A cappella, in a nutshell In an era rife with EDM, autotune, “whisperpop,” and other musical paraphernalia, where does a cappella find itself amidst all this cacophony? Literally meaning “without musical accompaniment,” a cappella is music stripped down to its bare bones, piercing through all the technological accessories we have today and manipulating humanity’s most
In the wake of recent mass shootings and apparent criticism from Donald Trump, Universal Pictures has just canceled the release of The Hunt, a satirical social thriller that was scheduled to come out on September 27. An R-rated Blumhouse production, The Hunt follows twelve strangers who find themselves in a clearing, oblivious that they are
Up until a few months ago Moulin Rouge was one of those movies I was heard about and I would see it, but never actually got around to it. I, much like so many of my friends, knew most of the words to Lady Marmalade, the huge hit sung by the early 2000s music super
Labeled as a model to watch, 20-year-old British model, Sonny Turner, has made a name for herself in the fashion industry. From modeling for several Aerie campaigns to using her social media prowess as an influencer for Fenty Beauty, Sonny has many brand name campaigns under her belt and continues to amaze the modeling world
On April 13th, Netflix released Lost In Space, a new take on the classic 1966 TV show of the same name. For those who don’t know (which I bet are many of you, considering the show is over 50 years old and I had to ask my mom about it), Lost In Space is about
A YouTube channel by the name Jubilee is breaking the boundaries on political and divisive conversations with their series “Middle Ground.” Middle Ground consists of topical conversations wherein people are usually extremely divided (such as political stance or gun control); but rather than receiving easy views by causing the conversations to go awry and become
Bisexuality is extremely underrepresented throughout Hollywood and media, and when it is portrayed, it’s usually represented using blanket phrases or terms, like “I go both ways,” rather than just explicitly stating that the character is bisexual. However, Brooklyn Nine-Nine changed that when a pivotal character, Rosa Diaz, came out as bisexual and actually used the word.
This slam poem is dedicated to those girls that are still breaking into womanhood. I know the world can get you down – folks may pick you apart for your words or your colour or your body or your choice of career or simply the fact that you are female. This is a reminder to