Pitchfork Music Festival 2018 Line-Up Announced: Ms. Lauryn Hill, Chaka Khan, Earl Sweatshirt, Ravyn Lenae, Raphael Saadiq & More
Another big time line-up of musical acts are heading to a Chicago Summer Music Festival. Pitchfork Music Festival has recently announced their line-up for the 2018 edition of this warm weather music nirvana.
Celebrating its 13th year in 2018, the internationally recognized Pitchfork Music Festival presents 40+ acts over the course of three days each summer in Chicago’s Union Park. The festival highlights the best in new and emerging music.
This year, the party takes place between July 20-22, 2018.
This year's line-up features some all-time greats as well as some very talented up-and-comers. Friday features the likes of Earl Sweatshirt, Saba, and Open Mike Eagle. Saturday has performances by Raphael Saadiq, Blood Orange, and Kelela. Sunday is blessed by Ms. Lauryn Hill, Chaka Khan, and Rayvn Lenae.
Check out the entire announced line-up below:
Tickets are available now and can be found here.
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In a blog post Wednesday, Facebook chief privacy officer Erin Egan and deputy general counsel Ashlie Beringer announced several data settings the company believes will help users better understand what data is being collected and how Facebook users can be a bit more in control of the data they put into the Facebook engine.
“It’s time to make our privacy tools easier to find,” Facebook officials said in a post Wednesday detailing the changes, which are unlikely to satisfy critics who want major reforms in the way the social media giant handles the data of its more than 2 billion users. The tweaks come a week and a half after the revelation that the Donald Trump-aligned political data firm Cambridge Analytica had obtained information on about 50 million U.S. users before the 2016 election.
The updates, which Facebook said will roll out over the next few weeks, include a new section called “Access Your Information” to provide a simpler way for users to find and delete posts or personal profile info. In addition, Facebook said, users will be able to more easily manage information the company uses to serve targeted advertising.
Facebook’s battered shares, which have dropped 17 percent in the past week and a half amid the Cambridge Analytica scandal, got off to a strong start Wednesday morning after the company announced the changes. In the first hour of trading, the stock rose more than 2 percent and reached its intraday high of $155.78 a share.
Additionally, Playboy is officially pulling out of Facebook, announcing in a statement Wednesday its pages would be removed from the social media platform over its handling of user data.
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By Travis J. Klemann
An experienced hunter and a rookie FBI agent work together to unravel events which lead to a teenager's death during Wyoming's winter season. This chilling neo-Western from writer/director Taylor Sheridan leaves you informed and captivated at the conclusion of its 111 minute run time.
While surveying the Wind River Indian Reservation for mountain lions, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agent Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner) discovers the frozen body of 18-year-old Natalie Hanson. The investigation is stalled until the arrival of rookie FBI special agent Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen).
Despite evidence of blunt force trauma and rape, the local medical examiner refuses to rule the cause of death as homicide which leaves Jane and Cory to solve the case without any additional help from the FBI. Upon notifying the parents of the deceased, they learn Natalie recently started dating an older man.
Their investigation leads them to the trailer of Natalie's brother Chip, along with his junkie friends. Shortly after, a male body is discovered nude in the frozen snow. Cory learns from Chip the name of Natalie's boyfriend, Matt, who happens to work security at the nearby oil drilling station.
Jane, Tribal Police Chief Ben Shoyo (Graham Greene) and additional officers visit the drill site where things quickly escalate with the security guards over who has jurisdictions among the reservation.
A flashback shows Natalie Hanson (Kelsey Asbille) and Matt Rayburn (Jon Bernthal) cuddling in bed before being interrupted by his security colleagues, notably a drunk and vulgar Pete Mickens (James Jordan).
Without giving too much away, Natalie escapes the trailer while Matt holds off his co-workers. Back in the present time, a firefight ensues which leads to the deaths of Ben, the other officers and most of the security guards.
Pete flees on foot but Cory catches up to him and takes him to the top of a mountain where he confesses. Rather than kill him, Cory offers Pete the same choice he gave Natalie, a barefoot escape which ends in death from pulmonary hemmorhage. Cory informs Martin the case is closed after the man responsible went out "with a whimper." At the conclusion of the film, a title card states missing-persons statistics are compiled for every other demographic while none exist for Native American women as their numbers remain unknown.
