‘Tis the season for those of us who listen to music to somehow compile comprehensive lists of what albums, songs and artists we thought made the biggest impact on our lives throughout the year.
Arts & Entertainment
You don’t have to dabble in art, hip-hop, writing, designing, or (least of all) advertising, to feel worthy of owning a sketchbook.
I’m in search of the “cosmic American music.” It’s the lifeblood of the land, which originated in the spirituality of gospel and the urban blues of the wandering vagabond.
The films Mirror Mirror and Snow White and the Huntsman are both in post-production and will be dropping into theaters in 2012. Which one will be better?
Playing on our generation’s sense of ’90s nostalgia, Jason Segel’s new Muppet movie gets laughs for both adults and kids in all the right places.
OMG! The new Twilight movie is out and William wants to rip his eyes out. What did you think?
It’s certainly easy to shout “the end is nigh!” when so many Millennials are turning to other technologies for audio consumption.
Despite what you’ve heard, zines aren’t dead.
Helen Warner plays in the lines between dramatic arts, film and photography, setting the stage for dramatic art that entices the mind.
With his Paris Fashion Week debut a month ago, critics debate whether Kanye West’s clothing line is a legitimate attempt at establishing a fresh identity in the fashion world.