ENTERTAINMENT

Warpaint Announce New Album and Release “New Song”

Warpaint-the Los Angeles indie band announced new album Heads Up and released track ,"New Song" today morning.The track titled New Track ,sounds a lot like '90s disco,dream pop ,electronica dance music.It's is definitely a new turn about for the band who is known for their softer alternative ,ambien like sound...

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Arist on the Rise: Bishop Briggs

  Bishop Briggs is one of the latest artist to break onto the indie/ alternative music scene. You actually may have heard her song on commercials. The song I am talking about is her energetic single off of her album, “Wild”, Wild Horses which features an upbeat sound, an electronic/ …

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Today, in 1951, Catcher in the Rye by JD Sallinger was Published

Today, July 16, in year 1951, the novel, Catcher in the Rye, by author J.D. Sallinger, was published. I remember reading the book cover-to-cover in high school for a project and really finding it fun and insightful. The brilliant novel is still popular today, catering to readers timelessly. The reflective …

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Disney Introduces First Ever Latina Princess

Disney is introducing its first Latina princess with the new animated television series “Elena of Avalor.” The series focuses on the adventures of the title character, who is described as being “a brave and adventurous teenager who has saved her kingdom from an evil sorceress and must now learn to …

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Creator and Star of Hit Broadway Show “Hamilton” to Retire

Lin-Manuel Miranda is giving his last performance on Broadway in Hamilton on Saturday night. Miranda created the musical, which won 11 Tony Awards at last month’s ceremony, including two for Miranda himself: for best book and best score of a musical. (His longtime onstage alternate, Javier Munoz, is taking over …

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The Evolution of Album Cover Art Over The Years

The earliest,most iconic album artwork started at a time’ 60s counterculture music  came about and has progressed over the years to include different aesthetic styles during the change of decade.     Iconic artwork such as Andy Warhol’s famous pop-art of a stark banana for The Velvet Underground’s first album …

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Paul Hiffmeyer, Disney Photographer, Retiring at 70

  Disney is an iconic name in the United States and even worldwide. The enormously influential, tremendously successful conglomerate is often known for its prevalence worldwide, as it permeates new territories continually. Disneyland is the happiest place on earth! Every time I go to Disneyland, I make sure I take …

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Chris Evans and Jenny Slate Relationship Validated as they Appear together on the Red Carpet

Chris Evans and Jenny Slate Relationship Validated as they Appear together on the Red Carpet

There should not be any doubt that most, if not all, people know the name, Chris Evans. Probably best known now as Captain America, Steve Rogers, Chris Evans has acted in a myriad of romantic comedy movies as well, such as What’s Your Number, alongside Anna Faris, in 2009, and Not Another Teen Movie, alongside Jamie Pressly, in 2001...

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