December is officially upon us, meaning it?s time for the first PlayStation Plus update of the month. Starting this afternoon, gamers with a love for the open road, hairpin turns and photo finishes can add Grid 2 to their Instant Game Collection on the PlayStation 3. Show More Summary
The critically acclaimed The Last of Us may be destined for a film adaptation. Sony has registered two domain names that seem to indicate an intent, or at least an openness, to making it a movie.
The A.V. Club loves the holiday season, and we also love opening small doors and eating the stale chocolate lurking behind them. We’ve found a way to combine those things with our love of pop culture, and we’re hoping you’ll join usShow More Summary
The best movie culture writing from around the internet-o-sphere. Just leave a tab open for us, will ya? “How We Made Mary Poppins” — Karen Dotrice (Jane Banks) recounts the story behind the story — including some shock at Julie Andrews smoking a practically perfect cigarette. Show More Summary
The best movie culture writing from around the internet-o-sphere. Just leave a tab open for us, will ya? “How Asia is reshaping American film” — The Dissolve crew explores the potential effect that Asian cinema is having on our movies. Show More Summary
You know the open, majestic skies of the American countryside? You know what those need more of? Drones. That's what Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos thinks, anyway. Last night he revealed a plan for Amazon Prime Air, a delivery system that uses drones to bring stuff to you so you never have to get up or leave the house or move ever again. Hooray!
Most of us have been enjoying KILL la KILL around these parts, and there's a special offer that's too good to be true! In other words, the latest single by Eir Aoi (Fate/Zero's first ending theme and KILL la KILL's opening theme) has been released digitally in the U.S. Show More Summary
Dozens of retailers responded to consumer demand by opening stores earlier than ever on Thanksgiving night, including Macy’s, Toys “R” Us, Walmart and Best Buy, to name a few. When asked about the fact that they opened on Thanksgiving...Show More Summary
Part public service announcement and reminder for the holiday shopping season, The Consumerist reminds us that with expensive, high-demand electronics like consoles, tablets, and phones, it's important to open them up and test them to make sure they work before you wrap them up and put them under the tree. Here's why. Read more...
Interesting news for some of us, anyways. (I started the Kulcha! tag because using Unpopular Culture seemed a little too easy.) Frank Rich, in NYMag: … While it was far from the case when I first met him, Sondheim at 83 is an institution and a cottage industry. He’s received every prize an artist can [Read more...]
Six weeks into the New Orleans Pelicans 2013-14 campaign, the team's best and worst players have begun to distinguish themselves, opening the door for us to rank them from top to bottom. After an offseason filled with bluster, the Pelicans first flight hasn't exactly been smooth. Show More Summary
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the CGAC presents an exhibit titled 93 taking us back to the year when it opened its doors to the public, back in the early nineties. Over the last twenty years, the museum designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira played an important role in the dissemination, preservation and study of contemporary art. Show More Summary
Most of us discovered the L.A. songstress Banks when she opened for the Weeknd on his… Read more articles like "Banks – “What You Need” (The Weeknd cover)" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
This week’s Courier Herald Column: With the holiday season upon us, the thoughts of most will turn away from politics and on to things that actually matter. And yet, when the presents have been opened and the calendar turns to 2014, there will be less than 2 weeks before the start of Georgia’s General Assembly [...]
The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (MOCA) present Tracey Emin: Angel without You, the first American museum exhibition dedicated to the acclaimed British artist. On view December 4, 2013, through March 9, 2014, the exhibition is the first to focus on Emin’s use of neon, a medium that has played an essential role in the development of her practice.
US stocks opened little-changed ahead of a busy week of economic data following the Thanksgiving holiday. ||| New York - US stocks opened little-changed Monday ahead of a busy week of economic data following the Thanksgiving holiday. Five...Show More Summary
Last night, my Google Alert for Huawei captured an intriguing headline: "Huawei exiting US market: CEO". The article appeared in Global Times, a Chinese paper that's part of Peoples Daily. Here's the opening paragraph:Chinese telecommunications...Show More Summary
One thing gamers can definitely be thankful for this year is crowdfunding! Thanks to this phenomenon, we have many more options opening to us than ever before. And there are definitely some good gaming prospects on the horizon, evenShow More Summary
The past is full of buried secrets — and sometimes, it opens its mysteries to us. Lately, thanks to high technology and a lot of luck, some priceless treasures that were lost to time have been found again. Check out a gallery of astonishing artifacts that have been returned to us recently. Read more...
With Thanksgiving behind us, it's time to deck the halls and the First Family welcomed the holidays with open arms as their Christmas tree arrived on Saturday (November 30). Pulled by a horse-drawn carriage, the 18.5ft. Douglas fir was...Show More Summary