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  • 'Swatting' no prank to video game celebrities

    'Swatting' no prank to video game celebrities
    Alexander Wachs makes his living playing video games for the enjoyment of a vast online audience, and a few weeks ago, he was guiding an avatar through the zombie-infested wasteland of "DayZ" when loud thumps interrupted his adventure. "Hold on, guys,...
  • AMC to Replace Xbox Entertainment Studios on 'Humans' Series

    AMC Networks is finalizing a deal to come on board Xbox Entertainment Studios' sci-fi series "Humans," a co-production with U.K. broadcaster Channel Four and Shine Group-owned Kudos. While AMC declined to officially comment on its support of the series,...
  • Zombie Tween...Does the Walking Dead Describe Your Tweenager?

    Zombie Tween...Does the Walking Dead Describe Your Tweenager?
    Zombies have taken over comics, video games, movies and TV, especially the popular series “The Walking Dead.” This zombie zeitgeist has inspired zombie walks and runs. In the town of Islip, N.Y., where I raised my daughter, every October the...
  • Hulu to stream L.A. Times' short-form videos

    Hulu to stream L.A. Times' short-form videos
    The Los Angeles Times announced Friday that millions of viewers will now be able to stream The Times’ short-form videos on Hulu. Hulu, based in Los Angeles, is an online video service that has television shows, clips and movies on its website....
  • Weekend preview: Tunnel of love, and bragging rights

    Weekend preview: Tunnel of love, and bragging rights
    Fort Lauderdale resident John Heiser is 48 years old, 6-foot-1, and may weigh as much as 364 pounds in his race-day outfit for a highly competitive 5K Saturday morning in downtown Fort Lauderdale. But Heiser guarantees victory. “Oh, hands down,&...
  • Switch to New Consoles Hurts Game Sales in August

    The video game industry finds itself in an interesting holding pattern as consumers make the switch to new consoles from Sony and Microsoft. The good new is that consoles continue to sell at a brisk pace, with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One boosting...
  • Aldermen could teach teens a thing or two about getting enough sleep

    Aldermen could teach teens a thing or two about getting enough sleep
    I used to think that Chicago aldermen stayed up late into the night scheming on how to waste the taxpayers' money: Like making a quick buck with phony contracts to sell dead rats on coat hangers as earmuffs to homeless blind men. But it turns out I...
  • YouTube personality Whiteboy7thst won't face pot charge after hoax

    YouTube personality Whiteboy7thst won't face pot charge after hoax
    A well-known YouTube personality will not face a marijuana charge after a so-called swatting brought police to his house, the Will County state’s attorney's office said Thursday. Alexander Wachs, who produces video game-themed content under the...
  • 'CounterSpy' Game Refreshes 1960s Spy Genre with Pixar, LucasArts Vets

    Designed as a love letter to classic side-scrolling arcade games, "CounterSpy" blends the worlds of "The Incredibles," early James Bond movies and "Dr. Strangelove" with stylized '60s animated glee. It's the first release from San Francisco-based...
  • Kamar Aiken says he won't lose his cool again after dust-up with Adam 'Pacman' Jones

    Kamar Aiken says he won't lose his cool again after dust-up with Adam 'Pacman' Jones
    Ravens wide receiver Kamar Aiken's temper boiled over during a loss Sunday to the Cincinnati Bengals. Aiken got into a brief altercation in the first quarter during a kickoff return, taking a swing at Bengals veteran cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones after...
  • Columbia Digest

    Art exhibits •"At the Zoo/In the Wild," an exhibition of photographs of wild animals in their natural habitat in East Africa and in zoos around the nation, will be on view through Friday, Sept. 26, at Artists' Gallery, American City Building,...