On February 11th, HBO screened “WE ARE THE DREAM: THE KIDS OF THE OAKLAND MLK ORATORICAL FEST” under the historical roof of the Fox Theater in Oakland.
Tom Hanks ran across America in Forrest Gump, amassing a massive following genuinely interested in asking his character why despite the lack thereof and this scene has left many viewers to wonder what’s the logic behind this kind of fascination.
Marriage and children are the fundamental principles for life, or at least that’s the argument the traditional archetype of the world holds onto.
Professional “9-5” by day, passionate creative by night; this is the superhero lifestyle of many artists, especially in the Bay Area.
Oakland Cocktail Week is a Bay Area favorite event, promoting patrons to travel through the lively bar scene of Oakland, California.
The inner workings of a mathematics genius is a tale many may step away from, but Matthew Brown sought out the audience with beautiful cinematography along with the help of a passionate cast and crew to bring to life the story of Srinivasa Ramanujan.
The pursuit of better opportunities and the escape from a restricting town, is embodied in the tale of the rise of Brooklyn boxer Anthony Rodriguez, in the new gritty film Back in the Day.
The Knockturnal was able to chat with the multitalented Erica Ash who strives to bring the unique aspects of life into her characters, especially into her most recent one from hit show “Survivor’s Remorse.”
Ready-to-Wear has been taken to the next level thanks to the Korean fashion industry, which begins to provide a “buy as you see” option to the public.
The year of the superhero battles continue but in the animation realm as two huge DC teams clash.