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NelsonG

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  1. For the past few years, anyone who owned a Tesla could charge it up at one of the company’s Supercharging stations free of charge. But as we’ve known for a few months now, this all-you-can-eat setup is being phased out. While existing owners will still get to charge up for free, anyone who orders a Tesla after January 15th would get around 1,000 miles worth of charging credit each… Read More View the full article
  2. Tony Palmer’s Leonard Cohen documentary Leonard Cohen: Bird on a Wire is getting its first theatrical release, playing for a limited time at Film Forum in New York City from January 18—January 31. The film, which was aired on television in the United Kingdom in 2010, documents Cohen’s European tour in 1972, and includes footage of the singer-songwriter performing in addition to footage of him backstage with his band, on the road, and more. Read “Leonard Cohen’s Grand Tour and His Brilliant Final Act” over on the Pitch. View the full article
  3. If you don't like being surprised and the sight of blood has you covering your eyes, you should avoid horror movies as a general rule. And you should steer very, very wide of Raw, a new horror movie that was a big hit on the 2016 film festival circuit. Oh, and sorry about the image above, but, hey, the headline probably should have been enough of a warning of what was in this post. If, however, you're up for of the bloodier, nastier, and devilishly unnerving horror movies to come along in recent years, you should eagerly press play on the below trailer for the French horror movie. And don't worry, it's totally spoiler free. It's also plot free. And dialogue free. But, again, it is not blood free. There's kind of a lot in it. Since the trailer... Read More View the full article
  4. PBS may have found a worthy heir to 'Downton Abbey' in British import 'Victoria,' which brings one of the most intriguing royals to vibrant life.read more View the full article
  5. On Jan. 21, Grammy-nominated singer Katy Perry will join a growing number of celebrities and women marching on Washington to oppose President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. Ahead of the national event she’s also lending her star power and her pocketbook to “#DontNormalizeHate,” a short-film... View the full article
  6. On Jan. 21, Grammy-nominated singer Katy Perry will join a growing number of celebrities and women marching on Washington to oppose President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. Ahead of the national event she’s also lending her star power and her pocketbook to “#DontNormalizeHate” a short-film... View the full article
  7. Warner Bros. and DC are moving pretty aggressively on getting the character of Green Lantern back into the fold, teaming veteran writer David Goyer with up-and-comer Justin Rhodes (Grassroots, Unmanned) on a new Green Lantern film that's being described as "Lethal Weapon in space," according to Deadline. The film, based on a story by Goyer and DC chief Geoff Johns, will serve as an origin story of sorts and focus on both Hal Jordan and John Stewart, the latter being an African-American Marine sniper who is brought into the Green Lantern Corps. and, we presume, trained by Jordan. Considering the Lethal Weapon description, their rocky relationship will likely be at the heart of the film. As of now the release date stands at July 24, 2020 (but that could change and... Read More View the full article
  8. ZergNet pitches itself as a higher-quality alternative to content recommendation widgets like Taboola and Outbrain. Now co-founder and CEO Reggie Renner is planning to become a bigger source of revenue for ZergNet publishers with the launch of what the company is calling its Content-Only Monetization Platform. Before this launch, ZergNet’s main selling point to publishers was helping… Read More View the full article
  9. Phantogram have covered Radiohead’s In Rainbows track “Weird Fishes/Arpeggi” on a recent appearance on Australian radio station Triple J. Check out their performance below. The band recently released A-Trak’s remix of their Three cut “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore,” featuring Joey Purp. Listen to that below as well. Watch Phantogram perform “Bad Dreams” at NRML 2015 on Pitchfork.tv: View the full article
  10. "Yes, this is real life. This is really happening," Baldwin's Trump said, addressing the crowd from behind a podium.read more View the full article
  11. In retrospect, 21 Jump Street may have been one of the most influential movies of the last five years. It launched directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller's career as live-action directors (they'd been in animation up until that point), and now they're doing the young Han Solo movie. It proved that R-rated action comedies could still be smart, creative and drive huge box office numbers, helping open the door for a wave of movies like The Heat, Spy and Deadpool. And it also gave other studios a blueprint to follow for how to reboot old TV shows on the big screen. This year we'll see that blueprint followed twice in Baywatch and CHiPs. We've already gotten a few trailers for the former (even though it comes out second), but now we've got our first... Read More View the full article
  12. Buddy Greco, the jazz singer, piano player and long-running Vegas showman whose hits included “The Lady Is a Tramp,” has died. The musician, who was often associated with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin’s Rat Pack and whose lengthy career spanned eight decades, died Tuesday in Las Vegas, according... View the full article
  13. “Weird Al” Yankovic has announced a massive box set collecting remastered versions of all 14 of his studio albums. Squeeze Box: The Complete Works of “Weird Al” Yankovic is out this coming fall, and comes in a replica of Yankovic’s famed accordion. Each album will come on CD, 150-gram vinyl, and digital. Also included in the box set is a 100-page book, full of rare and never-before-seen photographs. The reissue set can be pre-ordered here. Read our “5-10-15-20” feature with “Weird Al” here. View the full article
