There’s a dry, sneaky humor in releasing KOD on April 20, the unofficial holiday dedicated to marijuana, especially as J. Cole names weed as one of the vices in the outro to the title track “KOD.”
My grandmother’s life mattered tremendously to those in Thomasville, many of whom packed the pews at Friendship Baptist Church for her homegoing celebration.
Clint Schaff, the mind behind the lineup, personally curated the list of artists and authors.
There will be a myriad of flavors to explore for all the food fanatics in attendance.
Here are the headliners set to make an appearance.
Many performers are USC students studying at the Thornton School of Music.
It was this semester at USC that I made the transition — from podcast connoisseur to podcaster. I still continue to talk and write about podcasts all the time (this column is a good example), but I finally found myself behind the mic this semester.
The new Netflix movie suffers from predictable character developments, but is worth watching due to its relevancy.
I developed a general interest in music this past semester, partly so I could talk with my apartment mate who constantly blasts all the popular hits on his Beats Pill.
In just four months, 2018 has already seen a spate of excellent album releases.