Atlanta, GA – In a place where everyone is a potential photographer thanks to their smartphones, standing out as a professional photographer requires more than just owning a camera. It takes talent, dedication and a unique perspective to capture moments that resonate with people. Enter Kyle Nadler, an Atlanta-based photographer who specializes in concert photography.
Three years and five singles later, Victoria Monet finally bridges the gap between the funky, disco-infused extended play JAGUAR (2020) with what she’s described as its predecessor’s ‘voluptuous big sister’ JAGUAR II.
Lana Del Rey kicked off her limited North American headline tour this past Thursday, Sept. 14 at the FirstBank Amphitheater in Franklin, Tennessee. The 38-year-old alternative singer hung up her Waffle House uniform and returned to the stage to deliver an effortless and unforgettable show that debuted her “Did you Know There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd” tour.
In the world of true crime films, the disturbing exposé “Scouts Honor” on Netflix explores the secret tales of atrocities perpetrated within the Boy Scouts of America, illuminating the ominous significance of acknowledging these offenses.
Barbie was the movie of the summer. The star-studded comedy-drama debuted on July 21st in theaters all around the world. This bright and colorful film follows Stereotypical Barbie and her friend Ken as they live in Barbieland. However, when strange things start happening to Stereotypical Barbie, they must journey to the Real World.
Netflix’s “Heartstoppers” Season 2 stands out as a beacon of realism in a world where entertainment frequently sensationalizes drama and romance while shedding awareness on the crucial issue of mental health. This well-liked British series, which is based on Alice Oseman’s graphic novels, returns with a moving timely examination of the difficulties young people confront.
Cult classic “Sharknado” celebrated its 10 year anniversary with screenings in select theaters all over the country Aug. 15 and 16. The screening included a remastered anniversary edition advertised with never-before-seen thrills and kills.
Amidst the charming streets of Carrollton, Georgia, a vibrant tapestry of local businesses contributes to the city’s distinctive character. Three years after the pandemic, Josh Niesse, Co-owner of Underground Books, shares insights into the bookstore’s history, distinctive offers and strong ties to the city.