‘Eclectic’ is the word that I would use to describe the collection of pieces at Dance Visions 2006. Unless you’re a fan of the traditional and classical dance performance, the show displayed a variety of pieces to satisfy fans of all kinds of dance.
Feb. 10, an out-of-the-ordinary Saturday-night deadline of 9:00 p.m. mercilessly falls upon film and German studies double major Shant Derderian as he edits with hurried fervor the final scenes of his project entitled ‘Rejuvenation,’ only to meet with the
A 1920s set of the Alfred Hitchcock movie ‘Psycho’ evolves into a present-day search to uncover the relics of an unfinished film in the London play, ‘Hitchcock Blonde.’
No one takes a 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible, lowers it, installs 20-inch wheels and says that they have updated a classic. The modifications are out of place and without good taste.
In the midst of the rise of popular Hispanic culture and comedians in today’s American society, the Virginpalooza comedy tour would like to ‘de-virginize’ America by way of introducing you to the ‘South-Asian comedian.’
No musical genre is its own island, free of influence from all other forms of music. In one way or another, each genre has its origins set in another, like blues and rock-and-roll. So when the Recording Academy claims that it honors ‘achievement in the re
Smear on the glittery eye makeup and get your dancing shoes on for the fury of We Are The Fury unfurling across music venues in North America this spring and summer.
Before Dave Chappelle squandered a $50 million contract and took an impromptu trip to Africa to chill out, he did a genuinely nice thing for a lot of his fans.
On Jan. 26 a rich and powerful woman told a former crack head and raging alcoholic that she had ‘felt really duped.’
Growing up Galstyan meant constantly arguing with my mother about the kind of music she could play in the car when dropping me off at school. She wanted to play Persian music while I wanted to blast anything I recorded from KIIS or POWER 106 on those old