Kam On Film: ‘Snatched,’ ‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword,’ and What’s New in Theaters

Snatched

20th Century Fox / Chernin Entertainment

Rated R for sexuality, brief nudity, pervasive profanity and crude humor

Schumer And Hawn Share Vacation From Hell In Hilarious Farce

Emily Middleton (Amy Schumer) is just having one of those days. First, she’s fired from her sales job in a boutique for …

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Reality Check: Donald Trump: Stupid, Guilty Or Both?

The firing of FBI Director James Comey confirms two things: the president of the United States is probably guilty and most definitely stupid.

There is no other explanation for this maneuver; its timing, its politics, its optics, its reflection of the current investigation into his campaign’s role in Russia’s meddling …

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An Interview with Amandla Stenberg: The ‘Everything, Everything’ Interview

Amandla Stenberg first gained recognition for her role as Rue in The Hunger Games, alongside Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson. After the success of that film, Amandla earned the 2012 Teen Choice Award with Jennifer for Best Film Chemistry. She was also nominated for NAACP Image and Black

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Enter Sandman: How Mastodon Turned Tragedy Into Triumph On New Album

In the end, we are all victims of time.

Mastodon’s latest full-length record, Emperor of Sand, is a concept album exploring themes of mortality and how people’s lives are limited by time and illness.

Lyrically, the album tells the story of a man sentenced to die in the desert, …

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An Interview With Don Jamieson: Don Jamieson Has A Communication Breakdown With His New Cd

One of my favorite people to interview is a person that I actually call a friend. I’m talking about comedian and former That Metal Show co-host, Don Jamieson. I was introduced to Don by my old guitar player Dennis Kimak and my late friend (R.I.P.) Andrew Gilardi when Don was …

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An Interview With Unsigned Band Of The Month, The Stolen: Euphoric Thoughts

For many years, The Stolen has been a band name that the Tri-State Area, and even further, has been very familiar with. The New Jersey quartet made up of Dom Cuce, brothers Mike and Rob Chiarappa, and Kevin Smart have been touring and constantly putting out new music while always …

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Shoreworld: Peter Prasa – Poets & Heroes

If you asked Peter Prasa about his place in the world, he’d probably say he wasn’t born for these times. But everyone he’s touched is grateful for his experienced life views and his musical works. Peter Prasa is a singer-songwriter that plays all the instruments in the studio. And while …

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Rant’n’Roll: Alternative Americana, The Return Of The Prodigal Son, Prog-Blues, Samba, Banjo Deluxe, The Hook & The Almighty Ju

Tolerance Ends Love Begins, the self-released third CD by North Carolina indie co-operative Pinkerton Raid, is a family affair. Eleven musicians—on synthesizers, Hammond B-3, trombone, trumpet, drums, banjo, acoustic/electric guitars and vocals—accent the songs of three talented siblings. Jesse and Katie Deconto are the twin lead vocalists while …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Coco Montoya, Sheryl Crow, Twin Forks, and More

Coco Montoya/B.B. King Blues Club & Grill/April 18, 2017

Coco Montoya, born Henry Montoya in Santa Monica, California, began playing drums at age 11 and guitar at age 13. As a young adult, he played drums in local bands until he was recruited into Albert Collins’ blues band in the …

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North Jersey Notes: The Cringe, Downshallow, Seas Of Wake, and More

THE CRINGE—New York City

Sometimes these sponsored posts on Facebook actually work. Otherwise, I may have never stumbled across the band The Cringe from New York City. These guys are cool as hell! I’ve heard their song “Anything You Say” on SiriusXM and didn’t realize it was them until just …

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