We gather the latest or notable local, entertainment headlines in both Seattle (Around the Sound) and Raleigh (In the Triangle), as well as the other surrounding cities and or beyond!
News from In the Triangle…
- The War On Drugs chats with New Raleigh. This is a band you will want to familiarize yourself with for sure.
- If you are a Dionne Warwick lover, be sure to see her preform live at the North Carolina State Fair. It will be a night of soft melodies and ballads. Maybe a psychic reading or two.
- Saturday was Home Movie Day, where residents got a chance to bring out their memories on old Super8 films, and project them on the big screen.
- This Tuesday Insane Clown Posse will be performing live at the Lincoln Theater. Time to get your clown face on.
- From now until November 6th,be sure to catch the national tour of You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up. The show is based off the memoir by actors and real life couple Annabelle Gurwitch and Jeff Kahn. It’s promised to be a laugh riot!
- Dixie Dave of Weedeater is interviewed by Metal Underground.com. The frontman for the Wilmington band discusses Jason The Dragon, and current tour.
- North Carolina native, Mary Elizabeth Winstead discusses her current movie projects such as The Thing and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
- And finally, Chapel Hill town council candidate, Augustus Cho will star alongside Bruce Willis, and Channing Tatum in the sequel, G.I. Joe 2. Question is, will he be able to juggle both acting and town politics?
And from Around the Sound…
- Sadly, Seattle’s reigning superhero was unmasked in court on charges of pepper spraying plenty of club goers. He really needs to follow the superhero code of conduct.
- Gaby Rodriguez, the student who faked her pregnancy for a high school project gets a Lifetime movie made. This was certainly the biggest news at the school assembly that day!
- St. Vincent was in town conducting an isolation experiment as well as putting on a noteworthy show. Hands down, hernew album “Strange Mercy” is one of the best of the year!
- Seattle’s The Head and the Heart are profiled on Oregon Music News. It is a delightful piece.
- On Saturday, screen legend Julie Andrews was in attendance at The Gig Harbor Film Festival. The sleepy nautical town was surely lit abuzz for this prestigious presence by a Hollywood legend.
- The Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan rom-com, Sleepless in Seattle, is finally in the works for a Broadway musical.
- Did you know that lead singer, Colin Meloy of The Decemberists, writes his own children’s books? Very cool!