The Anaheim Convention Center in sunny SoCal looks like any convention center in any other state, except when Blizzard Entertainment takes over. BlizzCon is an annual video game convention, hosting more than 35,000 people — and even more at home via a virtual ticket. I have a not-so-secret secret: I really like …
I was enjoying a quiet, early morning on the beach listening to a hustle-themed podcast when my email chimed. It was the interview I prepared for Michael Hansen (AKA Manse): A glimpse into the life of an up-and-coming progressive house DJ. After stalking him on Instagram and swaying my hips to “Where We Want to Be,” I felt like I already knew him — which is
I just finished the GQ Magazine article with Brad Pitt (because who wouldn’t?) about his divorce, finding himself and becoming a better man. OK, Eddie Vedder. The magazine took him to multiple national parks in California for the photo shoot, where Pitt apparently frolicked with the land and talked matcha tea during his “weird” time. Well I’m having a weird time, too. And I, too, am asking question of the futile world – which I think is OK. I see why GQ chose to bring our beloved Pitt to the wilderness (The Everglades, White Sands
Everyone is watching the Oscars right now – not because it’s an entertaining evening of television (because it normally is not) – but because they want to know what great movies came out this past year. And not because we suddenly have an influx of film critics in the States. It’s because we want to escape en masse. Like, now.