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  • Jon Bibbs, singer and Newport News resident, to salute Sam Cooke with show in Norfolk

    Jon Bibbs, singer and Newport News resident, to salute Sam Cooke with show in Norfolk
    You've got to hand it to him. Jon Bibbs is an ambitious guy. The gifted singer and former Hampton University student is launching a tour that salutes greats of soul music: Sam Cooke, James Brown, Ray Charles and Marvin Gaye. “These men are larger...
  • Cosplay gets reality TV treatment in Syfy’s ‘Heroes of Cosplay’

     
    Cosplayers are hoping that a new reality show will shine a light on their creative, if quirky, endeavors. “Heroes of […]...
  • ‘World’s End’: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Edgar Wright on comedy, Ant-Man

     
    There’s a pub in North London called the World’s End that sits across from the Camden Town tube station. Luminaries, […]...
  • Modern Dads: A&E series showcases the life of stay-at-home fathers

     
    Normally when I put in a screener for a new series, my attitude is somewhere between unbridled enthusiasm (your Sons of Anarchy, Longmire) to weary skepticism (anything CW). But with Modern Dads, it bordered on outright fear. We all have our sensitive...
  • Fall 2013 New Shows – Comedies, Dramas, Reality, Movies & More

     
    Your complete list of fall 2013 new shows! Fall 2013 is nearly upon us already, and with it comes the annual flood of new series, with hope springing eternal for their success among networks, and any fans who they might gather. As with most years, Fall...
  • Preview: “Ghost Shark” on Syfy

     
    For Syfy, this summer has been the Summer of Sharknado, with that particular original movie doing bang-up social media business, if not chewing up the ratings right away. There have since been a few re-airs of Sharknado that have picked up viewership, and...
  • FYF 2013: Making space for other kinds of electronic music

    FYF 2013: Making space for other kinds of electronic music
    There’s a difference between “electronic music” and “dance music,” and the FYF Fest has long lived in the spaces between them. Maybe FYF’s bookers don’t have a particular interest in more orthodox dance music...
  • Film Review: 'Closed Circuit'

    Opening a week after Bradley Manning's sentencing in the U.S., where significant portions of the case were held in secret to protect national security, British courtroom thriller "Closed Circuit" challenges the validity of policies that shield key...
  • FYF Fest: The Saturday artists to see, hour by hour

    FYF Fest: The Saturday artists to see, hour by hour
    Over the last decade, the FYF Fest has grown from a scrappy punk-focused event to a sort of mini-version of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Yet even as the two-day FYF draws on Coachella-worthy headliners, books an increasing number of...
  • Locarno Film Review: 'The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears'

    When does an exercise in style become a wearying ADD slog through blood-splattered pseudo-Freudian nonsense? When it's "The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears." Helmer-scripters Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani ("Amer") once again plunge viewers into...
  • Review: G-Dragon, Missy Elliott, EXO and more at KCON 2013

    Review: G-Dragon, Missy Elliott, EXO and more at KCON 2013
    It’s enough of a tout for a young rapper when Missy Elliott, a giant of the genre, jumps onstage to spit bars on your single. It’s extra meaningful when that single isn’t in English. So, South Korean superstar MC G-Dragon probably woke...