5/5 Stars - Extremely Recommended
PS: I rated this movie so high as it's a gripping tale of the harshness of life as well as informative. As a nerd, I can't help but point out the MARVEL connection since Jeremy Renner & Elizabeth Olsen play Hawkeye & Scarlet Witch in the Marvel Cinematic Universe while Jon Bernthal portrays The Punisher on the self-titled Netflix series as well as Daredevil.
Afropunk Fest in Brooklyn Line-Up Announced: Erykah Badu, Janelle Monae, Tyler the Creator, Miguel & More
One of the biggest and most anticipated music festivals of the year is returning to Brooklyn this summer. The Afropunk Fest will take place at Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park in Fort Greene on August 25 and 26. On Tuesday (March 27), Afropunk Fest unveiled the Brooklyn edition of the festival will be headlined by Erykah Badu, Janelle Monae and Tyler the Creator.
In addition to Badu, Monae, and Tyler the Creator, Afropunk recruited the likes of Miguel, The Internet, H.E.R., Daniel Caesar, Jessie Reyez, Smino, and Jaden and Willow Smith to help round out the impressive bill.
This year's theme is The People Resist, which "brings together AFROPUNK ideology and the people who support it, in resistance to those that strive to opress." Afropunk has not only seen success in the states, but has expanded to international markets including Paris, London, and Johannesburg.
Afropunk has introduced a new ticketing system called Buy One, Give One (BOGO) in which each general admission ticket purchased will allow a New York City youth, who has been participating in art programs like Recess Art and Young New Yorkers, the opportunity to attend the festival.
Afropunk has also announced its Atlanta lineup, which takes place on October 13 and 14. So far, N.E.R.D, Noname, Little Simz, Kari Faux are set to hit the stage, with more names to be announced later this year.
For more information about Afropunk Fest and tickets, visit the official site.
Rumor has it that The Weeknd may be dropping a new album on Friday. The XO singer recently posted a cryptic message on Instagram that has many fans thinking a new album is coming this week.
The Canadian singer posted a screenshot of a conversation with a person named La Mar. In the conversation, The Weeknd asks “Should we drop Friday? I’m indifferent to be honest.” While we never get La Mar's answer, fans are expecting some release or big news is coming this Friday (March 30).
Billboard has reportedly confirmed that the release is new music, although it’s unclear whether it will be a single or an full-length studio project. “This project is Abel taking it back to his roots. House of Balloons vibes,” the source told Billboard.
The latest development comes shortly after The Weeknd was reportedly spotted in California shooting what appeared to be a music video for an upcoming single. The artist also dropped new details regarding his upcoming Marvel comic series based on his last studio album, Starboy.
In addition to his forthcoming projects, The Weeknd is expected to take the stage as the headlining act at Coachella 2018.
On the latest episode of Bobbee's World, Bobbee welcomes in Assistant Jr. Pastor Tilden Dunn. The discuss all the latest hot topics as well as how to get today's youth to come back to the church.
You can listen to the episode below and listen to Logik Radio every Monday at 8 pm for new episodes.
Audrey Valentine drops off her steamy new visual with the help of AZae Productions.
Sweet, sexy and sultry. 3 words to accurately describe Audrey Valentine's new video, Rider. This stimulating visual was captured by the infamous AZae Production and produced by Epedimic. Aside from her super seductive moves in the video, the song is the new Ride or Die anthem for all the ladies. Audrey makes a bold statement as her lyrics creatively explain the many ways that she considers herself a rider. This song is a perfect way to start off the spring.
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Applications are now available for Chicago’s summer jobs program.
There are more than 30,000 jobs and internships available through the One Summer Chicago initiative.
The program helps young people ages 14 to 24 gain valuable work experience.
Opportunities range from infrastructure jobs and camp counselors to urban agriculture and office positions.
The program will run from July 2 through August 10.
For more information check out the website – http://www.onesummerchicago.org