Michael Jackson Exhibit Open Through Sunday This is it: a mind-blowing collection of thousands of items related to performer Michael Jackson, briefly on display in Wilmington ... Short workshops start at $69, Smith said. Weeks-long boot camps start at $3,000. Find details at http://poweredbyact.com. 06/30/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston had weeks-long affair at Neverland ranch, pal says Michael Jackson ... with Whitney Houston at the peak of her fame, and even dreamed of marrying her. He fell in love with the diva after a series of romps at his Neverland ranch and never got over her when she ended it, The Sun reports. Their affair came ... 04/29/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Square Enix has announced RPG Project Prelude Rune, along with the formation of a new studio.
The new studio, named Studio Istolia, is helmed by Hideo Baba, who brings some 18-plus years of experience to the table. Baba is perhaps best known as the driving force behind Square Enix’s ‘Tales of’ series.
According to Siliconera, the focus of Studio Istolia is to create new IP as well as further existing Square Enix franchises.
Baba serves as the producer of Project Prelude Rune, and hopes to create a new type of RPG fantasy, one which spans vast landscapes filled to the brim with a plethora of life.
Prospective Nintendo Switch owners can now register a User ID for the console.
Inside the Account Settings page for a Nintendo Account, there is now a "User ID" section - hit the edit button and claim your chosen title. If you haven't logged in for a little while, you may be prompted to change your password before you get to claim a name.
If it seems confusing, it sort of is.
I started Netflix's show about the birth of hip-hop, The Get Down, when it first debuted in August 2016. Six months later, I haven't even finished the first six episodes — not because it wasn't good, but because it got lost among all the other shows and movies I'm watching.
"Today, sports writing is basically a liberal profession, practiced by liberals who enforce an unapologetically liberal code," writes Bryan Curtis at The Ringer. He's right.
You can see it in the way sportswriters police a consensus against the Washington Redskins' name, or for on-field political activism. They tweet against President Trump, and for undocumented immigrants.