//ALL HAIL THE KINGS OF SKETCH COMEDY W/ BOB & DAVID ON NETFLIX//
"Cockrings, cockrings, cockrings," flying British infomercial hosts, Jeepers Creepers -Semi Star: The Musical, a guy with the best taint in the business, and the best monologue for aspiring actors, all came from the minds of Bob Odenkirk and David Cross for their seminal HBO series, Mr Show With Bob and David. The show lasted four seasons in the mid 90's. The release of the series on DVD years later brought a whole new crop of college stoner eyes to their genius. And they're back! W/ Bob & David reunites the majority of the original cast for 5 episodes.
W/ Bob & David streams all episodes on Netflix November 13.
//GET BACK TOGETHER WITH ADELE WHEN SHE DROPS HER NEW ALBUM 25//
And Adele is back, too! After four years of anticipation, she has announced that her next album will be a "make-up" record where she gets back in touch with herself. Breaks happen, but humanity didn't miss a beat. Adele's single "Hello" immediately shot to number one on the Billboard charts.
//ANGELINA DIRECTS AND BRANGELINA STAR TOGETHER IN ART HOUSE FILM BY THE SEA//
Brad. Angelina. South of France. 'nuff said. Jolie tells sources that the films is really about resultant grief caused by her mother's death, and, subsequently, the trauma caused by her own recent mastectomy. Heavy feels, Miss Jolie. Negative reviews have already washed up on Internet shores, most citing the film's tedious pace and needless self-aggrandizement. Perhaps this is a film beyond "film," instead becoming an object representing the real experience surrounding its painful creation.
//OH BOY! IT'S KATE BOY!//
Swedish electro-pop sensation Kate Boy are heading to town, and are currently in the midst of their US tour, performing in L.A. this Saturday at Bootleg Bar, before heading back across the Atlantic for the European leg of their tour. They just launched their new album One, and are bound to bring a lot of energy and some pretty fab costumes to their performances.
//OH MY GOD THE COLORS! FRANK STELLA: A RETROSPECTIVE//
Frank Stella's artwork has taken over the fifth and largest exhibition floor of the new Whitney Museum of American Art. On display will be 120 pieces of work dated all the way back to the mid 1950s. New York Times states, "Mr. Stella has done more than any other living artist to carry abstract art, the house style of modernism, into the postmodern era." The NY exhibition is from Oct 30, 2015- Feb 7,2015.
//MoMA MIA! PICASSO SCULPTURES NOW ON DISPLAY//
MoMA will feature more than 100 sculptures of Picasso, who is of Spanish descent i.e. not from a country where one might say mama mia!. Good news! Even if your choice of pun is laughable, you can see this rare exhibition. It will be open to the public through February 7, 2016.
//ALESSIA CARA MOVES BEYOND YOUTUBE AND RELEASES HER FIRST FULL-LENGTH KNOW-IT-ALL //
Alessia Cara is ready to be more than a YouTube sensation. She dropped her LP and her first single “Here" has already garnered more than 500,000 streams in its first week to hit number one on Spotify. Well played.
Contributors: Jon-Barrett Ingels, Marissa Torrejon, and Brandon Tom