The film adaption of Ender’s Game has been highly speculated about and anticipated for decades by science fiction fans. The book, first published in 1985, is today considered an absolute classic of the genre and won both the Hugo and
Definitely more rock than jazz on this fusion classic The album A Tribute To Jack Johnson is a jazz rock classic released by Miles Davis in February of 1971. An album widely under appreciated, and not promoted properly by Columbia
Sockii’s Picks for Exciting New Music Releases in the Coming Year Every year, the anticipation builds for music fans as we look forward to new albums from our favorite artists. Personally, 2013 wasn’t a great music year for me; there
Who will win the title of the first-ever MasterChef Junior? This is it – the finale of the first-ever MasterChef Junior! Of the original 24 young contestants we met in the very first episode, only two remain: Dara and Alexander.
I am not someone who believes in everything he sees on TV (or online). I am fully aware that the producers of a TV series carefully select what they want you to see, etc… so this is why I was
Scoring New Music to the 1925 Silent Film Classic Fans of musician and composer Stewart Copeland, mark your calendars and clear your plans for Easter weekend in 2014. On April 19 he will be performing with the Virginia Arts Festival
The final four battle it out in the semi-finals It’s been an amazing journey for the young contestants on the first ever MasterChef Junior US! Last week, the top six competed in a “restaurant takeover” challenge which ended up sending
Hugh Laurie raises the roof at “The Kes” Wednesday night at the Keswick Theatre, British actor Hugh Laurie brought his musical side – and talents – to a sold-out crowd in Glenside, PA. Backed by the incredibly talented Copper Bottom