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New York City has been a classic setting for some of televisions most iconic shows. From I Love Lucy to Friends to 30 Rock, the Big Apple has either been a center location or had a major influence on beloved (or love to hate) characters across decades of TV. Find out what what you stream on Netflix below: Read the rest of this entry
I can’t remember if I shared about it already, but I’ve started contributing to Travel + Leisure! One of my favorite articles to have worked on for them this summer was on travel films to queue up your Netflix with. Details below: Read the rest of this entry
Whether its Christmas or another occasion you might find yourself needing to get a last-minute gift card for, forget about getting one to Starbucks or a department store. Make it a little more personal and pick up one for a digital service (or service thats started online) that the person either hasn’t tried before and could be into or that you know they’ll love. Five different online services to give: Read the rest of this entry
Since film and TV take part in a traveler’s lifestyle as much as music, and since I cover entertainment overall from time to time as a journalist, I’m going to occasionally start sharing posts on favorite film and TV moments of mine as they pop up. For a quick post to start and since I am comic book fan, Marvel has just released it’s first official teaser trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Watch it below:
Haven’t done a new song select in a while, but as soon as I heard Gwen Stefani’s new solo single, “Baby Don’t Lie”, had to share it! Check it out below: Read the rest of this entry
Leave it Beyonce to be a musical ninja again. Yonce has released a new version of “Flawless” with Nicki Minaj, who shared the news about their duet on Instagram. Listen below. Read the rest of this entry
I usually don’t post on solo museum exhibits, but it’s Beyoncé! A fashion exhibit centered on Queen Bey will debut next week at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio in the museum’s main exhibit all in its Legends of Rock section. The exhibit joins iconic pieces from Michael Jackson, Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen.
Yoncé’s exhibit will feature different styles that come from the 2013 Super Bowl performance, the 2012 Met Gala, and four music videos – “Run the World (Girls)”, “Sweet Dreams”, “Single Ladies” and the song that launched her solo career and a personal favorite of mine, “Crazy In Love”. Would’ve been great if some Destiny’s Child styles made it as well, for a full musical stoll down memory lane for any 20-something today.
British synth-pop dou La Roux is back with a new single that premiered today, and just like front-woman Elly Jackson’s hair, the song is brilliant!
Quite different from “Bulletproof”, “Let Me Down Gently” is a smooth, ballad-like track with a synth-pop audio. The beat of course then picks up, with Jackson’s lyrics still staying soft for a harmonious, balanced comeback track that’ll be great for to listen while cruising—whatever your method of transpo is. “Let Me Down Gently” is the lead single for La Roux’s return album, Trouble in Paradise, which is due in July. Listen to song below: Read the rest of this entry
I just heard/watched “Sheezus”, and I wait can’t for Lily Allen’s comeback album next month, which is named after the song. Sure “Hard Out Here” is a catchy tune, but with Allen poking fun at Kanye’s Yeezus alter ego and then name dropping Rihanna, Katy Perry, Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Lorde, she has created a number that you have to listen to: Read the rest of this entry
I kind of wish Lana Del Rey pulled a Beyonce with this track. After debuting “West Coast” (which was announced as the lead single of Ultraviolence earlier this month when “Meet Me in the Pale Moonlight” leaked) while at Coachella this weekend, Lana’s released the official audio for the new track that we’re all going to have on repeat this spring and summer. The song is in typical Lana fashion, with sultry vocals and a moody track, but also has a little soft rock edge. Listen below: Read the rest of this entry