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ABBA Reunite for Virtual Project

Entertainment, Music
Technology and Abba mix together in order to bring back the magic of the 80s with their 2018 tour. Reporter: Martina Di Gregorio | Sub-Editor: Andrew Whiteford Abba is coming back in 2018. I know, two more years before their original and new fans can listen to their Swedish faves back on tour, after their little tease performance in June of 2016 in Stockholm where the original group performed for the first time in 30 long, difficult, Abba-less years. If you grew up singing Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!, or discovered them with the musical Mamma Mia! in 2008, one thing is certain: when you listen to one Abba song, you are forever hooked to their 80s music. And to prove that music is not dead and there is still some joy left in this world, and after the hard year all music fans have had in 2
The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be: #TWD Is Back

The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be: #TWD Is Back

Entertainment, Film & TV, Uncategorized
Last night we saw the opening episode of the seventh season of The Walking Dead, and what an episode it was. Reporter: Alex Clement | Sub-Editor: Chelsea Jobe I have never been so engrossed in just one episode of a TV show before. The suspension was brutal. That’s the only word I can think of to describe what I just experienced; brutal. After how the last season ended, where Rick, Maggie, Glenn and co are lined up in some sort of semi circle, with guns pointed at their heads. Then comes along a man, a man we all saw coming but were frightened to say it. Negan. He steps out with Lucille, his bat with metal wire draped around it and within minutes, someone is battered to death. But who? Five months later and here we are. Shocked, angry and absolutely wanting more. There won’t

Sex, Lies and Octopi: The Handmaiden Review

Entertainment, Film & TV
From the director of Oldboy comes an erotic thriller of forbidden love between a lady and her maid. Reporter: Chelsea Jobe | Sub-Editor: Martina Di Gregorio Acclaimed director Park Chan-wook leaves behind his vengeance trilogy to explore female sexuality in his film adaptation of Fingersmith, a crime novel by Sarah Waters. The Handmaiden is a film about deception and hidden identities, an outcome of two cultures colliding. Replacing the backdrop of Victorian era England with South Korea during the Japanese occupation, Park sheds light on a moment in history the West may not be aware of. Following the three-part structure, young pickpocket Sook-Hee (Kim Tae-ri) is recruited to be a handmaiden for Lady Hideko (Kim Min-hee), a beautiful Japanese heiress. Hideko lives with her Japa...

Kesha’s Big Comeback

Entertainment, Music
Sony announces the gorgeous 'Animals' queen has been working on a new album. Reporter: Martina Di Gregorio | Sub-Editor: Chelsea Jobe Kesha’s Animals rejoice: Sony hints Kesha has been working on her new album. Although it is not official, fans of Kesha are quenched with thirst for new music. At her show tonight, Kesha has revealed she has now has 52 new songs for us! #K3 #FreeKesha— KNN (@KeshaNewsNow) October 22, 2016 I'm praying with all my heart that they will let her release the songs she loves. and WITHOUT Luke's involvement. #FreeKesha— Sophia (@KeshasLoyalFan) October 21, 2016 It has been four years since her last album “Warrior”, and while we have managed to survive this long without Kesha and her pop beats, her fandom Animals pray for an official come