Rising young actor, Jake T. Austin, best known for his roles on Wizards of Waverly Place and The Fosters, stars as Grantham Portnoy, a troubled teen with blue hair and emo make-up, who ends up in a detention facility. At the facility, he meets Rose Price (Marla Gibbs), an elderly woman who works there with an unknown title.
Rose takes an interest in Grantham’s well-being and begins to mentor him before breaking him loose from the detention facility to take a road trip in her flower decorated car. [Read the full review…]
What do you get when you have two veteran pop stars teaming up on stage? A show that’s one part boy band, one part Broadway, a dozen pelvic thrusts, and plenty of seasoning! Read on for a full review with plenty of photos of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter and New Kid Jordan Knight doing their thing.
While I worked in Bradenton, I lived on Anna Maria Island. On my days off, especially Sundays, I wanted a café to sit, relax, write or read in, without having to go off the island. Well, that leaves me 2 whole options for coffee shops! I will tell you about both.
Meet Jonah Nilsson (vocals/keyboards), Henrik Linder (bass), and Aron Mellergardh (drums), aka the Dirty Loops. This Swedish trio started out as a cover band on YouTube, and after being discovered by producer Andreas Carlsson (Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood), have blown up huge in Japan; their debut single “Hit Me” went to #1 there, beating out Pharrell’s “Happy” and Idina Menzel’s “Let It Go”. They will be spreading their explosive pop/rock/dance music to Europe and the U.S. with the release of their debut album Loopified on August 19th.
Halle Berry was nominated for a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Frankie, along with her other 2 personalities — Alice, a Southern white racist trying to take over for Frankie, and Genius, an intellectual child wanting to protect her. Read Half Full’s review of “Frankie & Alice”…