Hi folks. This week, we have places you can actually visit in person, a round-up of comic book news, a hodgepodge of online cultural items and an OK Go video to bring you hope.
Hi folks. This week I’m sharing a couple of cool websites, including a great one for Harry Potter fans and a smattering of stuff that’s kind of all over the culture/entertainment map.
Al Capone lived out his final years on a grand estate in Palm Island, Florida, with his wife, Mae, by his side and grandchildren running around the property. It sounds like a pretty nice end for the notorious Chicago gangster, until you realize that he spent those post Alcatraz years sufferi…
Hayley Williams, best known as the lead vocalist, primary songwriter and keyboardist of the rock band Paramore, cuts loose from her band of 16 years to release her first solo album, “Petals for Armor.”
Country artist Luke Combs’s second studio album, “What You See is What You Get” has been re-released with an accompanying behind-the-scenes video for select songs, made available on streaming platforms.
NEW YORK (AP) — John Bolton’s book has again been delayed, according to listings on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble, both of which say “What Happened In the Room” has been pushed back from May 12 to June 23.
Sixteen-year-old Johanna Morrigan (Beanie Feldstein) lives a romantic and exciting life, at least in her imagination. The heroine of “ How to Build a Girl “ has (what she perceives to be) the misfortune of being from Wolverhampton, where everything seems to be dirty and old, where Mr. Darcys…
Terry Donahue, the subject of the new Netflix documentary “ A Secret Love,” was a catcher for the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Yes, kind of like Geena Davis’ character Dottie Hinson from Penny Marshall’s “A League of Their Own.” She wore those skirts, she went to charm sc…
L.A. Alt-rock band AWOLNATION filter negativity through their trademark sound to make “Angel Miners and the Lightning Riders,” the quintet’s latest album.
Little was predictable about the Beastie Boys in their three-plus decades of making music. They were spontaneous, always evolving, off-the-cuff pranksters who turned pro without ever losing the punchline.
PALMDALE — The City of Palmdale will accept entries through April 30 for its “Walk on Words” Poetry Contest, which will culminate with the winning poem being stamped in concrete at a City facility.
Seeking to be a beacon of solace for people in the doldrums, Texas-based Pop band, Surfaces, shares “Horizons,” a project full of polished, vibrant bedroom Pop intended to inspire and enlighten.
PALMDALE — The City of Palmdale’s Parks and Recreation staff has compiled a list of virtual recreation ideas for residents to help make this time of social distancing productive and interesting for the whole family during the current “Safer at Home” order.
It’s about 1:30 a.m. The Grateful Dead have been playing continuously for the last four hours as I desperately try to summarize the unsummable. Musician. Family man. Recording engineer. Hippie. World traveler. Deadhead. Man of God.
I hope all of you are well. If you’re feeling a little stir crazy, you’re not the only one. I am, too. Let’s have a laugh about it — go to YouTube and check out the song “Cabin Fever” from the movie Muppet Treasure Island.
The Grammy Museum announced the next round of never-before-released free digital content from their archive, while the museum in Los Angeles is closed until further notice, in light of COVID-19.
Surprising fans on March 15 without a release statement, Childish Gambino (aka Donald Glover, Jr.) dropped his musical moniker and released “Donald Glover Presents: 3.15.20,” a 12-track offering that bridges his eclectic past and maintains forward thinking aspirations.