An unfortunate epidemic that plagues the modern world has been the growing trend of individuals who contain ignorance within themselves that ultimately forestalls their ability to accept who they really are.
Category: Arts and Entertainment
Local filmmaker Michael Tukes orchestrated the Tukes Art Expo in his hometown of Moreno Valley on May 21, showcasing various talents from the Inland Empire and attracting a massive turnout of 150 people.
Brotherhood, baseball and beer— and women, don’t forget the women.
Music-goers flocked to Indio, Calif. over the weekend of April 15 to attend the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
by Treva Flores “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” oversteps boundaries in season two which premiered April 16. Season one started off with the freedom of the “Indiana mole women” who had been kept underground for 15 years of their life by a lunatic pastor who told them the world had ended. After a ridiculous start to a ridiculous
Prince, the singer/songwriter behind the iconic hits “Purple Rain,” and “When Doves Cry” has died. He was 57-years old.
The greatest movie announcement since “Star Wars Episode VII” was made March 15 by Disney to bring back the adventurous “Indiana Jones.”
Cheesy graphics, a futuristic environment, another new villain and yet another cliffhanger-ending is what to expect when seeing “The Divergent Series: Allegiant.”
Fans dressed head to toe in black clothing, leopard print coats, and dark makeup filled the Dolby Theater March 20 for the closing night of Paleyfest to honor “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
Wizards and witches of all ages can now come together to experience the realistic, jaw dropping Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood.