GameSpot has officially kicked off Play For All--a celebration of all things gaming. Join us as we bring you the summer's hottest news, previews, interviews, features, and videos, as well as raise money for Black Lives Matter and COVID-19 relief efforts with the help of our friends from around the gaming world. Check out the Play For All schedule for more. … [Read more...] about EA Sports UFC 4 Reveal Is Finally Happening Soon After Several Leaks
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Three generations of the Lee family have owned Lee Flower and Card Shop since 1945, decorated the White House, and recently advised Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser on the reopening of businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic. But in 1968, the Lee family was not sure whether the neighborhood would survive. … [Read more...] about Black business owners on Washington’s historic U Street see echoes of 1968
"I didn't take him to be a guy like that, to be a bit of a sore loser, I feel like I'm getting that out of him. But, again if he wants to act like that, so be it, it'll make punching him in the face even easier." … [Read more...] about Alex Volkanovski Says Max Holloway’s A ‘Sore Loser,’ I’m Gonna Hurt Him!!
Busiek: "The reason this was a big deal in the industry was that Carol had been so important to the comic direct sales market. She was important to the Marvel side of it but really to all of it. [Sales head] Bob Wayne at DC was in competition with Marvel. But he wasn't in competition with Carol. Because Carol was doing things to let Bob do his job better. Bob, to his credit, was trying to do the same. But to the people at DC, Eclipse, whatever, Carol was a voice of wisdom, experimentation, analysis. Pretty much every facet of the comics industry knew Carol as somebody who was a dynamo of energy, making their lives better. She was specifically a Marvel employee, but like I said, her vision of her job was 'make the pool bigger, make everything float better, and we'll get the best out of it.'" … [Read more...] about An oral history of Carol Kalish: the most important comic book figure you’ve never heard of
Our global coronavirus live blog is covering updates as they transpire: here are some of the latest developments. The WHO has acknowledged new evidence that the coronavirus spreads more widely in the air than it had previously suggested. Doctors may be missing signs of serious and potentially fatal brain disorders triggered by Covid-19, neurologists have warned. Today they publish details of more than 40 UK patients who have suffered complications ranging from brain inflammation and delirium to nerve damage and stroke – in some cases the problem was their first and main symptom. The cases reveal a rise in acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (Adem). One woman aged 59 died of the complication. … [Read more...] about Wednesday briefing: Rishi Sunak to deliver coronavirus mini-budget