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Archives for July 2014

AMC Entertainment Down on Q2 Earnings and Revenues Miss

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‘Sharknado 2’ smashes ratings records

Syfy boasts that “Sharknado 2” broke ratings records Thursday night, with 3.9 million viewers tuning in for the premiere. The sequel was also a hit on Twitter. The network said: Syfy’s pop culture sensation “Sharknado 2: The Second One” absolutely devoured the world during last night’s July 30 premiere, becoming the channel’s most watched original […]

Delta Announces Free In-Flight Entertainment On Basically ALL Flights

In an age of airlines piling on the fees, it’s rare to encounter an airline announcing something that will be free. But this week Delta Air Lines announced it will begin offering free in-flight entertainment on all domestic flights longer than 90 minutes. In a July 28 press release, the airline said it will offer […]

These Are the 30 Best Movies Set in New Jersey

I live in New Jersey — go ahead, get the jokes out of the way now. (“Which exit?” Heh heh heh.) After all, for much of its history, Jersey’s been the butt of jokes, not just because easy targets like Chris Christie and Snooki live here, but also because of a tradition of unflattering portrayals […]

Taradise Lost: Tara Reid’s Sharknado Comeback

Tara Reid as April Wexler in Sharknado 2: The Second One. Jaimie Trueblood—Syfy The Sharknado star and notorious party girl gets older, and wiser — maybe More Sharknado 2: Everything You Need to Know Before Watching The Epically Absurd Second One Snark Attack! Sharknado 2 Chums the Waters of Social Media The Sharknado 2 Trailer […]

KahBang organizers cancel music portion of festival; art and film elements to …

KahBang festival-goers react to the band during the 2010 edition of the festival. KahBang Music Art Festival organizer Joshua Gass announced Thursday afternoon that the music portion of the yearly festival — including Friday night performances by indie rock artist St. Vincent and rapper DMX — has been canceled. Gass made the decision known through […]

Keeping the music going

Music education in public schools is often taken for granted, much like a full service cafeteria or art programs. Petaluma High School band director Cliff Eveland knows this week, when he was in high school, his school had no band program. To ensure PHS students did not suffer a similar fate, Eveland helped launch the […]

Inside The Software That Shapes Your Music: Steven Slate (Part 1)

In the introduction to this series, I remarked that the new Holy Grails of pop iconography (the up-side-down Stratocaster of Jimi Hendrix; the circular array of Neil Peart’s drum-set) are increasingly less tangible. Rather, they have become pieces of software, algorithms lacking a specific, corporeal form. You wouldn’t need a roadie to cart around these new […]

Buffa’s, neighbor reach 60-day compromise in live music lawsuit – The Times

The owners of Buffa’s Bar and neighbor Sidney Torres IV reached a compromise Thursday in Civil District Court that will temporarily quiet their battle over live music. Buffa’s owner Chuck Rogers agreed to the following conditions for a 60-day period starting Aug. 4: no live music on Mondays and Tuesdays; on Wednesdays the music will […]

Adenuga Gets Award for Supporting Entertainment

Globacom Chairman, Dr. Mike Adenuga Jr. has been recognised for giving support to the entertainment industry with the award of the ‘Entertainment Pillar of the Decade’. The award given by Nigeria’s foremost entertainment-focused publications, Entertainment Express and Sunday Express, was in recognition of his immense contributions to the entertainment industry in Nigeria in the last […]