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  • J2's Hemi Zucker says quiet L.A. tech establishment to play bigger role

    J2's Hemi Zucker says quiet L.A. tech establishment to play bigger role
    Hemi Zucker watched Hollywood transform from what he saw as a "seedy, kind of dead" afterthought to a thriving neighborhood. Now, he’s noticing the same evolution in the Los Angeles tech community. No longer does he get odd stares when he mentions...
  • WWE superstars discuss the leap to next gen gaming

    GamerHub.tv After sitting out last year, 2K has entered the next generation gaming ring with "WWE 2K15" for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Developed by Yuke's and Visual Concepts, the game brings a television-style high-definition presentation to virtual...
  • Rahm Emanuel's biggest shortcoming is spelled out by a cabbie

     Rahm Emanuel's biggest shortcoming is spelled out by a cabbie
    The story of the cabdriver and the politician isn't an epic Chicago political saga. It's only a paragraph or two. But it illustrates a huge problem facing Mayor Rahm Emanuel as he seeks re-election in Chicago. A prominent old school Chicago...
  • Columbia Digest

    Holiday craft shop Hand-crafted items will be available at the Hickory Ridge Community Association's Holiday Craft Shop at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, at the Hawthorn Center, 6175 Sunny Spring. Free admission. Information: 410-730-7327. Art exhibits &#...
  • 'Video Games Live' in Bethlehem: a wild experience

    If you love video games, or music, or both, then the concert experience "Video Games Live" could be a slice of audio visual heaven. Coming to Sands Bethlehem Event Center on Saturday, it's an immersive show that features music from the most popular video...
  • Where Paul McCartney, virtual reality and a 3D camera collide

    Where Paul McCartney, virtual reality and a 3D camera collide
    Sir Paul McCartney is sitting less than five feet from me at a grand piano, singing his 1973 hit "Live and Let Die." When I turn my head to the right, his drummer is about six feet away. If I swivel 90 degrees, I can see the production crew hoisting...
  • Mini Con provides a creative showcase

    Mini Con provides a creative showcase
    Fans of comics, video games, role playing, cosplaying and more had much to enjoy during the recent Mini Con, staged at a Plantation hotel. Presentations included insight into kimonos, elements of cosplay and character design and storytelling....
  • Microsoft Cuts Price of Xbox One for Holidays

    Microsoft will reduce the price of its Xbox One videogame console by $50 on Nov. 2., in a move to sell more of the devices this holiday. The price cut will last through Jan. 3, 2015, the company said Monday. Microsoft is sweetening the deal even further...
  • Future of Music 2014: Does recorded music still have a chance?

    Future of Music 2014: Does recorded music still have a chance?
    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The promise and disappointments of the music business started wrestling from the get-go Monday as the 14th annual Future of Music Policy Summit got rolling. With the business of selling albums and singles in decline, artist managers...
  • Taylor Kitsch Says He's in 'True Detective' Season 2

    Taylor Kitsch wants his next role to be a "True" one. Kitch said in an interview with AdWeek that he's on board for HBO's "True Detective" after months of speculation, saying that he "can't f-king wait to hit the camera" on the drama. "Yeah, I'm...
  • YA books to place under the Christmas tree

    YA books to place under the Christmas tree
    This past year, adults who enjoy reading young adult novels were told to grow up. Like Goldilocks sinking into Mama Bear's chair, cultural critics such as A.O. Scott of The New York Times, Ruth Graham of Slate and Christopher Beha of The New Yorker...