Before the two rivals finally decided that fusing together to become Gogeta would be the best way for them to defeat the mad Saiyan, they attempted to take down Broly by going Super Saiyan Blue and unleashing their most powerful attacks. While Goku unleashed his trademark energy blast of Kamehameha, Vegeta went to his patented Galick Gun in order to defeat the insane antagonist. Needless to say, neither of these attacks were enough to take down Broly, especially once he became a Super Saiyan himself following his father's death! … [Read more...] about Dragon Ball Super Broly Artwork Reimagines Epic Goku-Vegeta Attack
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Sanskriti and Prakrati take women empowerment a notch higher. At a time, when artistes taking up playing the classical instruments like sitar and santoor is on the decline, the sisters carved a niche and are proud of their musical choice. Trained by their father sitar player Lokesh Wahane, the duo perform solo but are mostly known for their musical jugalbandis on stage. Prakrati was nine when she heard the sounds of santoor and sarod but was drawn to santoor because of its unique sound. She says, “Ever since pandit Shivkumar Sharma brought it to classical music, the instrument has kindled interest even among youngsters. Now we also have women playing it.” Calling the Hyderabad show an opportunity for three young women to showcase their musical abilities, she says. “We promise to come out in flying colours.” … [Read more...] about All-women concert: It is girl power at its best
Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - Five emerging artists or groups will have the chance to engage with traditional disciplines of Vietnamese performing arts and music via a residency programme which will start on March 1. Young artists who focus on new and transdisciplinary forms of music are eligible to apply. The artists can also collaborate with one or more artists from other disciplines such as theatre, poetry, literature, visual arts, performing arts and new media to create collaborative and cross-genre works. The artworks should be relevant to artistic materials of the five traditional music genres, namely chau van (spiritiual singing), ca tru (ceremonial singing), quan ho (love duets), tuong (classical drama) and cheo (traditional operetta). The selected artists will have access to an in-depth database of these traditional musical and performing arts and have a chance to meet experts and artists of these genres. The programme Shape of Music has been initiated by the independent … [Read more...] about Contemporary music, heritage comes together
This week, Rockstar Games updated its website with some mysterious new art, which in turn prompted an eruption of Grand Theft Auto VI rumors and speculation. At the time, none of this new and unconventional artwork seemed to point to GTA 6, however, upon further inspection, one piece does seemingly hint at the next installment in the Grand Theft Auto series, which hasn't been announced yet, but is almost certainly in development for PS5 and Xbox Series X. … [Read more...] about Grand Theft Auto Fans Find New “Evidence” Pointing to GTA 6 Reveal
At the time, though, I was not in such an understanding mood. I took it back a few days later (long drive, so making the journey took a little planning) but the guy behind the counter told me that they don't offer refunds on opened software, so the best he could do was give me "trade-in value." I don't remember the exact amount but it was something like 15 or 20 bucks on a $60 game. (Plus tax, mind.) Which was total bullshit, but I was mad, so I did the whole "remove this blight upon my vision" routine and a minute later I walked out with no game and less money back than I'd spent on gas driving to the store. It was definitely one for the "L" column, but even now I can't say I entirely regret it. That game was such a disappointment. … [Read more...] about What’s the last game you refunded?