Few artists or bands have been more prolific after their death/disbanding than Tupac Shakur. But one quintessential rock band stands out as having released more of basically the same bunch of songs in different forms than even Norah Jones is capable of.
Dave Chappelle is undisputedly royalty in the American comedy scene. After selling more than 2 million copies of the season one DVD of ‘Chappelle’s Show,’ and earning three Emmy nominations, including one for outstanding comedy series, Chappelle has becom
As a child, the parents of John Baldwin Gouley, singer/guitarist of self-proclaimed soul/funk/electro band ‘Portugal. The Man,’ ran the famous Alaskan dog-sledding race Iditarod, in the organizational sense, as well as (his father only) actually running i
Since the dawn of life on Earth, there has been a struggle for dominance. The lion versus the zebra. The dog versus the cat. But no conflict is greater than the one between man and beast.
On Thursday, Jan. 20, the UC Irvine Film and Video Center, in cooperation with the Department of Art History, screened two documentaries about photography.
We return to writer/director Len Wiseman’s land of vampires and werewolves (or lycans) in the dark action film ‘Underworld Evolution,’ the sequel to Wiseman’s debut flick ‘Underworld.’
If you want to see a provoking art exhibit, you don’t have to go all the way to the Getty museum in Los Angeles or even to one of the smaller galleries in Laguna Beach. You can just make your way over to the University Art Gallery, where the winter 2006 u
All right, all you celebrity gossip junkies, I know what you guys are all about. I see you with your US Weekly reading about Brad and Jen, Brad and Angelina, Angelina and her third-world country adopted babies and now her real baby.
For most of us, Madonna is one of the greatest artists in history. Unfortunately, ‘Confessions on a Dance Floor,’ the dance album that many fans have been waiting for simply does not live up to standards, which is quite disappointing considering it’s Mado
The most technologically advanced ship of its time, the RMS Titanic was described to be ‘practically unsinkable by ‘The Shipbuilder Magazine’ in 1911. At 882.9 feet long, the Titanic was not only the largest ship of the early 20th century, but also the la