Bringing Roots Music to SXSW

March 21, 2012

When I was invited to attend New Frontier Touring’s SXSW Showcase on Friday, March 18, it was to review a “Roots” band called YARN, who was about to release a new LP two days later […]

Kim Gatlin

March 21, 2012

Big hair, big bling, and big controversy! Of course, it’s a show set in Dallas. Kim Gatlin may have struck oil on the shelf with her much talked about book Good Christian Bitches. The title […]

The Hunger Games

March 21, 2012

The Hunger Games, based on the bestselling series of young adult novels by Suzanne Collins, made grown-ups I saw sniffle, gasp, and sneer. Set in a futuristic Capitol nation where the fashion is 80’s aerobic […]

St. Patrick’ s Day

March 14, 2012

This Saturday is the one-day of the year that we can be Irish! There will be plenty of good times to be had and there is only one rule for the day: WEAR GREEN! From […]

Project X

March 14, 2012

I gotta tell you, Matthew Broderick and his Air Force chimps are no where to be found in this cinematic masterpiece that is a shoe in for next year’s Oscars and Canne Film Festival. Yes, […]

Coutney Galliano

March 14, 2012

At 23 years old, So You Think You Can Dance star Courtney Galiano has conquered reality TV, moved cross-country and started her own business. Between her many jobs, she sat down to answer a few […]

Laidback Luke

March 14, 2012

For what it’s worth, and never mind what any politician may have you believe, America has a strong sense of internationalism – in music, anyhow. From Coldplay to Rihanna, Adele to Madonna (wait, that’s a […]

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 […]

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