The Richest People In The World

“Money can’t buy happiness, but neither can poverty” – Leo Rosten (German humorist) Who are the top ten richest people in the world? Often, determining who is on the list is a matter of whether stock markets have opened up or someone has had an overnight investment that augmented quickly. Yes, money makes the world


Review: Crookers, La Muerte at the Los Angeles Exchange

Some of us can’t afford a tumultuous trip to Miami for the week dedicated to EDM club parties, or it’s massive Ultra Music Festival. Luckily, we Angelenos have our awesome clubs to suffice. While almost every established Electronic artist stayed in Miami this past week, Italian DJ and legend in the making Crookers came back

Live Review: Gang of Four Live At El Rey, March 24

It’s a Tuesday night, March 25th 2015 to be exact. All the shops and museums along Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile District of the great city of Los Angeles are closed. Cal-Trans is hard at work accomplishing some task that entails tearing up and repaving the asphalt between La Brea and La Cienega, people


Beatport Enters Mobile Streaming With New Apps

Beatport, an SFX Entertainment company and the trusted home of the global dance music community, released a mobile app for iOS and Android devices today that will allow fans of electronic music to take all the features of the new Beatport experience with them on the go. “The evolution of Beatport involves far more than

John Boorman on Queen and Country and Alter Egos

John Boorman’s beloved 1987 World War II film Hope and Glory was based on his own experiences as a young boy in London. His alter ego Bill Rohan’s most memorable scene was shouting for joy when Hitler bombs his school, ensuring time off. Now flash forward to 1952 where Boorman picks up Bill’s life as

Recap: FX’s Justified: Crossing The Point of No Return

Review/Recap of FX’s Justified: Crossing The Point of No Return Episode 610 “Trust” Written by Benjamin Cavell Directed by Alan Arkin Tonight’s episode, “Trust” could have easily been called the “Grand Guignol,” (a dramatic moment of horrifying nature) because to many longtime fans, the most feared event happened. Ava Crowder (Joelle Carter) called an audible

Magali Simard on the Human Rights Watch Film Festival

The 12th annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival unveils eight films at Lightbox which will provoke, anger and make us think. Its focus is international human rights abuses and those who fight them through the powerful medium of documentary films. Canada, Indonesia, Sudan, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Palestine, Guatemala, the United States and Hungary are


Top Ten Albums Of 1967

The year 1967 was one of the most influential in all of rock music history. There was a whole new sound, and people started to become one with each other and allow the music to bring them together. A time where war was a huge topic, and a big contributor to the thriving music scene