"Full House" has forever held a special place in my heart.
Before Kanye West frantically announced to the "Saturday Night Live" audience on Feb. 13 that his seventh studio album, “The Life of Pablo,” was streaming on Tidal, the highly anticipated and repeatedly delayed album had undergone three name changes, accompanied several trademark Kanye Twitter rants and expanded and contracted to meet Ye’s whim.
Unless you live under a rock or have an actual life, you would know that Kendall and Kylie Jenner released an app late last week.
The sky may be gray, but your music doesn't have to be.
San Francisco-based alternative rock band Finish Ticket mesmerized the sold-out crowd at Chapel Hill’s Local 506 Saturday night with their powerful sound and stage presence. They went from playing locally in the Bay Area to co-headlining a tour with Vinyl Theatre. Lead singer Brendan Hoye spoke with staff writer Paige Connelly to talk about the band's evolution, musical influences and touring.
They say not to judge a book by its cover, but Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear” looks like a piece of art, and reads like one too.
If you're like me, you have no idea what is going on when people talk about Bach and Beethoven and symphonies and numbers.