• Pokémon HOME Updating For Pokémon Scarlet And Violet Compatibility

    Fans can finally transfer their Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet favourites to Pokémon HOME starting this month on May 23.

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    Shadow Pokemon are taking over raids during Pokemon Go's Rising Shadows event

    Niantic has announced a new event coming to Pokemon Go, and it takes place next week.Kicking off May 22 and running through May 28 is the Rising Shadows event, which will see Shadow Pokemon take over gyms.In these Shadow Raids, you will take on three and five-star Shadow Raid Bosses deposited by Team Go Rocket. Like most Raid Bosses, you have a chance to catch the Pokemon once defeated.

  • Pokémon Scarlet & Violet will support Pokémon Home on May 23

    It’s been 3000 years Pokemon Scarlet & Violet came out nearly six months ago, but it's still missing some fan-favorite features. You can insert your favorite “you mean like the feature to run properly?” joke here. Performance issues aside, compatibility with the cloud service Pokemon Home was key among requests from fans. Fortunately, trainers won't have to wait much longer. The Pokemon Company announced today that Scarlet & Violet will join the Pokemon Home family starting on May 23, at 6:00...

  • Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Get Pokemon HOME Support Next Week

    Nintendo promised Pokemon Scarlet and Violet would get Pokemon HOME support post-launch, and now it’s about to happen. On May 24, 2023, people will be able to access their boxes via the service and pull from the ones they already have. This will also coincide with the launch of the 3.0.0 patch for the Switch games. Also, as usual, there will be special versions of the starters for people who use the service. The official announcement noted people who use Pokemon HOME with Pokemon Scarlet or...

  • Required Reading

    This week, MSG makes a comeback, TikTok reshapes the restaurant industry, and what do the Real Housewives have in common with striking Hollywood writers?


    At 17, when many teenagers are thinking about friends, fun and the future, Kiara Johnson is burdened with responsibilities.

  • Books and Reading

    Mr. Mayor, we need to discuss where we are on this matter because it is of grave importance in all 50 districts and their libraries, particularly as it pertains to staffing, hours of operation, and book acquisitions.

  • A sort of an archaeology of reading

    MISSING tombs and found readers are just two of the many concerns that the writer-delegates to the 2nd Bikol Book Festival had to contend with. The weeklong and more celebration of writing and reading began with a tribute to an educator, with some of the ceremonies bringing the writers and the representatives of the National Book Development Board to cemeteries or memorial sites.

  • What We Are Reading Today: The Biodiversity Gardener

    Author: Paul Sterry Over the past decade, wild-life author and photographer Paul Sterry has nurtured, both through action and by doing nothing, what has become a small island of flourishing biodiversity in the half-acre garden that surrounds his north Hampshire cottage. By giving nature a free hand, and fostering habitats appropriate to this part of southeast England, he has enabled an abundance of native plant and animal species to call the garden home. This contrasts with the continued decline...

  • What We Are Reading Today: For The Love of Mars

    Author: Matthew Shindell This book is an interesting and refreshing examination of humanity’s fascination with Mars. Matthew Shindell’s “For the Love of Mars” is essentially a love letter to the red planet that celebrates its place in human thought and attempts to champion further attempts at exploration. Shindell is a very good author, balancing science with an almost poetic soul of writing “For the Love of Mars” surveys the red planet’s place in the human imagination, beginning with ancient...

  • What We Are Reading Today: Sleeping Giants

    RIYADH: “Sleeping Giants” is the first book in a science fiction fantasy trilogy by Sylvain Neuvel, published in 2016. The book follows Dr. Rose Franklin who was a little girl when she fell into a giant hole that turned out to be a large metallic hand. As an adult, Franklin, a highly trained physicist, leads a team of scientists to crack the hand’s code in order to investigate its origins. The scientists realize that the hand is just one piece of a larger, ancient artifact that has been...

  • The morning read for Tuesday, May 23

    Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Tuesday morning read: US Supreme Court’s Andy Warhol decision keeps ‘fair use’ questions alive (Blake Brittain, Reuters) Top Court’s Pork-Producer Ruling Could Affect Abortion-Pill