Video game adaptation all flash, no flavor
In the past decade-plus, the nature of video game narrative has evolved. The quality of storytelling has advanced in quantum leaps since the early days. Video games are a legitimate artistic medium that can transcend the visual.
A 2014 MLB preview
It’s that time of year once again. The snow is melting and the grass is showing through. That whiff of spring is in the air.
Better late than never
LAWRENCE, Kan. - More than two decades after a cookbook was checked out of a Kansas library, it’s just now been returned.
Like it or not, we live in a world where celebrity can be gained through nothing more than filming yourself getting busy. The number of “sex tape celebrities” out there is too numerous to count; it seems like every time you turn around, some D-lister or another won’t shut up about how a video has been “leaked” – often to the tune of six figures. It has become a shortcut to the spotlight, creating or reigniting careers that probably shouldn’t exist in the first place.
Bangor, Orono among regional winners
Memories of hardball and hardwood still echo following the recent high school basketball tournaments here in Maine – memories of hard-fought, hard-won games. But a different sort of scholastic competition played out over the weekend in venues across the state - a competition whose players are just as devoted and just as passionate as any who took to the floor at the Cross Insurance Center, the Augusta Civic Center or the Cumberland County Civic Center.
Some thoughts on filling out your brackets
It’s that time of year again, that time when even the most casual of sports fans (or even non-fans) start paying attention to the wild and wooly world of NCAA hoops.
Animated adventure appeals to young and old alike
As a child, I was a huge fan of the work of Jay Ward. “The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show” was a staple of my childhood Saturday mornings. Granted, I came along a touch after the show’s heyday, but it was still a personal favorite.
Sequel has all of the blood, none of the spirit
In the Hollywood of today, there’s a lot of money to be made from a sequel. If a particular property achieves a great deal of success, it only stands to reason that the studios would attempt to cash in on that success again (and again and again, ad infinitum).
THOMAS TOWNSHIP, Mich. - A Michigan principal who wanted to get his students fired up about reading greeted them on horseback for an assembly in the school’s gym.
Stand up, pass out
Some of the best material we get here at Celebrity Slam springs from famous folks who can’t quite handle their booze. We all know people who fail to understand their limits from time to time – and we all know just how hilarious that can become.
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