Tag: Entertainment
May 28th, 2011

Not feeling all of this Odd Future buzz? Yeah, me neither. This guy, on the other hand, is awesome. Here’s the single from Ghostpoet‘s (aka Obaro Ejimiwe) debut album, Peanut Butter Blues and Melancholy Jam. Cool name, right? You can find the rest of the album streaming on the BBC’s website, here.

Airdate: May 27, 2011

Award-winning actor talks about his latest film projects, including the ensemble film Midnight in Paris and the drama Beautiful Boy.

Airdate: June 7, 2011

Emmy-winning actor-director-writer talks about his star turn in the Showtime series Shameless.

Airdate: May 23, 2011

Grammy-winning triple-threat artist talks about his latest projects, and performs a track from his new CD, “I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive.”

May 15th, 2011

If you weren’t one of the 125 million people who tuned into the Eurovision Song Contest this weekend — the annual celebration of song, dance and foppery that maintains the word “Euro” as a disparaging adjective — you’re probably dying to know who won. Perhaps it won’t come as much of a surprise (I, for [...]

Airdate: May 20, 2011

Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician explains the impact of classical music on his work and talks about his new CD, “Destroyed,” (his 10th studio album) and his photography book of the same name.

Airdate: May 19, 2011

Grammy-winning R&B artist discusses his new CD, “The Masterpiece”—his first solo effort in 13 years.

Airdate: May 17, 2011

Lost star compares his previous role to his new one in the CBS freshman hit Hawaii Five-0.

Airdate: May 17, 2011

Multiple Grammy winner talks about her new project with the Siss Boom Bang band, the critically acclaimed “Sing it Loud.”

May 10th, 2011

I can always rely upon The Criterion Collection to consistently release great films I’ve never heard of, from things like the bizarre and hilarious series Fishing With John to the dark and disturbing Fat Girl. The latter, which came out on DVD earlier this month, is one of the strangest, most shocking and thought-provoking films [...]