Archive for August, 2014
Do you like politics and bad decisions? Literature and anthropomorphism?
Wale splits with Roc Nation and lends a verse to a track for Michael Brown.
"If books go away in favor of digital formats, will I still be able to find an audience and make a living?"
Here's what to do if you're in town for Labor Day Weekend.
Synetic Theater is getting into the workout video business.
"I don't like the term cartoonist at all, because I just don't think I am one at all."
Free jazz shows, now with kids music!
Standout Track: A song from Chevy Chase bedroom-pop artist Andrew Aylward’s as-yet-untitled debut release, “Self Destruct” is a hazy, lo-fi nugget that could have easily been written by Kurt Vile. Like Vile’s standout 2011 record Smoke Ring for My Halo, it’s as lethargic and repetitious as a Monday-morning routine. “So I’ll take you where the [...]
The story sounds straight out of a Lifetime movie: A stunning young dancer—the muse of her partner and choreographer—is stricken by a grave illness and doesn’t know if she’ll ever walk again, let alone dance. To do so, she must overcome all odds. And of course, the woman in question is gorgeous. So go see Afternoon of [...]