of the year, a follow-up to their 2011 album “Civilian.” It seems that they have taken a note from singer Jenn Wasner’s pop-synth side project