Jon Bellion’s fan base has grown rapidly ever since he flew into the top 10 for songs like “All Time Low” off his last studio album, 2016’s The Human Condition. The pop icon hinted to his fans over Instagram about how his next record was going to be full of new sounds.
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Lollapalooza 2018 Recap: Performances were admirable but heat, lack of water put a damper on festival
Lollapalooza may have been a little over a week ago, but I’m still reflecting on the impressive, hot weekend. However, the heightened security and extreme heat didn’t stop the over 100,000 concert-goers, including myself, that gathered for four days on the dusty grounds of Grant Park.
Each year the Windy City’s largest music festival brings together young, trendy artists and old favorites to flood the grounds of Grant Park. While ticket sales were lower than normal this year, the hype regarding the lineup and artists coming to Lollapalooza is still as strong as ever.
In a competitive election year expected to be filled with huge levels of campaign spending, about a dozen of the country’s wealthiest megadonors have contributed almost $100 million to various campaigns already. Over $25 million of that has come from one Wisconsin businessman.
Last year in February, Saba’s cousin and co-founder of the Pivot Gang rap crew, John Walt, was shot and murdered in Chicago. Saba searches for the cure to his emptiness from the loss of his cousin through the innovative piano backtracks and lyrical excellence that embody CARE FOR ME.
After President Donald Trump signed an executive order to use troops to secure the Mexican border, Gov. Scott Walker showed his support Monday by offering to send the state’s own National Guard despite significant criticism from state Democrats.
All eyes are on the GOP-controlled state Legislature, as Tuesday will be the final day of session activity for lawmakers to vote on several crucial priorities on Gov. Scott Walker’s agenda.
Gov. Scott Walker on Thursday called for a special session of the state Legislature to introduce a $100 million grant program to fund school security improvements.
Judah & The Lion brought energy and positivity to the Orpheum last Tuesday night, but the openers were truly what made the performance memorable.
“Get Out” proves it is possible to combine sharp humor with genuine terror. Jordan Peele created a horror movie that attracts a variety of audiences, but he was looking to do more than just provide entertainment. His Oscar-winning screenplay also offers a deep-seeded social critique on modern-day racism, and it is already a classic.
State Superintendent and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers sent a letter to Gov. Scott Walker and the state Legislature Wednesday asking for a special session to help develop a new agenda on school safety.
Walker moves to stabilize Affordable Care Act as Republican AG Schimel seeks to repeal the entire law
Gov. Scott Walker, with the approval of the Republican majority in the state Legislature, signed into law a $200 million measure to secure and stabilize the health insurance market under the Affordable Care Act.
Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me by Your Name” takes the audience on a whimsical journey of romance and sexual curiosity. The film — based on André Aciman’s novel of the same name — beautifully portrays the worry-free summers of Northern Italy during the early 1980s. The gorgeous countrysides and romantic piano soundtrack surround the fascinating and erotic relationship between the 17-year-old Elio Perlman, played by the impressive Timothée Chalamet, and 24-year-old Oliver, portrayed by the charming Armie Hammer. While the story occasionally draws itself out, the film was both compelling and visually stunning, especially for the viewers who focus on each nuance of the meticulous script.