Posts Tagged ‘Journey’

Arts Roundup: Foot Traffic Edition

Why the Corcoran has troubled getting foot traffic across the street from the White House [Post]
D.C. photographer Frank Hallam Day wins the prestigious Leica Award. [DCist]
Local plays, power-ranked [GOG Blog]
Philippa Hughes goes to Artomatic [Pink Noise]
Journey's Neal Schon claims he didn't bolt from Silverdocs. [Reliable Source]

Tonight at Silverdocs: Journey!

This year's Silverdocs opens tonight with Don't Stop Believin', a film about Journey and its hurricane-voiced Filipino frontman, Arnel Pineda. But as I noted in my intro to Washington City Paper's package of Silverdocs reviews, it isn't the first documentary about these titans of middle-of-the-road arena rock. Almost two decades ago, the band chronicled its 10th year together [...]

This Week in WCP Arts: Silverdocs, Rock of Ages, These United States

Silverdocs turns 10 this year, a fact we're happy to point on the cover of this week's Washington City Paper—in which you'll find dozens of reviews from the documentary film festival, and at least one recommendation for a long lost movie about Journey. The festival starts on Monday, and each day on Arts Desk we'll highlight our [...]

Silverdocs Slate Includes Films About Bad Brains, Ai Weiwei

This June marks the 10th iteration of Silverdocs, and for the second year in a row, the film festival seems to have placed a special emphasis on music: The annual celebration of documentary film opens on June 18 with Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey's, Ramona Diaz's film about Arnel Pineda, a formerly homeless Filipino singer [...]

His Cover’s Blown: A Chat with A.V. Club Editor Josh Modell

Ted Leo And The Pharmacists cover Tears For Fears
What constitutes a good cover? Over the last five months, the endearingly opinionated commentariat over at The Onion’s A.V. Club have publicly debated their merits and pitfalls below each installment of Undercover, its 25-week web series. The premise: Bands cram into a quaintly claustrophobic studio to perform selections [...]

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