With its play on words, Vice Verses, the title of Switchfoot’s new album, coherently suggests the album’s theme: everything has two sides. “Every blessing comes with a set of curses,” singer-guitarist Jon Foreman sings on the title track, all the while wondering if “there’s a meaning to it all.” That theme runs through the album’s 12 songs and is even reflected in the album’s black and white cover.
With so many reality shows continuing to dominate TV, it can be tough to wade through it all to find anything with redeeming value. From music to survival to celebrities, there's no shortage of options.So we thought it was about time to shine the spotlight on a more unsung style of TV:...
Let’s face it, going to the movies is expensive – especially when popcorn, candy and fountain Cokes are involved.Plus, considering the lack of inspiring options at a theater near you, one can’t help feeling that skipping the movie theater altogether could be the best option.But in...
Country music is well-known for its songs about break-ups, beer drinking and backroads fun, but leave it to country superstar Brad Paisley to take fans outside their comfort zone on his new album Wheelhouse. He’s ignited a firestorm of controversy with “Accidental Racist,” a duet...
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