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Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story is a Love Letter to Louisiana

Per Matt Jazz music can be rock and roll, but it can also include rhythm and blues, funk, gospel and soul. Jazz is all of this and more. As a style, it is all encompassing. Originating within the United States,… Continue Reading →

Boseman’s Final Performance Brings the Blues to Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

Per Matt There’s a saying that you can’t really sing the blues until you have actually experienced the blues. All of the pain, the anguish, the suffering will then flow right into your music. And yet, there’s happiness in there,… Continue Reading →

February is for Frights: Celebrating Women in Horror Month

February is Women in Horror Month, a time of year where we recognize and celebrate the ever-growing contributions of women in the horror entertainment industry and in horror culture. Like any industry, horror has largely been a boys club for… Continue Reading →

Woodshock is as Boring as it is Pretty

I watched the opening credits to Woodshock with high hopes, thinking that maybe the Mulleavy sisters of Rodarte would find as much success infusing their artistic sensibilities in a film as Tom Ford found in A Single Man and Nocturnal Animals. If they… Continue Reading →

The Painted Pin Ups Interview: Mayven Missbehavin

Per Matt Mayven Missbehavin knows the entertainment industry. Not only is she a performance artist who has been a professional entertainer for eight years producing a variety of circus and burlesque shows, but she has recently become a cosplayer, as… Continue Reading →

Previewing the Third Annual Witches’ Ball

Per Matt Your best bet for finding an enchanted evening on Friday night is to Dance with the Devil!

Monsters Wanted

Per Matt When you’re building a haunted attraction for the very first time, there’s sure to be a few bumps along the road. Thoughtfly Films presents Monsters Wanted, which chronicles the rise of Louisville’s Asylum Haunted Scream Park.

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