We’re taught that the right and left sides of the brain are useful for processing information in two different ways. The left is the more practical of the two sides. This is where we deduct with reason and process information in a linear way.
When Malcolm D. Lee made his directorial debut with The Best Man, he was prepared to have stardom set in stone. Starring actor Taye Diggs and written and directed by Lee, audiences liked what they saw. Opening weekend scored the movie $9,031,660 in U.S. box office revenue. Now, Lee is releasing his debut’s sequel The Best Man Holiday. On November 15, we will see if audiences are still craving the writing and directing that he introduced to us 14 years ago.
Occasionally, there's that one piece of art that just grabs you. Once you've seen it, you can't forget it. It's a static image that suddenly becomes dynamic. A picture is alive in your mind. Graffiti artist MTO brings those living images to the streets.
Take some earthy, neutral tones combined with intricate detail in a skull, or place these colors on a woman's face. Think of a darker, more elaborate and Disney-filled Day of the Dead and you're beginning to cross over into the world of Brandon Maldonado.
It’s tough to begin writing about Liza Minnelli. Not that there isn’t enough information or enough questions to ask, but it’s more difficult to decide where to start. She’s done a million stage performances, sang a million songs and still seems to have the energy of a five-year-old that was just given a Mountain Dew.
It was a giant step for Blake Shelton, actually it would have been for anyone. In 1994, just weeks after graduating high school, the Oklahoma born country singer packed his bags and headed for Nashville, Tenn., a place that established some of country music's biggest stars like Alan Jackson and Dolly Parton. “I was so naïve though – when you're seventeen, this [is] going to be easy – so, I never had a doubt that I was going to make it one day,” Shelton said in an interview with Country Music Television.After years of working random jobs and playing his guitar in bars, the perseverance finally paid off for the young country-rock musician. In 1998, Shelton was signed to the now defunct Giant Records. He released his first single “Austin,” on his self-titled debut album.