First up, we dive into the Trump Tower of turmoil as The Don faces possible criminal charges in New York for a hush-hush payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. Is this a hailstorm DJT can weather? Next, we take a trip across the pond to France, where civil unrest is as common as baguettes and berets. Will the French find a way to say “c’est la vie” to the situation? Finally, we zoom back to the States for a legal showdown in the Sunshine State. A court has rejected Governor Ron DeSantis’ Anti-Woke law. Will this ruling stir up… Read more »
An old issue of the New Yorker but as a narrative film.
Today we have Seth Rogen producing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, The Aces hosting their Pridestream event, Billie Eilish’s new song and video, Naomi Osaka withdrawing from the French Open, and Neflix’s new series We The People.
This week we chinwag about Jess’s engagement story and find out all the details behind the proposal day.
Afterward we chat with Laura Cox, French guitarist and singer/songwriter. Laura tells us about learning to play guitar at a young age, breaking into the YouTube world and garnering a large following, touring with her band, the Laura Cox Band, last year right before the world went into lockdown, and so much more!
While we’re waiting on Monsta X to make their North American television debut (performing “Who Do U Love?” on Good Morning America…come on, Aug 1) they’re blessing us with another absolutely fire video. Pull the alarms. Grab your favorite fits. But don’t you dare run for the exit because you’re about to go up in flames. Lucky you! Shownu, Wonho, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Jooheon, and I.M are ready to rescue you with an assist from French Montana. Yes, bebes, Monsta X is swooping in to save you from the bonfire they just made out of your speakers. They’re considerate like… Read more »
The Inbox Jukebox brings you fresh new tunes and bands. This week features tracks from Monsta X feat. French Montana, Stephen Puth, and Black Grapefruit.
Listen Up! On today’s episode Zoe Renee from BET’s The Quad joins us in studio to talk about condiments, how Brett eats French Fries like a psychopath and her upcoming film at South By Southwest… enjoy!
Apple’s iTunes online music store may reach more customers throughout Europe after the body tasked with collecting artist royalties in France agreed to allow counterparts elsewhere to license its catalog. SACEM, which collects royalties for about 128,000 artists, said it would be willing to drop territorial restrictions and allow national counterparts to license its repertoire, European antitrust regulators said on Tuesday. If pan-European licensing becomes a reality, Apple, which controls slightly more than half of global digital music sales through iTunes, may look at broadening access to the system, European Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes added. “If iTunes was readily able… Read more »
A French museum has found a previously unknown piece of music handwritten by Mozart, a researcher said Thursday. The 18th century melody sketch is missing the harmony and instrumentation but was described as important find. Ulrich Leisinger, head of research at the International Mozarteum Foundation in Salzburg, Austria, said there is no doubt that the single sheet was written by the composer. “This is absolutely new,” Leisinger said in a telephone interview. “We have new music here.” “His handwriting is absolutely clearly identifiable,” he added. “There’s no doubt that this is an original piece handwritten by Mozart.” The work, described… Read more »
Rock star Bono pressed French leader Nicolas Sarkozy to increase aid to developing nations, the aid advocacy group DATA said. The organization, co-founded by Bono, front man of the U2 rock group, has urged France to raise development assistance to 0.7 percent of gross national income by 2012 as agreed earlier. In 2006, French aid stood at 0.31 percent of gross national income, DATA said. “The president admitted it would be very, very hard, but France would keep her word,” the statement quoted Bono as saying Tuesday following the meeting. DATA’s statement cites an October parliamentary report showing France’s estimated… Read more »