Review of Backstreet Boys’ In A World Like This

(Photo Credit: Rolling Stone)

Pre-ordering this album back in June was probably one of the best decisions ever. After being teased with their Christmas single, “It’s Christmas Time Again,” during the holidays, excitement for the new Backstreet Boys’ album only grew. Listening to the last album, This Is Us, on a loop for the last two months […]

Review Of Inferno By Dan Brown

(Photo Credit: Doubleday)

(Photo Credit: Doubleday)

“The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis.”

Dan Brown, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Da Vinci Code, is back with yet another blockbuster thriller. Stakes are higher than ever in the fourth installment of the Robert […]

Review Of The King’s Deception By Steve Berry

(Photo Credit: Ballantine Books)

Photo Credit: Ballantine Books

While the United Kingdom celebrates the birth of a new royal heir with blue-dyed fountains and ceremonial multigun salutes, I would like to pay my tribute to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s new born baby (the Duchess gave birth to healthy ‘little Cambridge’, third in line to the throne, […]

Review Of The Ocean At The End Of The Lane By Neil Gaiman

(Photo Credit: William Morrow Books)

(Photo Credit: William Morrow Books)

“Childhood memories are sometimes covered and obscured beneath the things that come later, like childhood toys forgotten at the bottom of a crammed adult closet, but they are never lost for good.” It’s official. I have developed a ‘literary crush’ on Neil Gaiman. He had me at Coraline. […]

Review Of BET’s Being Mary Jane


Besides the grim and superfluous statistic that opened the 90-minute drama, I was absolutely pleased with Tuesday’s premiere of “Being Mary Jane.” BET saw great ratings with adults 18-49 and garnered a whopping 4 million viewers. While the series itself doesn’t actually begin until January of 2014, I must say it was one of […]

Interview With Pop-Rock Singer/Songwriter Howie Day

Howie Day talks about his early shows and songwriting career. (Photo Credit: Meera Rajagopalan)

It’s been more than a decade since singer/songwriter Howie Day released his self-funded debut album, “Australia,” and became a full-time traveling musician. Determined to make it as an artist, Day spent many years on the road showcasing his vocal and songwriting talents. In one year, he performed 297 shows, gaining exposure that would eventually […]

JJ Lawhorn: An Original Good Ol’ Boy

JJ Lawhorn

JJ Lawhorn‘s first album is being released at the perfect time.

Country music is on the rise, girls are finally getting over Justin Bieber, and the summer (AKA barbecue season) increases the demand for casual country jams like the ones found on Original Good Ol’ Boy.

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Review Of Staged By Ruby Preston

(Photo Credit: Dress Circle Publishing)

Photo Credit: Dress Circle Publishing

When an award-winning Broadway producer such as Ruby Preston decides to enter the literary arena with a series of chick lit novels revolving around a young producer and the lengths she has to go in order to bring her first musical to the stage, you can be sure […]

Review of Kanye West’s Yeezus

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It has been painfully clear for a decade now that Kanye West‘s biggest fan is, in fact, Kanye West. His antics have led some cultural commentators to speculate he’s the world’s greatest entertainer. With his life under its new Kardashian-like spell and scrutiny, how does the music hold up?

It’s […]

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