After Tupac’s digital debut at Cochella, what does this mean for the music industry?
Arts & Entertainment
An interview with the author of the Fling Girl comic which is about dating, LA, and crazy people.
Noir City not only returns beloved and influential classics to the screen, but also highlight the importance of maintaining an accessible film library.
We look to model the characters in our favorite TV worlds, especially when it comes to sex. We dream about these characters and lust after their extraordinary escapades. So here’s some dating tips, brought to you by the leading men of television.
So many aspects of pop culture today shove once-taboo subjects in our faces. In some ways, these messages can have negative impacts on an audience, but is raunchy music really that bad?
The Hunger Games have taken the teen series spotlight. Although it’s geared toward the same age group, the Hunger Games has very little in common with the Twlight saga, which it gets compared to all too often.
For movie fanatics, the Academy Awards are the Super Bowl, the Olympics, and the World Cup combined. Here’s what you need to know for this year.
An exploration and comparison of theatre ticket sales and industry changes between the 1950s and present day.
What the hell happened to “The Music Festival?” What used to feel like a fun weekend full of awesome jams and awesome people, now feels like a douchey faux-fiesta worthy only of Natty Light chugging bros.
Hulu is not the only one prepping its bouquet with more diverse and original content. It looks like streaming services will soon become a serious challenge to traditional TV.