Just this week it was announced that esports will be a medal event in 2022 Asian Games. Fifa ’17, produced by EA Sports, is officially confirmed to be one of the game that will be competing.
British comedian and TV host Russell Howard talks about finding joy in dark times, and his gratitude towards the unknown man who made him a star on the mainland.
At the end of Mew’s tour for their last album, +-, something unusual occurred. Instead of packing their guitars away after returning to their native Denmark, the band headed back into the studio to get started on their next album.
What a pleasure it is to read a book like Lissa Evans’ Wed Wabbit. This book has 11-year-old Fidge as its protagonist, but it isn’t a book just for younger readers.
Summer blockbuster season used to mean something. But in a time where the mega-movie business is year-round, that special season of moviegoing no longer means the same thing.
Going In Style starring Morgan Freeman may be about the elderly but its charm and humour is for all ages [Review]
For so many reasons, Going in Style shouldn’t be a hit. It’s about three old men – riddled with gout, arthritis, and kidney failure – who, after losing their pensions, decide to rob the bank that’s messed up their lives.
Maximo Park frontman Paul Smith has mostly been known for his poetic and romantic lyrics, but on their sixth studio album Risk To Exist, he takes a more direct and political approach.
Tears On The Dancefloor is the fifth album, and the comeback that nobody particularly wanted, by 90s pop sensation Steps.
Not being able to remember some things or anything is always a great foundation for a movie, because it provides plenty of space for twists and turns. Here are some of the best out there.
Based on the true-life experiences of journalist Susannah Cahalan, Brain on Fire is the story of a woman who is slowly losing her mind to a disease.