On October 13, the High Museum of Art Atlanta opened their new exhibit “Fast Forward: Modern Moments 1913-2013.” The concept of this new exhibition is 100 years of art from 1913- 2013. The exhibit tries to focus on different art movements throughout the century, and the changes that the popularContinue Reading

Sunglass-clad, South Korean pop sensation PSY (pronounced sigh) has taken over America with his song “Gangnam Style”as the biggest overnight Youtube sensation since the likes of Rebecca Black (though “Friday” was a love-to-hate song whereas “Gangnam Style” is a hate-to-love song). Gangnam style has also risen to fame among theContinue Reading

As Halloween approaches, horror movies become popular means of getting into the spooky spirit. Sadly, not all horror movies elicit a shriek from their viewers, and very few stand the test of time. Vampires and werewolves are cuddly, thanks to “Twilight,” so “Dracula” and “The Wolf Man” are out ofContinue Reading

As I walked down the steps of the Lindbergh MARTA station, I looked around at all the floral headbands, flowing maxi skirts and fanny packs filled with provisions and realized that this was no ordinary Saturday; this was Music Midtown. This huge two-day musical menagerie happens only once a year,Continue Reading

1. “Breaking Bad” 2. “The Bachelorette” 3. “Dance Moms” High school chemistry teacher turned meth maker…This is the dark and twisted plot of AMC’s “Breaking Bad.” Now in its fifth and final season, the show is very popular among Pace upperclassmen boys. Best Movies of the Summer: 1. “The DarkContinue Reading

A slew of new music arrived this summer, including Slightly Stoopid’s Top of The World, Based on a T.R.U. Story by 2 Chainz, Maroon 5’s Overexposed, and my personal favorite, Channel Orange by Frank Ocean. But with the dawning of the fall comes a lot more new music to lookContinue Reading