In the latest installment of Michael Corvo's recurring series on the intersection of hoops and music, we hear from the folks bringing the Bounce to the Smoothie King Center.
Welcome to Friday Finds! Your place to find something to see, read, and do within the world of music, movies, and hoops.
Tom Cruise shows that old dogs can try new tricks, but finds magic when sticking to what he does best: ripping around the sky in kick-@ss F-18s.
Cody (35) and Simon (18) trade takes on the movies that their high school teachers showed during class across two generations.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! To celebrate, Ngyuen Le shares 15 outstanding films directed by Asian and Pacific Islanders that are available to stream.
In Pt. 4 of Nico’s ongoing series on the blues, he explores if the relationship between women and the blues is a toxic one.
Everyone's favorite 6th man, Jamal Crawford, and the great Jay-Z have a lot in common. They are friends and contemporaries who built a friendship during Crawford's time on the Knicks. But does their symbiosis between on-court and in-studio flow go deeper than you might think?
Every human is a walking contradiction. Artists like Kendrick Lamar are willing to admit it. In his most introspective and vulnerable, yet still socially-conscious work, Kendrick Lamar gives us another gem with Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers that reaffirms his spot in the rap game.
Nico Carter spoke with the then 28-year-old musician in October of 2021 about her music, identity, and perspective on the blues.
The Black Keys' new record Dropout Boogie isn't that new, but we’ve never asked them to be.