EnspiRED’s Urban Behavior was inclusive in the truest sense.
After fifteen years, M. Night Shyamalan (“The Sixth Sense”) has returned to top form. His newest film, “Split,” is an exercise in the construction of atmosphere with which the director, who has spent much of the last decade and a half in the cinematic doghouse, once made his name.
It resonated with me that a man could — and did — write an entire quartet, eight movements of translated emotion, imprisoned in a foreign country during one of the bloodiest wars of history.
Japandroids have toned down their in-your-face, fast tempo rock tracks while keeping their emotional intensity. They've found subtle ways to continue to make music that demands attention in their evolving style, one that isn’t overtly positive or loud, but always hints at hope.
It’s impossible not to think of the refugees, only miles from this sheltered adolescent.
There are a multitude of examples of revolutionary artists passing away very young. Such little time on Earth, yet what an impact they were able to make.
It’s been a minute since a New Yorker reigned as the hottest rapper. Without counting Jay-Z’s post-retirement victory laps, it’s probably been more than a decade. The Big Apple, the birthplace of hip-hop, was long-considered rap’s pinnacle city.
ʻA Series of Unfortunate Events’ lives entirely in its own little world, free from the constraints that a period piece can often put on a work of fiction.
Immediately after learning that ‘L’amour de loin’ was going to be performed, I set about trying to find a way to see i