• Pinball Wizard! See Casey Cott, Christian Borle & More in The Who's Tommy at the Kennedy Center
    von Lindsey Sullivan am April 25, 2019 um 10:21 PM

    Casey Cott's a pinball wizard! The Riverdale fave is starring alongside Christian Borle and Mandy Gonzalez in the Kennedy Center production of The Who's Tommy, which is playing through April 28. Take a look at the fun photos from the musical, and if you're in Washington, D.C. this weekend, catch it live! Casey Cott and the cast of The Who's Tommy take the stage. Christian Borle and Mandy Gonzalez in The Who's Tommy. See The Who's Tommy at the Kennedy Center through April 28! […]




  • OMG! Doctors Cure Deadly Blood Disease!
    von Rebecca White am April 12, 2019 um 5:49 PM

    Using a technique called “base editing,” Chinese scientists have altered the DNA of controversial lab-grown embryos to cure a deadly blood disease.   Potentially, doctors claim, editing an embryo’s gene sequence can cure a sometimes fatal, and debilitating life-long blood disease called beta thalassemia. British scientific journal Protein and Cell published the findings. Sufferers of […] The post OMG! Doctors Cure Deadly Blood Disease! appeared first on OMG News Today. […]



  • Taylor Swift's ME! is a musical-inspired return to her happily uncool brand
    von Laura Snapes am April 26, 2019 um 6:34 AM

    The first single from Swift’s seventh album is a defiant reassertion of her positivity – a rabidly upbeat ode to individualismPretty much every artist who has released an album in the past 18 months has found themselves battling pop’s new glass ceiling: namely the unyielding chart dominance of the soundtrack to The Greatest Showman, the UK’s biggest-selling album of 2018 and only the second album in 30 years to spend 11 consecutive weeks at No 1. It was never going to be long before pop acts started trying to play This Is Me et al at their own game. And so, contrary to fan theories that Taylor Swift’s seventh album would herald a return to her country roots, or pop psychedelia à la Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour, the first single from TS7 is an unabashed slab of Showmancore: a rabidly upbeat ode to individualism, wide-eyed to the point of camp. (That would also explain Swift’s – one presumes – intentionally très mauvais Frawnch accent at the start of the video.) Continue reading... […]



  • How More Human Interaction is Transforming the Gaming Industry
    von Quertime Writer am April 24, 2019 um 3:20 PM

    Computer games used to simply be about playing against a computer-generated opponent. At first, this artificial rival could only carry out a limited series of moves and was fairly easy to predict. Over time, these opponents became more unpredictable and sophisticated, but gaming still lacked the human touch. While this approach was massively popular for […]


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