10 Musical Icons Of Our Childhood That Are Gone Today, But Never Forgotten

10 Musical Icons Of Our Childhood That Are Gone Today, But Never Forgotten

Disney & Nickelodeon's greatest musical creations.

Anyone that was a kid in the 2000's know who these bands are, otherwise you lived under a rock.

1. Jonas Brothers

12-year-old girls heartthrobs, Burnin Up, and Year 3000

2. Hannah Montana

AKA Miley Cyrus. Need I say more? Basically, every song was and still is a banger.

3. Big Time Rush

Basically, the most underrated band of all time to come out of Nickelodeon.

4. Hilary Duff

With alter ego Lizzie McGuire, the owner of the original Bitmoji.

5. High School Musical Cast

We're all in this together am I right? Make sure you stick to the status quo. Also, keep your head in the game.

6. The Naked Brothers Band

Naked Brothers Band. If that's not love?

7. Lemonade Mouth Cast

The movie's actually about oranges.

8. Aly & AJ

Potential breakup song?

9. The Cheetah Girls

Who every girl aspired to be.

10. Camp Rock Cast

Jonas Bros meet Demi Lovato, Joe Jonas meets every teenage girl.

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The Conversation About Diversity In The Arts: A Hot Topic For Arts Management Majors

There is always room for new inspiration.

Being an Arts Management major has opened my eyes to so many amazing things in the art world.

Some things are hard to wrap my head around, but the topics challenge me and allow me to think in a new perspective. As I am exposed to these inspiring topics, I have also learned and seen many issues that are within the art world, one of them being diversity and its role in the arts.

It is easy to say and think that there is plenty of diversity and opportunity when it comes to the arts. My way of thinking has always involved that idea.

Until I came to college and started deeply studying the arts and the management side of it, I didn’t realize just how elite and narrow the arts can appear to be. There is so much to be inspired by in the art world. No matter what kind of style it is, the audience can interpret it and be moved by it in so many ways.

However, I have come to learn that many art organizations like staying comfortable. There is this image that wants to be upheld and maintained, but it keeps a very diverse and inspired audience closed off. This is occurring with the audience and within the arts organizations, and some of us may not even realize it.

Without going into the business and management side of things, it is easy to say that there is simply an issue with the lack of diversity in the organizations managing and exposing certain art forms.

As artists, we all appreciate the traditional aspects of art and how far it has come.

However, times have changed and it is time to start accepting and adapting to new ways of expression. There are so many beautiful cultures and ideas that we should let in.

I am not a business person, but I have realized that without studying arts management, I would not have realized this issue. I am thankful that now I am able to keep an open mind within the art world in every way possible.

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The 21 Best 'All That' Skits Of All Time

"Ohhhhhhhh, oh, ohhh. This is All That. This is All That!"

For those born in the late 80s or early 90s, it's safe to say you probably watched one of the greatest live-action, sketch comedy shows of all time— "All That."

The series lasted 10 seasons and was the epitome of TV shows that actually defined our early childhood. Depending what era of "All That" you watched, taking a trip down memory lane is slightly overdue. The OG cast, Josh Server, Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell, and Lori Beth Denberg, deserve a lot more blimps because little did they know they became legends way back when in 1994.

The skits were outrageously corny and would be considered highly inappropriate in today's society, but nevertheless, nothing short of iconic. Though there's way too many to count, here are the top 21 "All That" skits of all time:

1. "Repair Man-Man-Man-Man"

2. "Superdude vs. Milkman"

3. Miss Piddlin

4. Ed marries Tyra Banks

5. "Superdude vs. Yogurl"

6. Everything Sticky

7. Coach Kreeton in the hospital

8. "I Luv Lucy"

9. Leonardo DiCaprio Party on "Whateverrrr!"

10. "The Haunted Hand"

11. Ishboo goes to a sleepover

12. Miss Piddlin sings "Give Peas A Chance"

13. Connie Muldoon at Good Burger

14. "The Loud Librarian"

15. "Ask Ashley!"

16. "Bridgett's Slumber Party: 3"

17. "Bridgett's Slumber Party: 5"

18. Britney Spears just wants a Good Burger

19. "Twitney"

20. Working out on "Whateverrrr!"

21. "Cooking with Randy w/ Tommy Davidson

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