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Some of Hollywood's biggest stars-- including Will Smith, George Clooney, Idris Elba and Mark Ruffalo, among others--have called for more diversity as the awards failed to nominate non-white performers in the four acting categories for the second consecutive year. Last year, the lack of non-white...Read more →
Last month the BBC announced the return of Robot Wars, which originally ran from 1996-2004 before being discontinued. The new 6-part series follows a November 2015 announcement from ABC that the American network would renew Battlebots for a second summer season, after the show’s own decade-long hiatus...Read more →
The Division begins with a small pox outbreak on Black Friday. Your character is a special agent sent to Manhattan when government systems fail and your object is to restore law and order. With over 30+ hours clocked in, I spent most of it in the Dark Zone, a walled off section of Manhattan...Read more →
Andy Weir’s “The Martian” is an uplifting and surprisingly humorous story. This book, recently made into a film starring Matt Damon, tells the story of botanist and engineer Mark Watney who becomes stranded alone on the planet Mars. He must attempt to survive long enough to be rescued by those...Read more →
Actors Gwen Moliga and Bronte Eather from SubUrbia On Nov. 19-21, 2015 at 7:30 p.m., Professor Dado Gyure's performing arts class will stage a production of Eric Bogosian's award-winning play subUrbia, a drama centering on a group of aimless 20-somethings in a New Jersey suburb. The play was performed...Read more →
Vlogging controversy causes YouTubers and viewers alike to question how the platform works and how they use it Through much of August of this year, Christian evangelist family-vloggers Sam and Nia Rader posted more than a dozen videos to their daily vlog channel on YouTube. Starting with “HUSBAND...Read more →
The “Sword of Shannara” is a wonderful read for anyone who enjoys the fantasy or science fiction genre. Set in a place known as the Four Lands that is inhabited by humans, elves, dwarves, trolls and much more, this book combines magic with mythology and folklore as well as hidden elements of sci fi for those...Read more →
Have you ever wondered why the symbols associated with the holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ are a bunny rabbit with eggs? Well, believe it or not, there is actually a logical foundation for the bunnies and eggs on Easter. The symbols’ origins are rooted in ancient antiquity...Read more →
Broadway, one of the biggest and most important theater houses in the world, just had the best year of its long, storied history. According to The Broadway League, which is the national trade association for the Broadway theater industry, Broadway closed the 2014 year with its highest attendance numbers...Read more →
During the entire month of October 2014, India paid tribute to films inspired by the stories of the late Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez. The Colombian Embassy in cooperation with the Cervantes Institute in New Delhi (a non profit-organization in charge of promoting the Spanish language...Read more →
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