While I cannot possibly hope to give you a comprehensive formula to make the ideal soundtrack for getting down and dirty, I can give you some basic guidelines.
Three different forces of nature from across our great nation will converge at the Pinhook on Wed., Oct. 22 to play some sweetly sublime tunes.
Anyone who has frequented Shooters in the past couple months is probably no stranger to “2 On."
Ride Out is a likable and jovial album that functions as a fitting swan song for Seger.
Love, in Qawwali music, is the “primary means of expressing God.”
Nicholas Sparks is getting lazy. The man’s name may be associated with young women’s favorite Ryan Gosling romance, but he seems to have lost his touch.
Superhero faces new foe. Initially is defeated. Comes back to save the day.
Fincher's movie succeeds due to an abundance of slick style and a revelatory performance from Rosamund Pike.
The Skeleton Twins has great moments, but only makes for a good film.
“Freak Show” capitalizes on the othering of actors and actresses with disabilities in a way that previous shows of Ryan Murphy's have avoided.
“It’s too bad Baldwin doesn’t have a dance floor anymore. They’ll have to use the aisles.”
“The hardest words I ever said were, I need to talk to someone about an assault.”
DC has slowly edged its way back onto the map through a different route: the small screen.