  14. The movie ratings system has become more specific in its descriptions in recent years. Note, for example, the description for the PG-13 rating earned by this week's The Bye Bye Man. #TheByeByeMan is rated PG-13 for terror, horror violence, bloody images, sexual content, thematic elements, partial nudity, (1/2) — FilmRatings.com (@FilmRatings) January 10, 2017 some language and teen drinking. @TheByeByeMan (2/2) — FilmRatings.com (@FilmRatings) January 10, 2017 Whew! That's a lot of information to absorb. As expressed by the Classification and Rating Administration (CARA), the goal of film ratings is to "provide parents with advance information about the content of movies to help them determine what movies are appropriate for... Read More View the full article
  15. Foxygen have shared a video for their new song “On Lankershim,” from their upcoming album Hang. In the lo-fi clip, directed by Foxygen and Danny Lacy, the band drive around Los Angeles and hang out around the house, dancing and playing video games. Watch it below. Hang is out January 20 via Jagjaguwar. The band have previously shared “America” and “Follow the Leader” from the record. Revisit Pitchfork’s 2014 interview with Foxygen. Watch Foxygen perform “Make It Known” at Pitchfork Music Festival 2013: View the full article
  16. "To see things have spiraled so out of control, frankly, just doesn't feel so good," said show creator and former CIA officer Joe Weisberg of current political events.read more View the full article
  17. A financial disclosure details his significant holdings in the entertainment industry, including a company with stakes in 85 films including 'Batman v. Superman,' 'Max Mad: Fury Road' and 'Sully.' read more View the full article
  18. J. Cole has officially reaped what it rightfully his. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/j-coles-4-your-eyez-only-officially-goes-gold-news.27381.htmlView the full article
  19. Even with the bright lights of CES fading away in the rearview mirror, the city of Las Vegas is still showcasing exciting tech breakthroughs this month. This week Vegas, in partnership with NAVYA and Keolisrolled, rolled out the first trial of an all-electric, self-driving public transportation service in the country, immediately fulfilling the promise of some of the autonomous tech shown off on the convention showroom floor by putting it to work out on the streets. SEE ALSO: Why Google Waymo's self-driving platform is a big deal According to the Las Vegas Sun, the shuttle service will run down the city's Fremont Street alongside normal traffic from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m daily until the trial period ends on Jan. 20. The route is part of a planned "Innovation District" in downtown Vegas, which the city hopes will become a center of focus for more groundbreaking projects in the future. Read more... More about Mass Transit Transport, Public Transportation, Navya, Las Vegas, and Autonomous VehiclesView the full article
  20. The enigmatic Japanese cult brand has shared their first offering for 2017. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/cav-exmpt-releases-first-collection-of-2017-news.27377.htmlView the full article
  21. Maybe not the best source of advice. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/former-accused-murdered-ray-lewis-has-branding-advice-for-odell-beckham-jr-news.27382.htmlView the full article
  22. Three months after Nintendo's initial reveal of their upcoming console, the Nintendo Switch, the company is preparing to release more information about their combination home-and-portable system tonight. We'll be covering the conference, as well as keeping this post updated with news from the livestream, but here's what we currently know and what we can expect to learn more about tonight. The Switch and its many controllers The Switch, powered by NVIDIA's custom Tegra processor, has two modes: at home play, and on the go. When docked into its base, The Nintendo Switch can be played traditionally — on your TV. Read more... More about Nintendo Switch, Nintendo, Entertainment, and GamingView the full article
  23. Bruce Springsteen made it clear that he wanted nothing to do with Donald Trump during the 2016 election. But a band playing the Boss’ songs will be headed to the president-elect’s inauguration. Some music fans have chuckled at the lack of A-list talent performing at Trump’s upcoming celebrations. Then... View the full article
  24. After 56 seasons in San Diego, the Chargers are moving to Los Angeles, and people really aren't all that stoked about it. But aside from the protesting fans — including the guy who relentlessly egged the Chargers stadium — we have the new LA Chargers logo, which people are emphatically ripping to shreds. SEE ALSO: How the face of MLB's steroid era is getting closer to the Hall of Fame Here's the logo, which might be only temporary as the franchise considers a bigger rebrand down the line. The Los Angeles @Chargers️ pic.twitter.com/bJmv4LcPME — NFL (@NFL) January 12, 2017 To some, the new logo too closely resembles the Dodgers' and Tampa Bay Lightning's. Read more... More about San Diego, Football, Nfl, Los Angeles, and Entertainment View the full article
  25. While the rest of the Obama family takes a graceful approach to its final days in the White House, Sunny Obama is doing the opposite by biting a visitor on the face. As TMZ reports, Sunny, an otherwise adorable female Portuguese water dog, bit an 18-year-old White House guest's face on Monday when the visitor tried to pet the dog. SEE ALSO: President Obama settles ‘dog pants’ debate in swift decree TMZ says Ronny Jackson, the physician to the president, attended to the visitor's small injury, and determined that she would need stitches. Though she will be fine, the cut may leave a scar. A face scar with an amazing back story? We'd take it. Read more... More about Obama, Watercooler, and PicsView the full article
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