With a giant fluffy coat, her signature style of dress and the voice of a star Kimbra took Womad by storm. The New Zealand songstress bounced on stage in New Plymouth last night and gave the crowd of thousands a performance that was energetic, theatrical and just a little bit quirky, as one would expect from Kimbra
What: A$AP Rocky When: Tuesday, June 25 Where: Logan Campbell Center, Auckland This being the first international “hip hop” artist I’ve seen live, I went in not knowing what to expect. A crowd of surprisingly diverse Asap Rocky fans poured into the venue in their shiny garb and baggy pants and seemed oddly content with the DJ opening the act
The New Jersey mob saga The Sopranos was listed as the best-written US TV series above comedy show Seinfeld in a list compiled by the Writers Guild of America. The guild, which represents writers in the motion picture, broadcast, cable and new media industries, released its ranking of the 101 best-written TV shows based on a poll of its members, with comedies and dramatic series evenly represented in the top 10
Tahuna Breaks have got the dancing plague.
In Hollywood, they say, any bureaucrat can give the thumbs-down to a film proposal, but the ones with real clout are those who can flash a thumbs-up and make it happen. That power used to be the exclusive preserve of the studio moguls.
In New York City, where they never roll up the sidewalks, illegal social clubs are a long tradition.
There are few finer views of the new India than from the cliff-top terrace of manufacturing magnates Parmeshwar and Adi Godrej. At night on the horizon, like a diamond necklace, streetlights trace a shoreline curve past the high-rise bank offices and apartment blocks of downtown Bombay, skirt the bars, gyms and boutiques of Marine Drive, and encircle Chowpatty Beach, ending in the rocky surf below
LCD Soundsystem knows how to throw a party. The dance rock brainchild of 41-year-old James Murphy has been shaking things up for over 10 years, first in the form of house parties 9:13 p.m.
More than 37 million people visit Las Vegas each year for its glitz, glamour and lure of hitting a jackpot.
He felt lonely, said he hadn’t had a girlfriend since 1984.