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Laughter is the Best Medicine.

Hello again friends! In this post, I want to talk about something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately.

This post is going to be about The Tenderloins, the comedy troupe that most people know as the “Impractical Jokers” from the TruTV show. 685 more words

James Murray: To the Top of the Food Chain

Although I have not done a comprehensive review of the subject, I am confident in stating that although many of the first air mail pilots served in the Army Air Corps during World War I, most did not make it overseas. 402 more words

Nstasia teams with Mojam Music for new collaboration

American singer/songwriter Ashley “Nastasia” Griffin, known mononymously as NSTASIA, has teamed up with Mustafa Omer and James Omer of Mojam Music for a new collaboration. 149 more words

Collaborations

James Murray ~ Heavenly Waters

Water is a long standing theme in ambient music. From Michael Hoenig & Manuel Göttsching’s Early Water to William Basinski’s Water Music I & II, the concept of water—as an agent of movement and stasis—parallels that of the pure, fluid makeup of the best understated experimental composition. 316 more words

Richard Allen

Impractical Jokers 'Where's Larry' Tour

Earlier this year I had the joy of getting to see my favourite comedians live on stage and they did not disappoint. So much so that when they announced that they would be coming back to the UK in October my friend Beth and I turned each other and instantly knew we would be getting tickets again, and after 10 months of months of waiting the day finally came that we would get to see them for the second time! 563 more words

Tom Walker premieres music video for new single "Heartland"

Tom Walker has premiered the music video for his new single online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the visual clip for “Heartland” to his Vevo channel on Thursday (September 21, 2017). 141 more words

Sony Music Entertainment

152. The Crowd

★★★½

I have a fallacy for how I perceive movies made before 1960. Any movie I’ve watched that was released prior to then I had always thought of as a bit more goofy, movies admirable in their attempts to be art, but fell a few stones away from being actual art just because they didn’t have the tools that the great, “new Hollywood” filmmakers had decades later. 338 more words