Although La La Land is the place for movies and Hollywood’s shiniest stars, it’s not the #1 city for gamers according to a study released by the personal finance WalletHub. That crown belongs Orlando, Florida. Details on how the 100 largest cities stacked up in the video game universe is below!
The fifth floor deck of the Whitney is a fine place for “Pacific Red II,” as far as Larry Bell is concerned. The series of six massive glass red cubes with smaller cubes inside was visible from his room at the nearby Standard Hotel where he stayed during the installation last March. Even better, “Pacific Red II” is visible from the Empire State Building.
Last Saturday’s “La La Land” was a successful sixth season opener for Street Food Cinema, as the event attracted over 5,000 attendees. Cinema and food go hand in hand like PB&J, and tonight’s serving includes outdoor screenings of “Singin’ In The Rain” and “Aladdin.” Details below!!
Third Eye Blind are busier than ever in the coming months on a couple of fronts. Unreleased recordings from the outfit’s eponymous debut will be featured in Third Eye Blind: 20th Anniversary Edition, and the group will also headline a North American tour starting June 9th in Miami. Details below!!
As a child, I followed the advice of Stan Lee to “make mine Marvel” (and he introduced millions of comic book enthusiasts to the word “excelsior”), so it was great to hear that he was inducted into the White Castle Cravers Hall of Fame . Details on the April 15th ceremony, which included a ton of dedicated driving, is below!
One of the great aspects behind these new installments of Star Wars films is that heroines are front and center, proving the journeys of Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) are just as memorable as Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker. Star Wars Forces of Destiny will feature more adventures of the aforementioned protagonists. Details on the Star Wars Celebration event and action figure surprises below!!