by Wil Powell
Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria in Sorrento

The joys of authentic, historic Italy | Powell’s Travels

It finally happened. This week I had my first vaccination shot, and it’s made me just a bit more hopeful. For the next few months, I still don’t expect to travel far, but travel is getting closer and closer, and it’s started to make me think about past trips too.

Hitlab Inc steps out with enhanced proprietary AI-driven music technology | Press Release

Hitlab Inc steps out with enhanced proprietary AI-driven music technology | Press Release

HITLAB Inc. announced it has made significant enhancements to two of its most valued AI-powered proprietary products; DNA©®™ (Digital Nuance Analysis) a predictive analytics tool that can aggregate and measure the potentiality of new/original songs to become hits, and CAN-U-SING (CUS©®™), a mobile application that features the world’s most advanced vocal scoring technology.

Mauve

Mauve is “Starting Over” with new ballad

Mauve is back with her latest single, “Starting Over,” and the ballad is a heart-breaker about love and relationships that just aren’t working, with lyrics that also sum up how a lot of us probably feel in 2021.

Allen v. Farrow | Review

Filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering ask necessary questions about the power of media, influence, and celebrity throughout their four part documentary series Allen v. Farrow.

Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine | Review

Karam Gill’s three-part documentary miniseries Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine takes a scathing, detailed, and uneasily compelling look at one of the most hated and unquestionably successful artists in the history of hip-hop.

Tell Me Your Secrets | Review

Overwrought, overlong, and morally dubious, Tell Me Your Secrets is a forced, sleazy thriller with all the ridiculousness and depth of a daytime soap opera.

Some Kind of Heaven | Review

Some Kind of Heaven, the first feature-length documentary from filmmaker Lance Oppenheim, is a moving and honest look about people growing older but never fully growing up.

Synchronic | Review

An intelligent, but uneven sci-fi thriller that never settles on a proper tone, Synchronic mostly flounders, but still has some flashes of genuine ingenuity and entertainment value.

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar | Review

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar is a gleefully silly affair in the tradition of Dumb and Dumber. It’s also a comedy where the old adage “your mileage may vary” holds a lot of weight.

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