Taylor Kitsch

March 7, 2012

If you don’t know Taylor Kitsch from his role as the brooding high school football fullback on the hit television series Friday Night Lights, you will after his breakout role in the big-budget, big action sci-fi film […]

Undefeated

March 7, 2012

In a poor predominantly black neighborhood in Memphis, Tennessee sit’s Manassas High School. The storied Tiger football team is famous for all the wrong reasons. Since the school opened in 1899, they have yet to […]

Just Good Old Music

March 7, 2012

What started as a few late night demos and a stint at SXSW has turned into a three-piece band with a faithful indie following. Philadelphia’s own Good Old War has been on the road, producing […]

Jennifer Aniston

February 29, 2012

Wanderlust (noun) – the strong desire for or impulse to wander or travel and explore the world. In the comedy of the same name, Jennifer Anniston and Paul Rudd play a New York couple that […]

Act of Valor

February 29, 2012

It’s like Call of Duty, but only better and on the big screen that’s not in your living room. Real life Navy Seals make this a movie experience that you won’t soon forget. Act of […]

A Fresh Alternative Sound from Atlanta

February 29, 2012

Sometimes, it’s just knowing the right words to search for. In this case, my first attempt: “O’Brother” resulted in more hits involving a George Clooney movie than the Alternative Rock band from Atlanta Georgia. Then, […]

Skrillex: A DJ Hero

February 22, 2012

The name of 23-year-old Skrillex first hit my ears from the mouth of my 16-year-old sister, which is probably the reason it went in one and out the other. “But he’s God!” Well, there’s another. […]

Safe House

February 22, 2012

Finally, a movie with some b-lls! Daniel Espinosa’s latest film about “one of the most brilliant operatives that the CIA ever had” is a flick that would make Jason Bourne proud. Denzel Washington plays Tobin […]

Know Your Mardi Gras

February 15, 2012

Lets begin: Lupercalia was the pre-Roman then ancient Roman mid-February festival to restore purity to the city, as well as, releasing health and fertility. When Romans embraced Christianity they outlawed most pagan rituals…they let Lupercalia […]

Mardi Pardis

February 15, 2012

Mardi Gras — Translated from its original French to mean “Fat Tuesday”– is hard evidence that Catholics can have fun too. The raucous parties, made so famous by the eclectic city of New Orleans, were […]

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