A preview playlist of The Ponderers live broadcast on 105.5FM Lumpen Radio, taking place Monday, January 8, 2018 from 6-8PM (CST).
By Gozamos on January 8, 2018
SXSW Conference programming is organized into 24 Tracks divided between Interactive, Film, Music, and Convergence, presented in a variety of session formats.
I’ve always possessed an eclectic taste in music, and this year is no different. Happy New Year to you and yours. Please enjoy my new year’s rockin’ list, and be sure to let me know what I’ve missed. Peace and much love…
By Sandra A. Trevino on December 22, 2017
This month marks the second anniversary of 1840 Creative in Chicago, “a custom woodworking and steel fabrication business that designs and handcrafts quality custom, industrial, and modern-industrial furniture.”
By Señor Lebowski on December 18, 2017
Saturday, December 9 Matisyahu, Common Kings and Orphan gave an incredible performance at Concord Music Hall in Chicago. As part of “The Broken Crowns” tour, taking these three acts throughout most of the United States, with a stop in Vancouver, Canada we were treated to a pretty dope fusion of reggae and hip hop like […]
By Gozamos on December 15, 2017
Peligrosa! Celebrating 10 years of puro pinche pari with this just-in-time-for-the-holiday-parties compilation. #ppp
When the end credits for Star Wars: The Last Jedi started to roll, I turned to a good friend and colleague and asked her, “Could we ask the projectionist to play it again?”. I could not stop grinning throughout the film, even during its most somber moments. It was the smile of that young kid […]
By Gozamos on December 14, 2017
Whether trying to survive 45s first year in office, or just trying to get through this thing called life, this playlist is as diverse as our team and covers genres from Latin alternative and folk to hip-hop and gospel vibes.
By Toma Lynn Smith on December 12, 2017
A review of The Disaster Artist starring James Franco.
How would one categorize Guillermo del Toro’s marvelous, entrancing, delicate and sometimes dark new film The Shape of Water? As an adult fairy tale? Well, all fairy tales were written and told by adults for an adult audience before they were bowdlerized by the Grimm Brothers and Walt Disney. As his most personal film? Hell, […]
By Señor Lebowski on December 6, 2017
On Saturday , Dec. 9, React Presents: The Broken Crowns Tour featuring Matisyahu, Common Kings and Orphan at Concord Music Hall.
Aguijón Theater opens its 28th season with Death and the Maiden