Rapper The Game returns as vicious as ever in throwback form to his West Coast predecessors in his third album “LAX”.
Straight out of Compton, the former Washington State baasketball player is back on the mic in an attempt to dominate the gangsta’ rap genre and solidify his seat among the ranks of Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Tupac and the like on what could be his last album. Continue reading “LAX” brings classic West Coast music feel Los Angeles rapper succeeds with hip-hop tracks
Christopher Paolini took the world by storm when he published his first book “Eragon” in 2003.
Paolini had been home-schooled his whole life and graduated from high school at the age of 15. He then proceeded to begin writing the Inheritance cycle.
A short five years later, the first half of the last novel in the trilogy is being released to a multitude of excited fans. Continue reading The journey with magic, destiny and power
With gas prices skyrocketing and the entire country feeling some effects of the current economic recession, this year”‘s sweltering summer months did not have the same feel as they have in years past.
Rather than clearing out the family savings account, many households began to embrace the newly popularized idea of the “Staycation,” choosing to take smaller inexpensive day trips to local attractions, instead of the more exotic destinations that were once staples of the American family vacation. Continue reading Come Party on the Patio
Some of the most memorable moments in life are those where one is left perplexed and amazed at the undeniable ability of a musical artist.
It is hard to explain the phenomenon of music, and even harder to explain the stimulating pieces which captivate people around the globe. Continue reading Mckee brings music, melody to youtube.com
Just like high school boyfriends, television shows come and go.
Occasionally, a television show (or two) will make a comeback and revamp a TV network, enrich it with life and make things a little bit more exciting.
Think “Sex and the City.” Continue reading Beverly Hills is back!
If a person living in today”‘s American society were to travel 14 years into the past, the experience would be best comparable to an astronaut voyaging to a far-off alien planet.
There was a Clinton in the White House, the country’s economy was coming out of a recession rather than entering into one, and the only war in Iraq to date was the short-lived Gulf War a few years prior. Continue reading The beat goes on with revitalized Blues Traveler music