I love the work that the Italian DIY ambient punk and dungeon drone label, Heimat Der Katastrophe, is doing. They release cassette tapes and digital albums via Bandcamp that are sonic-based old-school D&D adventures. Every cassette comes with a folded tray card with maps, dungeon and character descriptions, and background on the adventure depicted in the music and on the card. You can just listen and enjoy the music, or follow along with the action outlined in the adventure, or play an...
The coronavirus has had a profound impact on many industries, from retail and transportation to travel to almost everything under the hospitality umbrella -- theme parks, big events, and along with them a myriad of small businesses that depended on their continued existence to sustain their livelihoods. Movie theaters, film
His vision of how to wield American power has a lot going for it in a crisis like this one.
Stephen Colbert—in casual wear from his home den—interviewed fellow self-quarantining family man Chance The Rapper on The Late Show’s all-video-chat current format on Monday. Chance, from his Chicago condo, commiserated with Colbert about dad stuff (putting together a kids bicycle is no joke, people), how they’re coping with all the unaccustomed dad-time during the current coronavirus lockdown (“They’re small but relentless opponents,” Colbert noted of children in general), and Chance’s new gig...
Ottawa Senators head coach D.J. Smith said all seven members of the organization who contracted the coronavirus, including five players, have completed their recovery
Cristiano Ronaldo launched Nike’s “Living Room Cup” campaign on Sunday. The campaign aims to encourage people to stay active while staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Each week, a different Nike athlete will post a fitness challenge to their followers on social media, prompting them to beat their best. For the first challenge, Ronaldo shared [
Raffat Altekrete is battling the coronavirus one shopping cart at a time
I don’t remember doing it, but at some point in the last week I must have turned on my Apple News alerts. “The Dow fell more than 900 points on Friday,” one read. Then another: “Who will be saved, and who won’t?” And another: “How the coronavirus will permanently change our world. Also: The incredible power of walking.” And another: “The Dow posted a 2,000 jump as negotiations in Congress continued.”
Hannah Whitfield, 31, works for the Labour party; Imran Mahamedally, 44, works on the London underground – where they met
Double Olympic judo champion Teddy Riner believes that staging the Tokyo Games in 2021 will put all athletes on an equal footing after the sports extravaganza was postponed for a year due to the coronavirus outbreak.