Bridget retains just enough irreverence to make her and her group of rabble-rousing friends feel refreshing.
Season two of the show has provoked a muted response compared to the enthusiastic acclaim engendered by its first.
'The Divine Feminine' does just about everything to perpetuate Mac’s “I've Changed” narrative.
“Each piece is its own little world,” Adams said.
However great our summer was, the ten tracks on 'Light Upon the Lake' enhanced it on another level, and they followed us everywhere, in the best type of way.
Schechter, graduating from the University in December, is the founder and sole employee of What The Sound, a music website dedicated to exposing up-and-coming artists to new listeners.
With closer ties to downtown and the U-M campus, RoosRoast has been the talk of the semester among coffee fanatics and caffeine addicts alike, and they have enjoyed their newfound popularity under the stress of a city that never sleeps.
No documentary is entirely objective, but “Primary” is pretty close.
“Take Beans back to rehab / On Instagram looking like a motherfucking bean bag”
The mocking nature that comes from “Documentary Now!” is subtle — often coming from a quick wink or raised eyebrow from Hader and Armisen, or jokes that blend seamlessly into the environment the duo has transformed into their stage.