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Archives for December 2016

African culture and entertainment highlights of 2016

Africa’s culture was highlighted in the news of 2016 from several parts of the continent. The culture was backed by entertainment which includes music, film, art, and showbiz. Africanews covered the culture and entertainment landscape starting the year with the unveiling in Nigeria of the tallest statue of Jesus Christ in Africa. This was followed […]

Henry Lau: K-Pop Idol Of SM Entertainment Boy Band Super Junior …

For many K-pop acts, 2016 was a very busy year. Depending on said act, it was either very beneficial, such as EXO, BTS, and Twice, or debilitating, such as 4Minute, Beast, and 2NE1. However for some K-pop acts, 2016 marked a year of very little or no activity. So Nyeo Shi Dae (SNSD), better known […]

Why Acting In The Thor And Star Wars Movies Was Difficult, According To Natalie Portman

When it comes to major franchise, it doesn’t get any bigger than Star Wars, with the Marvel Cinematic Universe following right behind it. Both of them are enormous in scope and adored by fans, with a number of actors lending a hand to bring each franchise to life. Natalie Portman is one of the few […]

Haleigh’s Top 10 Films of 2016

Ah, the annual Top 10. Welcome. As you probably know from reading in the intro of every single annual Top 10 list, we film nerds tend to stress ourselves out to a ridiculous extent over our picks. There’s a lot of hair pulling, fretting and last-minute switches as you try to hone in on the select […]

LA’s underground music scene thrives in buildings that often lack basic safety features, with little scrutiny from …

Scores of mostly young people followed the digital-age equivalent of treasure maps to faceless warehouses and old storefronts in downtown Los Angeles, a hotbed of the city’s underground music scene. Entrée to the makeshift nightclubs that take shape in the buildings required message exchanges or security codes, parceled out through websites and Facebook pages. Typically, the locations […]

How One Christian Rock Star Built A Six-Figure Music Business Online

As someone who has earned over $1 million dollars blogging, I love hearing stories of regular people who ditched their jobs to try something new. Even more than that, however, I love when people find a way to make money doing something they truly love. Christopher and Melanie Greenwood are living proof it’s possible to […]

Pentatonix Are The New Kings (And Queens) Of Christmas Music

NASHVILLE, TN – NOVEMBER 02: Avi Kaplan, Kirstin Maldonado, and Scott Hoying of Pentatonix, Jennifer Nettles, and Mitch Grassi and Kevin Olusola of Pentatonix perform onstage at the 50th annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 2, 2016, in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images) Christmas time is a very lucrative one […]

The Verge 2016 tech report cards: Headphones and streaming music

This has been a queer year for headphones. Two groundbreaking pairs of cans were introduced by an unlikely suspect, but with each of them commanding a four-figure price, those breakthroughs might as well not have happened for most people. Apple catalyzed the move toward wireless technology with its omission of a headphone jack in the […]

The Best of Television 2016: Late Night On The Election, Making A Murderer, 2 Views of O.J. Simpson

The bottom of this year’s Top 10 list is nothing if not topical. The election was the biggest, strangest story of the year, and one talk show managed above all to cut through the absurdity. A documentary crossed over and became a cultural phenomenon, and re-opened a real-life murder case. And another all-but-forgotten murder case […]

The Best of Television 2016: Halt And Catch Fire, Life In Pieces, Atlanta

The best dramatic shows of 2016 included a number of sleepers. A largely ignored drama that survived crazy-low ratings and the persistent threat of cancellation to find its voice midway through season 3. A comedy that well-acted, funny, and touching…and won’t give you nightmares. And a genre-busting debut that sometimes does feel like a dream–or […]