Monday, January 21

Putting Garth Brooks in his place: history

Putting Garth Brooks in his place: history College students, as open minded as they often think they are, frequently hold prejudices against "mainstream" artists. When an artist has achieved a considerable amount of commercial success, young people often suspect it has something to do with shallow pandering, of stooping to the lowest common denominator, as if making money for creating music is a great evil. Read more...


MINISTRY OF ILLUSION

MINISTRY OF ILLUSION In 1933, Joseph Goebbels, Reich minister for national enlightenment, controlled one of the most powerful vehicles of the time for mass indoctrination ­ the cinema. Read more...


Offspring delivers major smash to listeners, Epitaph

Offspring delivers major smash to listeners, Epitaph By Michael Nazarinia By now you’ve probably heard of the song that beckons you to "keep ‘em separated." The Offspring, the Huntington Beach band that has sold over three million copies of their new album, Smash, has been on a roll and atop the Billboard charts ever since KROQ 106.7 put the song into rotation over seven months ago. Read more...




‘Wind’ weaves relation between nature, life

‘Wind’ weaves relation between nature, life Performance team Eiko and Koma appear at Schoenberg Hall tonight By Rebecca Zell In the late 1960s, two Japanese university students followed the credo of the times and dropped out of school to express themselves. Read more...


‘Fuck the audience!’

‘Fuck the audience!’ Independent filmmakers aren’t about pleasing mainstream audiences with compromises and formulas. Guerrilla moviedom means vision, dedication and passion. The announcement of this year’s nominations for independent film awards reflects that this spirit is alive and well. Read more...