The “western tunes and African beats” born and raised in the roaring twenties have created the worldly mix that now defines typical American jazz, encapsulated in the works of Dave Brubeck and Wynton Marsalis, among a myriad of others.
Actress and comedian Amy Schumer is not shy in expressing her opinions on body image. Her new movie, “I Feel Pretty,” set to release April 20, makes fun of the stereotype women often see themselves trying to fit.
Their most recent album, How to Be a Human Being, is full of nostalgic and aesthetic melodies infused with a blend of 80’s funk and melodrama. The album cover depicts eleven people with (presumably) unique backgrounds told by each of the eleven tracks in the album. Although some tracks blend into others, each mirrors a different person’s story.
The Vietnamese dining destination flaunts a casual ambience and excellent food, though it’s named for its signature pho, a Vietnamese noodle soup made with broth, vegetables, herbs and usually some type of meat, typically left to cook for six hours.
Over 40 thespians from all grades traveled to Tampa, Florida for the annual State Thespian convention to participate in acting workshops, view the shows put on by other districts and perform themselves.