Our raccoon reporter digs up valentines from City Hall recycling bins. Yesterday, in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the Alberta NDP tweeted a valentine that went over about as well as any oil-pipeline-themed valentine could possibly go, which is to say horribly. Show More Summary
The new City Network app will tell you how that lost raccoon was rescued, or where to find the best empanada workshops in your city.
Shivercliff is an ominous name for a town. Some places, like Raccoon City or Bright Falls, have negative stigmas because of our past experiences in them. Others, like Silent Hill, get that stigma before we ever have to go there. Shivercliff...Show More Summary
Laurence Miller Gallery presents THE BIG APPLE: From Tycoons to Raccoons, featuring over 65 photographs by more than 30 photographers made between 1903 and 2016, celebrating the diversity and energy of New York City. The show title embraces both the earliest and the most recent works in the show: a rare 1903 portrait of the tycoon J.P. Show More Summary
What: It’s Christmastime in the city—and a fleet of PETA mascots, including two “rabbits,” a “fox,” and a “raccoon,” will hit the streets and the subway on Thursday... The post ‘Rabbits,’ ‘Fox,’ and ‘Raccoon’ Will Ride the Subway in Fur-Free Holiday Shopping Appeal appeared first on PETA.
It’s about time animals took back New York City. If the world is ending, I want to hand a gang of Rockets the keys to the earth. Read more...
Alice Abernathy makes her long-awaited return to Raccoon City in a new international trailer for Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.
The (alleged) final film of the franchise hits theaters January 27th.
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Resident Evil 7 won't feature familiar faces like Leon Kennedy - at least according to his voice actor - but that doesn't mean fans of Raccoon City PD's finest (and most handsome) are getting left out in the cold
Like Resident Evil 4 before it, Resident Evil 7 represents a rebirth of Resident Evil. However, RE4 directly referenced prior events such as Raccoon City's T-virus outbreak. That doesn't appear to be the case in Resident Evil 7. "As far as 7 goes, I think they're scaling back a little bit on throwing in all the classic cameos," Mercer said. Show More Summary
Raccoons are trying to take back New York City. This has been a fact for some time, but it appeared, briefly, that we reached some sort of détente. But that's all over now—at least one "frisky" raccoon has managed to outwit the NYPD in Brooklyn not once, but twice this week. Our only hope now is to unleash an army of bipedal New Jersey bears to eat the raccoons. [ more › ]
A pair of masked intruders were caught in the act of roaming the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City Wednesday night. Security footage shows two raccoons running through the building. Evidence indicates they rifled through a state senator’s office and left a mess in a cabinet where snacks are kept. Show More Summary
The sixth Resident Evil film will take the series back to its Raccoon City roots, as evidenced in the below trailer. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is due to launch in January next year and finally bring the 15-year-long movie series to a close. Show More Summary
Sometimes, there is too much of a good thing. The Resident Evil game to film series continues with Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. This time, Alice (Milla Jovovich) returns to Raccoon City, to battle some familiar foes. The first full...Show More Summary
Earlier today, the official trailer for Resident Evil: The Final Chapter was launched. The film follows Alice (Milla Jovovich) as she returns to Raccoon City to finish the battle that began when the first film was released in 2002. Thanks to a tip from BD reader J Jett, we’ve been shown the French trailer for […]
A rockin' new trailer for the sixth -- and final -- "Resident Evil" movie takes Alice back to where it all began.
Milla Jovovich returns to the role of Alice for one last ride through Raccoon City.
(Photo: Will Kutz) This is "Trash Can," a sculpture by Will Kurtz that was priced at $8,000. It consists of an overflowing trash can and a sculpture of a raccoon. The piece was on display at Art Southampton in New York City. Two weeks ago, it was among several sculptures arranged in an exhibit. Show More Summary
One person was scratched and two dogs fought with the animal, the city said.