Perhaps the most surprising thing about Chasing Cameron isn’t the pranks or the crazy fan encounters, but how utterly undone the show’s star Cameron Dallas becomes by the end of his European Magcon tour. Continue reading Cameron Dallas releases “Chasing Cameron” – a reality show with a bite
One of my favorite groups to make it out of 2015 was Dumblonde, the duo formed by Aubrey O’Day and Shannen Bex. The group rose from … Continue reading Dumblonde release remix EP!
Audiences who attended Newsies Tuesday night at the Orpheum were hyped and ready. Unlike four years ago, when the show first opened at New Jersey’s Paper Mill Playhouse, the show’s acclaim has far preceded it. The Broadway version garnered a Tony nomination … Continue reading ‘Newsies’ makes for a solid opening night in Memphis
The YouTube series began in June and has quickly become my favorite breakfast show. Continue reading BYOC: Bring your own cereal for Cereal Time every morning
A 21st century Cinderella that is charming, politically thoughtful and awkward to watch. Continue reading Snark and wit abound in opening night of ‘Cinderella’
Ricky finds the beat and a marching band. All in under four minutes! Continue reading WORLD PREMIERE: Ricky Dillon gets into the groove with the new video for ‘BEAT’
The pop prince releases a video that is less “Grind on Me” and more “Parks and Rec.” Continue reading Watch Austin Mahone do some Dirty Work in his new music video
Motown: The Musical is more than a Broadway show: it’s the equivalent of a highly-energetic concert or music video played out in real time. With it’s moving set pieces, constant bright colors and brilliant use of actors breaking the fourth … Continue reading Motown: The Musical closes a strong season for the Orpheum
In this O.P. I implore you to buy the Duff’s newest album: easily one of the best pop LP’s of the summer and worth your hard earned cash. Continue reading If you are a decent human being who loves pop music, you’ll buy Hilary Duff’s new album
Amy Schumer is the best kind of comedian. She looks like Hilary Duff or like someone who would love horses, but when she opens her mouth she slaps you right across the face with her wit. Amy is highly in-tune with current issues facing women and she writes comedy that is both hilarious and terribly uncomfortable to watch.
Last week I was at my friend’s house mourning the loss of a playoff game (YES I LIKE SPORTS), when we decided to watch Inside Amy Schumer. It had been a while since I had caught up with the show, and even though the episodes I had seen were funny, I was wholly unprepared for how socially aware season three has become. It began with Football Town Nights. In the skit Amy plays the wife of a coach who bans the football team from rape and the town explodes in outrage. “Hey you’re that new coach who don’t like rapin'” one elderly woman yells at the coach in his driveway before spitting on his property. “How are our boys supposed to blow off steam if they lose!?” In another skit, “Milk Milk Lemonade” Amy parodies our newest obsession: ass. “This is where our poop comes out,” she raps. “This is what you think is hot!”