Nov 19, 2015, 5:47am Check out SHWHY, Junglepussy's new album, 'Hitchcock/Truffaut,' and other reviews. Clara He / Staff Illustrator Matrix: Dive Bars By Daniela Rodriguez Check out these independent bars near campus. Illustration by Asia Cunningham In the Bubble: Bourbon Maple Apple Cider and ‘A Trip to the Moon’ By Afrodite Koungoulos Make a relaxing weekend at home complete with a French sci-fi flick and some bourbon apple cider. Advertisement Courtesy of Matthew James-Wilson Frankie Cosmos on her new EP and upcoming New York show By Sophie Kossakowski Indie singer-songwriter and New York native Frankie Cosmos will play at Webster Hall with her band on Sunday night in support of her recently released EP “Fit Me In.” Courtesy of Clifton Benevento Dylan Spaysky’s ‘Tacky Glue’ to display sculptures made from mundane household objects By Elaine Jiang Artist Dylan Spaysky assembles typical Midwestern household objects, like cork, sponges, and old lace into musical instruments and home appliances in a new exhibit on display at SoHo’s Clifton Benevento Gallery. Courtesy Photo ‘Hitchcock/Truffaut’ juxtaposes cinematic techniques, illustrates Hitchcock’s rich repertoire By Alec Donelian Film giants including Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, and Richard Linklater give their opinion on Hitchcock’s work. Courtesy Photo Hip-hop artist Junglepussy on new album ‘Pregnant with Success’ and her evolving sound By Allisen Lichtenstein Junglepussy gives an inside look at the themes of her sophomore album. Courtesy of Brian Rogers A millennia-old Greek classic gets a modern spin in 'Clytigation: State of Exception' By Hu Fangda “Clytigation: State of Exception” used multimedia and modern technology to link an ancient Greek text, “The Oresteia,” to contemporary audiences. Courtesy Photo ‘The Assassin’ presents a visually striking historical snapshot of ninth-century China By Andre Fiks Salem “The Assassin,” a co-production between Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China presents detailed historical reconstruction of ninth-century China’s landscapes, and realistically choreographed fight scenes. Courtesy of Safari Restaurant Harlem’s Safari Restaurant serves authentic Somali cuisine By Allison Yu Somalian restaurant Safari delivers intense flavors for a unique cultural experience.