Oh, Magic Conch, how should I put off getting anything done over break? By watching “Spongebob Squarepants,” of course. Winter Break is the perfect time to turn on a few episodes, eat some Spongebob character-shaped Kraft Macaroni (still the best mac and cheese I’ve ever had) and relive your childhood. If the folks of Bikini Bottom weren’t a part of your elementary school years, it’s never too late to start and finally see what the hoopla is about.
Winter break — the perfect way to spend oodles amount of time with family, high school friends you wanted to avoid and your pets. While it’s nice to have a solid month to relax and deal with zero academic responsibilities, sometimes the endless hours of watching Netflix and eating cookies makes for a boring week (or weeks). If you are tired of the seemingly endless pit of free time and want some pump up music to dance to or want to tune out your annoying cousins — this playlist is sure to suite your needs.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, leaving us all with tighter fitting pants and a solid month of Christmas music everywhere you go. Despite being a huge enthusiast of everything Christmas, I have to admit that hearing the same Michael Buble song over and over again can make you feel a little less than jolly (“Santa buddy”? Really?). What Christmas music needs is some more variety.
The touring life is an unforgiving one for upstart bands attempting to make an impression in music scenes that still reward blood, sweat and tears over the ability to produce formulaic hit singles. There is a sharp disparity between the luxury of Beyonce and Bieber’s deluxe touring buses and the harsh reality of a four person band, their crew and gear trekking across the states in a tightly packed rented van. When confined to this standard of living, a five-week tour often seems an eternity.
I’ve seen a lot of "Pride and Prejudice" in my day. I’ve read the book, watched the movies, and persevered through far too many horrible adaptations.
Most people are counting down the days until Christmas break, but I am counting down the days until ABC's 25 days of Christmas starts.
This week, the Dixie Chicks released dates for their “DCX MMXVI” tour in the United States after a long hiatus. Typing that gave me chills!
For those of you who don’t already know — and haven’t already spent the past week or so plugged into your Pip Boys — Bethesda recently launched the latest in their post-apocalyptic line of video games; the long-awaited Fallout 4.
It’s hard being a fangirl. Not only do you know so much about people you will most likely never meet, you’re also wildly defensive about those people and are always ready to read anyone who doesn’t understand why they’re famous. It’s even harder to be apart of two conflicting fandoms. Therefore, Nov.13 was a hard day for Beliebers and Directioners.
Five years ago, Justin Bieber and One Direction came out as the biggest teen pop sensations and stole the world’s hearts. However, as the time has passed both have matured into completely new entities, and that’s reflected in their newest music.
At popular music bar Local 506, newcomers DNCE took the stage only to leave the fans absolutely speechless within seconds.
Aside from becoming an astronaut/actress/unicorn, my childhood self had only one dream: playing music.
The latest Star Wars movie hits theaters next month, and people everywhere are freaking out.