Pop Culture Files

Pop Culture 2018, April- August

Here are the most popular pop culture happenings that made the most of 2019… let us start with the Month of April…

April

Times are changing at the Pulitizers where rapper Kendrick Lamar wins the music prize for “DAMN.” He’s the main rapper to win the lofty shrub and the principal victor who’s not an established or jazz performer.

In the movie, chief John Krasinski invigorates the ghastliness type with the dreadful, quiet “A Quiet Place,” likewise featuring spouse Emily Blunt.

On Broadway, the suffering enchantment of Harry Potter is summoned with the hit London transplant, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.”

May

In this May 7, 2018 record photograph, artist Katy Perry wears holy messenger wings at The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute advantage affair praising the opening of the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination show in New York.

Basically, this is the annual MET Gala, and everyone is definitely rocking their exquisite looks on the runaway.

June

This is the ultimate remake for music as Jay-z and Beyonce continue to exert their unique influence with a surprise joint album, “Everything is Love.”

On a sad note, two admired celebrities are mourned after taking their own lives: global culinary chronicler Anthony Bourdain and colorful it-bag designer Kate Spade.

July

A year ago, it was Weinstein. This year, it’s Les Moonves, a standout amongst the most influential men in TV. Journalist Ronan Farrow breaks the hazardous story of sexual unfortunate behavior with respect to the CBS CEO; in September, with allegations heightening, Moonves will venture down. Furthermore, at year’s end, he’ll lose his $120 million severance when CBS says it has grounds to flame him for cause, closing he damaged organization approach and was uncooperative with an examination — a case Moonves’ lawyer denies.