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Before getting his vanity plate, Robert Heppler and his friends would send photos in their group chat of nifty plates they had seen around town. It got him thinking about what he would say. “You want to wow the world,” he said. “You want to be shocking. You want to be sensational. He considered, then …

Live music stopped in the Capital Region in March 2020 and although few artists were able to perform in local venues for the remainder of the year, many were recording and broadcasting. online broadcasts. Capital Region organizers Thomas Edison Music Awards announced this year’s nominees with a list of existing and new categories influenced by …

The University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) presents the black comedy “Heathers: The Musical”, based on the 1988 film which has become a cult favorite. Dramatic Dean Scott Zigler, Assistant Dean Krisha Marcano and on-stage combat instructor Kelly Martin Mann co-direct the fourth, third and second year cast in the campy musical …

Making documentaries about their favorite bands becomes a bit of a rite of passage for successful directors. Ron Howard took over The Beatles (with Peter Jackson’s Get Back series on the way), Shane Meadows explored The Stone Roses, and this year Edgar Wright shared his love for Sparks. This week, director Todd Haynes (Carol, Dark …

Even completely deaf people can probably hum Danny Elfman’s now iconic “Batman” theme. The same goes for John Williams’ heroic theme for “Superman”. They are sullen, fast-paced soundscapes that instantly summon a mood. Elfman’s eerie gothic tones pair perfectly with Tim Burton’s dark visuals, and Williams’ triumphant melody makes us believe a man can fly. …

For musicians as famous, almost mythically influential as The Velvet Underground – as the saying goes, hardly anyone bought their records, but everyone who did created a band – it would have been easy for a documentary to ‘take a historically revisionist approach to’ 60s art. rock icons stacking the bridge with glowing testimonies from …

IT IS DIFFICULT FOR the collectives not to lead with politics, even when their missions are not explicitly political. The word “collective”, after all, arrives prepoliticized, with the presumption of a leftist, even radical, bent. Apart from the arts, it is in the context of communism that we find the most commonly used “collective” as …

Donny Pangilinan Donny Pangilinan started October with a big surprise to his supportive fans as he released his single “Wings”. With confidence and love come hope and comfort. In this song, Donny promises a better life and gives hope to someone who can’t seem to see better days ahead. It’s a song of hope that …

Megan Fox has had a pretty fashionable fall, to say the least. From her super sheer gown at the MTV Video Music Awards to her Bettie bangs and fiery crisscross ensemble at the Met Gala, she delivered some of the season’s most memorable moments in style and beauty. And she hasn’t finished yet. October 8, …

Sarah Perrotta The graceful and dramatic artistic song of Sarah Perrotta, a native of Mid-Hudson, has always struck me as a variation of progressive rock. This is true of both his impending new release – the magnificent and defining career of his career. From blue to gold – and his first work with the art-pop …