This column may contain strong language, sexual content, adult humor, and other themes that may not be suitable for minors. Parental guidance is strongly advised. The other day I heard my teenage daughter belting out the lyrics to a startling, but familiar, song, owning the music, so to speak, with her own mesmerizing torch-ballad twist […]
There are just some things ‘Magic’ has that other games don’t. The post Why Magic: The Gathering Beats Poker or Chess Any Day appeared first on WIRED.
Blake Lively isn’t having it if all you want to ask her about is the dress she’s wearing for an event. At Variety’s Power of Women event, Blake told off a reporter for asking her only about her outfit choice for the night. She started off by saying, “Are we really doing this? Would you […]
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Turns out the sandbox game is perfect for properly placing snipers. The post The Secret to Free Fire’s 62-Minute Shootout? Minecraft appeared first on WIRED.
Time Magazine released the full list of their 100 Most Influential People, and Pres. Rodrigo Duterte and Sen. Leila De Lima are part of it. While many are celebrating Duterte’s inclusion and questioning De Lima’s, the critiques seem to say otherwise. Former Colombian President César Gaviria was tasked to write about Duterte. Right off the bat, Gaviria […]
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A new virtual reality experience aims to preserve one Holocaust survivor’s story in a whole new way. The post The Incredible, Urgent Power of Remembering the Holocaust in VR appeared first on WIRED.
It’s an understatement to say that Victoria Beckham has a lot to celebrate this week—her 43rd birthday was quickly followed by an investiture ceremony to receive her OBE (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) from the Duke of Cambridge. What is an OBE exactly? Well, it is a British order of chivalry awarded to those who have […]
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Also, magnets, how do they work? “Magic!” (JK.) The post Bill Nye Says Climate Change Deniers Have a Bad Case of Cognitive Dissonance appeared first on WIRED.
Brighton’s festival scene in May could be the reason for a spring visit but this creative and collaborative seaside town has inspirational art, music, food and drink on tap year-round
You might imagine that Brighton, the seaside resort and party town, and Brighton, the lefty, bohemian city (the only one in the UK with a Green MP), co-exist independently. Talk to local creatives, however, and that distinction blurs.
Brighton is about collaboration generated by the enthusiasm of the people running spaces here
Haters, where are you? Show some love for Kris Aquino as she formally seals the deal with Los Angeles-based agency East West Artists. The agency manages various talents of mostly Asian decent like popstar Brian Joo and actress Selena Lee. I am now being managed globally by East West Artists headquartered in Los Angeles… My […]
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Liza Soberano seems to enjoy Twitter as her social media platform of choice—it’s easy for her to retweet posts that she likes and she can respond to fans and friends right away. But one more thing we noticed is how easy she can create conversation (at least via tweets) with other celebrities. Remember Charlie Puth […]
Lena Dunham’s show gave the internet a way to talk about—or at least generalize—an entire generation. What will happen now that the show is over? The post Let Us Mourn the End of Girls, Great Frenemy of the Internet appeared first on WIRED.
The actress’ death led to a pretty drastic overhaul of the film’s story. The post Cantina Talk: Carrie Fisher Won’t Star in Star Wars: Episode IX After All appeared first on WIRED.
Lady Gaga made a huge splash as she headlined the first Coachella weekend. Apart from debuting her new song “The Cure,” she also asked her fans to participate in her new film A Star Is Born. According to Nylon, a country western festival scene will be shot at the Coachella venue from April 18 to 19. […]
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At least one White House press conference did not go as planned last week. The post While You Were Offline: Sean Spicer, Everyone. Round of Applause for Sean Spicer appeared first on WIRED.
A year on from Prince’s death, a visit to the muscial icon’s Minnesota home reveals he lived as flamboyantly as he performed
Inside Paisley Park, Prince’s mansion in the suburbs of Minneapolis, the first thing you see is a giant mural of Prince’s eyes, painted high above the entrance, with immaculate lashes and a burst of divine light beaming down from within. Anywhere else it would be the height of arrogance, but not here. If anyone could be forgiven a God-complex, surely it’s Prince.
But now he’s gone. One year ago, on 21 April 2016, Prince Rogers Nelson was found unresponsive in the elevator of his wildly eccentric and, of course, predominantly purple, home. An accidental overdose of prescription painkillers led to his death. Though he shunned alcohol and recreational drugs, he was indeed in pain – the price, perhaps, for the outrageously energetic performances of his youth – and his Jehovah’s Witness faith, which he converted to in 2001, did not permit the operation that may have eased his suffering. But how he exited the stage is less important than what he did on it – and that all starts in Minneapolis.
In this overly materialistic world, we consume and buy products that we think we need even if we actually don’t. Plastic pollution has become imminent to the marine life; items like water bottles, straws, and even flip-flops can drift for years across tens of thousands of miles. Bags and clothing fill up landmines that also […]
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Author Daniel Suarez has envisioned humanity’s highly enhanced future, and it’s astonishing. The post Genetically Modified Humans Are Pure Fiction—But Not for Long appeared first on WIRED.
This time last year, everyone was in Japan…or at least it felt that way since both our Facebook and Instagram feeds were bombarded with posts of cherry blossoms. This 2017, in case you haven’t noticed, Taiwan is the new place to be. With affordable airfare costs that almost beg you to visit. How can you […]
<em>Class</em> delves into the darkest corner of the <em>Doctor Who</em> universe: high school. The post Doctor Who’s New Spin-Off Goes Places the Doctor Can’t appeared first on WIRED.