Arts & Entertainment

David Bowie loses battle with cancer at age 69

David Bowie loses battle with cancer at age 69

David Bowie, a singer, songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, died on Sunday, Jan. 10, two days after his 69th birthday. According to a Facebook post on his public account, Bowie had been through an 18-month battle with cancer, but it...

 

Bowdon continues Mardi Gras festival

Bowdon continues Mardi Gras festival

Mardi Gras, a worldwide holiday on Feb. 9, marks the beginning to Lent, a 47-day period of fasting and religious observances that end on Easter Sunday. Mardi Gras, which is also known as Shrove Tuesday, is “Fat Tuesday” in French. It is...

 

A Beautiful Dark Twisted Twitter Feud

With the birth of his two children, and marrying Kim Kardashian, it seemed that Yeezus had finally began settling down. He had not made any obnoxious displays of Kanye-ness in a while and his new songs, “Facts” and “Real Friends” were...

 

America’s favorite liars return for new season

America’s favorite liars return for new season

The continuation of the sixth season of the Freeform, previously ABC Family, series Pretty Little Liars premiered on Tuesday, Jan. 12. The main characters of the show, Emily, Spencer, Aria, and Hanna, returned to their hometown of Rosewood...

 

Making a Murderer will challenge your perception of America’s justice system

Imagine going through your daily regimen and suddenly being confronted by police officers. Imagine being charged and convicted with a heinous crime you are oblivious to, even though you had multiple alibis. Imagine spending 18 years in prison...

 

Coding isn’t gender coded

Coding isn’t gender coded

Photo Credit: Invented By Girls Production A documentary garnered to inspire women to embark in the world of software development was released recently. This documentary, CodeGirl was made by filmmaker Lesley Chilcott and was released on YouTube...

 

Final Bond for Daniel Craig

Final Bond for Daniel Craig

The James Bond series has come a long way from its first debut with Sean Connery in 1962. Ian Flemings’ 50-year running action films just keep coming, and it seems they will never go out of style. This year’s James Bond film, Spectre, is...

 

Atlanta hosts Walker Stalker Con

Atlanta hosts Walker Stalker Con

Photo Credit: Kate Croxton The Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC) in Atlanta, Ga., hosted this year’s Walker Stalker Convention (WSC). The three day event lasted from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 and held exclusive panels, celebrity photo ops, autograph...

 

Crimson Peak: A tale of terrifying romance

Crimson Peak: A tale of terrifying romance

October is always a good time to see movies that will have you on the edge of your seat—or balled up in it—and Crimson Peak does not disappoint. Written and directed by Guillermo del Toro, whose other works include Pan’s Labyrinth and...

 

Reviving the Red Scare: Bridge of Spies

Reviving the Red Scare: Bridge of Spies

Hollywood has a history of cashing in when political ties between countries intensify, and the new film Bridge of Spies is no different. Released on Oct. 16, box office revenues have reached 32 million and counting. The film follows the plight...

 
 
 
 

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