If you didn’t already notice, here at WS we are avid fans of TV, and personally I love stories, of any kind. Although storytelling is more complexly portrayed through the reading experience, television sparks a similar joy in me that reading and writing do. I love the different ways in which the writers develop their plot lines and the progression of characters and their respective storylines. With that being said I’ve noticed the media and, quite frankly, fans of television have done some characters a great disservice. While we all know of these popular friendships: Meredith and Cristina, Blair and Serena, the women of Sex and the City, Brooke and Peyton, and so on, there are a few that aren’t as talked about. Here are some of my personal favorites.
New year, still searching for our next favorite band or artist. Well, look no further we have an up and coming singer/songwriter that’s on the rise, 20 year-old Liz Bissonette. From a young age, Liz was drawn to music and performing. Over the past few years, she’s built herself a YouTube following with over 2,000 subscribers and in 2015, she released her first song, “Nice to Meet You” to iTunes. Now, with four songs on iTunes, having become a verified Spotify artist, and being recognized by artists like Alessia Cara and Kelsea Ballerini, it is clear this girl has major talent. But, how did she get here? What’s her process? Witty Serendipity got the chance to chat with Liz and get the inside scoop.
Back in March 2016, the up-and-coming country duo, Megan and Liz released their latest EP DEUX–landing them a prime spot at #4 on the iTunes country chart. Although we haven’t heard much from them since, the two have been hard at work cooking up some new music for their dedicated fans.
If you’re anything like me, you understand the struggles of being a fan of the ABC series drama Grey’s Anatomy. From the ups to the downs, the laughs to the tears, here is a compilation of 10 undeniable truths we face while watching our favorite surgeons save lives.
I’ve been a fan of Taylor Swift since I was fourteen years old. The first song I ever heard was “Teardrops on My Guitar,” but unlike most I wasn’t immediately hooked. All I remember is one minute I was looking into her music and the next I was fully immersed into the lyrical genius that is Taylor Swift and her songwriting.
The woman, the myth, the legend: Lauren Graham. Whether you know her as Lorelai Gilmore or Sarah Braverman she’s the mom you never had. Actress, producer, and NYT best-selling author, Graham, has had quite an interesting journey so far.