News: Heartland Film Critics Panel

By Anthony Miglieri In addition to attending a special screening of the 2014 Roger Ebert documentary Life Itself (reviewed here) and conducting a Q&A afterwards, the late Ebert’s wife, Chaz Ebert, also moderated a discussion on film criticism at the Heartland Film Festival 2017. On the panel, Mrs. Ebert; who herself is the CEO of RogerEbert.com, Ebert Digital LLC, and Ebert Productions, among several other positions; was … Continue reading News: Heartland Film Critics Panel

News: Mayday Parade

By Caroline Meister Mayday Parade are one of the most influential bands in the pop punk genre (or “emo” music as it is sometimes affectionately called). Even if you don’t listen to the genre religiously, you probably know Mayday Parade, who have such hits as “Miserable At Best,” “Terrible Things,” and “Three Cheers For Five Years.” The band is celebrating the ten year anniversary of … Continue reading News: Mayday Parade

News: 4 Avatar Sequels

By: Desiree Williams It’s been seven years since moviegoers were invited into the Avatar world, but it looks like the next invitation is on its way. Director James Cameron made a surprise appearance at 20th Century Fox’s CinemaCon in Las Vegas Thursday and said that he has expanded his plans for the Avatar franchise. He previously planned to make three sequels, but he is ready … Continue reading News: 4 Avatar Sequels

News: Zedd – No New Album

By: Madyson McGill Zedd had a monumental year in 2015 but that doesn’t mean fans can expect an album in 2016. Last year the DJ/ Producer dropped his sophomore album, True Colors, which featured collaborates with Selena Gomez, Echosmith, and Troye Sivan. The album soared to the top of Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums, passing his first album Clarity, which peaked at No.2. To follow the … Continue reading News: Zedd – No New Album

News: Justin Timberlake’s Lawsuit

By: Madyson McGill As Justin Timberlake’s song “Damn Girl” featuring will.i.am reaches its ten year mark, PK Music Performance claims the song is too similar to the 1969 disco track “A New Day Is Here At Last” written by Perry Kibble who was in the band A Taste of Honey.  PK Music Performance has filed a federal lawsuit against Sony Music, Timberlake, will.i.am, and various … Continue reading News: Justin Timberlake’s Lawsuit

Grammy Winners

By: Louie Wieseman The 58th Annual Grammy Awards were hosted on February 15th on CBS. The show has concluded after an array of performances, tributes, and of course the awards. Check out this year’s list of winners! Album Of The Year Sound and Color – Alabama Shakes To Pimp a Butterfly – Kendrick Lamar Traveller – Chris Stapleton 1989 – Taylor Swift Beauty Behind the … Continue reading Grammy Winners