In April of this year, iconic rock band AC/DC set out on the road again with their Rock or Bust Tour. Before the group embarked on their twenty first tour, the group hit a bump when guitarist, Malcom Young, suffered a stroke. To fill the void, he was replaced by his nephew Stevie Young. In February, the band suffered another lost when drummer Phil Rudd was kicked out of the band due to legal issues in New Zealand. He was replaced by Chris Slade.
AC/DC kicked off their North American leg of the tour in August. There six stops in the U.S. included Foxborough, East Rutherford, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Detroit.
Their set list was a mix of classic songs like, “You Shook Me All Night Long” and “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” and new songs of their Rock or Bust album including singles “Play Ball” and “Rock or Bust.”
Even though the band has been on tour for over 42 years, AC/DC still puts on a great show. Lead guitarist Angus Young still puts in 110% at every show making the crowd go wild when he gets on the ground, spinning in a circle while playing guitar even though he is 60 years old. Between the ringing of hell’s bells to the boom of cannons going off, you’re bound to have an experience that you will never forget. AC/DC, we salute you.
Why listen: The first EP from Amber Run is beautifully arranged with folk-style ballads and tight harmonies. The band from Nottingham, England amps up their modern style with an electronic piano sound, and their vocals have great reverberation, which gives the album a haunting, warm tone. The song I Found has become mildly popular based on its relatable lyrics and a calming aura. The band is very small as of this moment, but they are definitely a new group to watch. They have catchy lyrics and amazing instrumentals. However, if you are not a fan of ballads, this may not be the group for you to listen to. Overall, they make a very creative and uniquely musical sound that would appeal to many.
Netflix has been top dog, taking out the likes of Hollywood video and in most cases, tons of Blockbuster’s stand-alone stores. What had first started out as a DVD-by-mail program, but then quickly evolved into the ability to stream movies and shows, which is what many take advantage of now.
Netflix has no commercials or ads are displayed
There is no annual commitment.
Subscribers have access to a massive catalog of films and TV shows available instantly.
The service is available throughout North and South America and 40 countries.
Customers have the option to add a separate DVD subscription.
In 2007 Hulu jumped into the scene, starting competition for Netflix. Hulu started as a free online video service that offered a selection of hit shows, movies and many more. Recently Hulu became Hulu Plus that offers more content over the free version.
Hulu Plus offers premium subscribers 42,000 episodes of 1,600 TV shows.
Many TV shows are available online the day after the premiere.
Commercials, ads, and surveys are included in most paid programming.
Hulu Plus content is only available to Internet customers in the United States and Japan.
Winner? It’s for you to decide. Both are so easy to operate. Sign up online, create an account and your ready to start watching your favorite movies and TV shows. Plans are starting a $7.99 a month after your free trial!
Hot-Rod Danny Zuko and the sweet new girl in town, Sandy Dumbrowski had a secret romance in summer, but now that they’re back in school, peer-pressure and cliques make things a bit more complicated.
This year, Youtheatre is putting on a production of Grease. Directed by Harry Stockton and Zach Thomas, this musical features songs such as “Summer Nights”, “Greased Lightnin”, and “We Go Together.” Youtheatre’s Grease is bound to be a hit.
The cast features some of FHS’s own students including:
Landon Bott, Gabbi Calvert, Cord Elliott, Megan Elliott, Kaitlyn Fillhart, Lena Kennedy, Blake Maloney, Reagan Maloney, Carly Powell, Andrew Pueschel, Courtney Rinesmith, and Isabel Wolke
Showtimes are at 7pm Friday, October 16, 7pm Saturday, October 17 and 2pm Sunday, October 18 at First Presbyterian Church. Tickets can be purchased at the Arts Partnership Building on Main Street or online at artspartnership.com. Tickets are $12 for Adults and $8 for Seniors/Students.
Lipstick or lip gloss? Many girls have varied opinions on this topic. To find out what will work best for you, consider these guidelines.
If you want a product to wear that isn’t too noticeable, lip gloss is your best choice. While lip gloss is more sheer and discrete, it can also be very sticky. You know what that means… your hair will easily get stuck to your lips. Although this is a very annoying problem, lip gloss will finish off a cute outfit any day.
If you’re going for a sheer lip look, try Mentha Lip Tint in Magenta Mint, available from Bath and Body Works ($7.50). This particular gloss is clear, but this brand comes in other colors.
My favorite dark lip gloss is Nars’ Sixties Fan, available from Sephora ($26.00). It’s a dark pomegranate color that is very long-lasting.
Lipstick If you’re looking for lip wear that has a wide array of colors to choose from, lipstick is for you. Lipstick comes in fun colors, like orange and purple, or sophisticated colors, like nude or brown. No matter what color, lipstick will come off on any cup, fork, or spoon. Make sure you’re careful when eating, but you can always reapply! Wet n Wild’s Balm Stain comes in many colors and is gentle on your lips.
One of the brighter choices is Red-Dy or Not, which is a cute but bold red. A more subtle option is their balm stain called Rico Mauve. It is a light pink and goes with any dressy casual outfit. Both of these
options are available at any grocery store ($2.99 at Walgreens).
My all-time favorite lipstick is Elegant in Brown from Sephora’s
Color Lip Last collection, available at Sephora ($14.00). This is a darker color which is good for fall.
Starring: Olivia DeJonge, Ed Oxenbould,
Deanna Dunagan, Peter McRobbie,Kathryn Hahn
Plot: Kids Becca (DeJonge) and Tyler
(Oxenbould) go on a trip to visit their
grandparents for the first time. Upon arrival,
they are greeted by Nana (Dunagan) and
Pop Pop (McRobbie). All seems well until
the kids notice strange behavior from the
grandparents. Once the siblings discover a
shocking secret about who their
grandparents really are, they wonder if they
will ever make it home.
Why See It: The Visit is a must-see with
moments of horror, comedic elements, and a
twist at the end that will have you on the
edge of your seat.
Sophie Brinkmann, a nurse, widow and single mother meets Hector Guzman, the head of a powerful international crime, after caring for him in the hospital. Sophie is captivated by his quiet charm, and warming smile; she likes the way he welcomes her to his family. But she soon learns that his smooth façade masks something much more sinister.
Brad Thor, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Blacklist was amazed with the book.
“Imagine The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo meets The Sopranos then crank up the intrigue and rip off the knob. Alexander Soderberg has pinned an awesome thriller you wont want to miss!”
Scott Smith, author of The Ruins also praised the novel.
“One of the many wonderful things about Alexander Soderberg’s novel The AndalucianFriend is how it upsets our expectations. His cops act like gangsters, while his gangsters (some of them) attain a startling sort of nobility.”
While others gave a disappointed rating it turned out to be a well done, with an overall 3 star rate. The Andalucian Friend is a powerhouse novel, action packed and highly sophisticated.