Something I loved about the Red Hot Chili Peppers is how they introduced the alternative/ funk music genre during the 1990s. That genre was something that stood out.
A captivated audience got the chance to watch the powerful documentary Trust: Second Acts in Young Lives on Sept. 12 at Pollak Theatre and had the chance to hear from the director herself, Nancy Kelly, as part of “On Screen, In Person.”
With films like Thor and Bridesmaids coming out on DVD/Blu-Ray, it’s like the summer movie season is happening all over again. Based on what was viewed, here are my top and bottom five summer 2011 films.
The “WILD” Nature Photography exhibit offers visitors a glimpse into some of the most intimate moments of wild creatures, including polar bears, grizzlies, birds of prey, and much more. The exhibition, curated by photographer and New Jersey resident Eric Sambol, will be on display in Pollak Gallery until Friday Sept. 30. The gallery is open Monday through Friday 9 am to 7 pm, and is free and open to the public.
The MAC became punkrock central on July 30 as All Time Low’s (ATL) Gimme Summe Ya Love tour came to the University.
This year, the music world experienced the loss of two well accomplished musicians with the passing of Clarence Clemons and Amy Winehouse.
Summer is always a beautiful time of the year. The weather is warm, people go on vacations, and it is also the best time of the year for concerts. This summer, several great concert tours came to the tristate area.
While this summer was hot, the MAC had its own heat wave as rappers Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean, and Chevy Woods generated some sizzling beats to a sold-out crowd.