The Rising of the Shield Hero is Coming to Grand Summoners (Exclusive)

Before the event starts, fans can begin playing a special board game beginning on March 26th dubbed “Shield Hero’s Crystal Quest!” and can roll a dice every day to win rewards, including crossover summon tickets and crystals before the new Shield Hero crossover event begins in April. Completing the first ten exclusive quests in the […]

Crunchyroll-Hime is Coming to Grand Summoners (Exclusive)

0commentsLucky fans attending Crunchyroll Expo this year over Labor Day weekend can find Rian Tachibana at the Crunchyroll-Hime and Crunchyroll Games Industry panels where she will open up about bringing the popular mascot to life. There will also be additional login bonuses available during the convention as well. For those wanting more information about how […]

Recap: Ariana Grande Can’t Find a Controversy

Much like last week, the cold open takes on a hodgepodge of headlines from the political news, including Ben Carson’s endorsement of Donald Trump and violence at the Trump rallies. The highlights here are the returns of Darrell Hammond, who playfully mugs his way through Trump, and Larry David, whose Bernie Sanders is a gentler […]

The moment Britain’s first great grand prix driver saluted Adolf Hitler

On the morning of race day, the serenity of the Mercedes camp was disturbed when Von Brauchitsch, the scion of a distinguished military family, chose the wrong moment to aim one of his patronising remarks at Lang, who had started his career as a mechanic. The two men were squaring up when Seaman stepped between […]

SAN FRANCISCO / Hotel dispute reaches City Hall / Mayor summons both sides to his office for talks

The contract dispute grew more bitter with a two-week strike by workers against four hotels — the Argent, Hilton, Mark Hopkins and Crowne Plaza — that began on Sept. 29. On Oct. 13, the employers locked out workers at the four hotels and 10 others in the 14-hotel group: the Palace, Fairmont, Hyatt Regency, St. […]

LOOKING FOR NEW DATES

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is working with sports bodies to arrange a July-August window for the postponed Tokyo Olympics in 2021 and hopes to confirm the schedule within a month, Japan’s Yomiuri newspaper reported yesterday. John Coates, the IOC’s Coordination Commission chief for Tokyo, told the Yomiuri that the Games would have to be […]

Leveling up the barcade: A visit to Chicago’s

Some of that I could live without—I’d rather not hear Human League’s “(Keep Feeling) Fascination” while I’m grocery shopping. But nostalgia does have one upside: the revival of the arcade. I spent much of the early ‘80s dropping quarter after quarter into the likes of Gorf, Crazy Climber, Donkey Kong, Ms. Pac-Man, Moon Cresta, and […]

Billie Jean King Says Serena Williams Is Treated Differently Than Male Athletes as WTA Backs Her

“If tennis would catch up with the 21st century and allow coaching on every point, the situation on the court would never have escalated to the level of absurdity that it did,” writes King for the Post. “Every player, after all, still has to play the match — she has to execute on every point, […]

Justin Rose wins gold in Olympic golf for Great Britain at Rio 2016

Stenson, playing the best golf of his career after the duel with Phil Mickelson at Royal Troon last month, started the final round one shot off the pace and had shot a bogey-free round with four birdies through 13 holes. But he was forced to summon the trainer to help with back issues on the […]

The Machiavelli of Maryland

But his work is not limited to armchair theorising. Readers who have been treated to Luttwak’s counterintuitive provocations on the op-ed page of the New York Times might be surprised to know that he considers writing an extra-curricular activity. For the past 30 years, Luttwak has run his own strategic consultancy – a sort of […]