This entry was posted on Jan 12 2012 by Sienna Mawby
Charles Tate, 17, is a singer-songwriter and a senior at Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts. His musical influences range from Handel to Crash Kings to Black Dahlia, but his sound is solid acoustic with intricate melodies that weave around his mellow voice.
He will perform a set combining original songs and covers in the third edition of the On Stage at the Lee Burrows series at the Yuba-Sutter Regional Arts Council on Saturday.
At MCAA, Tate played the lead, Coalhouse Walker Jr., in MCAA’s production of “Ragtime” last spring. He has performed in many other MCAA productions as well, including “The Music Man” in 2010, where he portrayed Marcellus.
“The school allows me to get up and perform my stuff on Fridays in front of the entire school,” Tate said.
This entry was posted on Jan 11 2012 by admin
Spyware, viruses and other kinds of malicious code are everywhere you look. While you work to download everything legally, in spite of the temptation to do otherwise, sometimes even legal downloads have nasty attachments tacked onto them. You want something great, but you don’t want to lose your computer for it. Even having to go through the messy and annoying virus removal process is a bit of a pain. Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot you can do to alleviate the threat of malware because it really is everywhere. And if it gets into your computer, it can wreak all kinds of harm. Full Post…
This entry was posted on Jan 09 2012 by Sienna Mawby
There’s been a strong Marvel presence on Disney XD for years now, and the network is formalizing the relationship as of April 1, with the debut of the Sunday “Marvel Universe” programming block.
The April 1 launch will be highlighted by the series premiere of the animated series, first announced in 2010. Current series will also be a part of the lineup, along with “exclusive Marvel content, including new animated short-form series, and live-action interstitials.” The second season premiere of , which wrapped its first season in June 2011, remains currently unscheduled, according to a Disney spokesperson.
Last year, DC Comics announced a similar initiative on the Cartoon Network, “DC Nation.” Like DC and Cartoon Network, Disney XD is owned by Marvel’s parent company.
“Marvel Universe block is an incredible animated ride filled with fantastic action and adventure,” said Jeph Loeb, head of Marvel TV, in a press release.
This entry was posted on Jan 08 2012 by Savannah Webber
When I got my DVD review lists for December, I had a tough time picking them as there were some great ones. But this DVD caught my eye as Leigh Hart is pretty funny as his character ‘That Guy’, and with this show being about world mysteries, I thought it could be pretty interesting. Boy was I wrong! This was a brain numbingly hard show to sit through and watch as the jokes felt both try hard and verging on offensive. And I’m not talking about Sacha Baron Cohen cleverly offensive funny either. Avoid like the plague!
D from me!!!