Pussy Riot & Dorian Electra – The Black Cat – Washington, DC – May 23, 2018 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Pussy Riot & Dorian Electra – The Black Cat – Washington, DC – May 23, 2018 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Pussy Riot & Dorian Electra – The Black Cat – Washington, DC – May 23, 2018 One of the key moments of contemporary artistic disruption that is widely known about occurred in February 2012 when Pussy Riot staged a guerilla performance in a Moscow church. The startling moment led to various band members disappearing, jail … Continue reading

New Chefs on the Block (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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New Chefs on the Block (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

NEW CHEFS ON THE BLOCK (2017) Featuring Aaron Silverman, Frank Linn, Michel Richard, Danny Meyer, Mike Isabella, Emily Sprissler and Tim Carman. Directed by Dustin Harrison-Atlas. Distributed by Lateral Lines Productions. 96 minutes. Not Rated. In our food-focused culture, where food-based reality shows have led to entire television networks devoted to the genre, why would … Continue reading

Viggo Mortensen – Acclaimed Actor Gets Oscar Nom Leading Captain Fantastic
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Viggo Mortensen – Acclaimed Actor Gets Oscar Nom Leading Captain Fantastic

Viggo Mortensen Acclaimed Actor Gets Oscar Nom Leading Captain Fantastic by Brad Balfour If anyone could relate to the character of Ben Cash – the focus of filmmaker Matt Ross’s feature Captain Fantastic – it’s Viggo Mortensen. The New York-born actor isn’t far removed, practically and philosophically, from his lead character’s situation as a bohemian … Continue reading

Tommy Chong – Getting America Stoned Again
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Tommy Chong – Getting America Stoned Again

Tommy Chong Getting America Stoned Again by Jay S. Jacobs The year is 2016.  The world is changing in ways that people could have never imagined.  A black man in President of the United States.  Gay marriage is the law of the land.  England has left the European Union.  A reality TV personality with a … Continue reading

Jacob Whitesides – Lovesick and There Ain’t No Cure
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Jacob Whitesides – Lovesick and There Ain’t No Cure

Jacob Whitesides Lovesick and There Ain’t No Cure By Maggie Mitchell How many people can you say that they started their own record company? Well, add Jacob Whitesides to that exclusive list. Whitesides has been climbing the mountain of fame, and hasn’t stopped since we met him. Yet, he’s still the 18-year-old from Tennessee that … Continue reading

Hinds & Goodbye Honolulu – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC – March 10, 2016 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Hinds & Goodbye Honolulu – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC – March 10, 2016 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Hinds & Goodbye Honolulu – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC – March 10, 2016 With a catchy debut LP in Leave Me Alone and an infectious garage rock sound that is as fun and poppy as anything in ages, the Spanish quartet Hinds blew away a sold out Washington, D.C., crowd last Thursday. The four … Continue reading