Star Trek vs. Star Wars – ever since 1977 when the original Star Wars movie came out, fans have been debating the merits of one sci-fi/fantasy universe over the other. While the stories pursue different lines in many ways, every fan has their own secret fantasy about what might happen if the two franchises ever came together on the big screen.
Will The Get Down prove another#Netflix hit? Netflix just released the first six episodes of its hip- hop musical fantasy to mixed reviews, after multiple delays and a production that reportedly swelled to $120 million.
Tonight and tomorrow night are the optimal times to view the Perseid meteor shower that decorates the night sky every year between late July and mid to late August. This year’s show of shooting stars promises to be more spectacular than usual, although you’ll have to stay up past midnight to catch it at its peak.
Frank Ocean and a new album release date in November? Fans hopes for the release of Boys Don’t Cry, one of the year’s most highly anticipated albums, were raised and then dashed this week and they vented their frustrations on social media with a creative flair. Boys Don’t Cry will be the follow up to channel ORANGE, his hugely successful Grammy-winning 2012 release.
Quantum computing is making its way towards everyday reality, with the power to revolutionize computer technology. Just this week, scientists from around the world have made breakthroughs that bring that reality even closer.
No matter what the medal count or who takes the podium at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, many Brazilians feel they’ve already lost as thousands have taken to the streets to protest. Police broke up a demonstration Friday on the eve of the opening ceremonies as Brazil’s activists continue their year long fight against corruption and economic instability.
Netflix’ The Get Down spawned rumors of an overblown budget amid multiple production delays, but early reviews suggest that director Baz Luhrmann extravagant gamble may prove to be the summer’s break out TV hit. Chronicling the birth of hip hop in the South Bronx, the series blends fantasy and reality with a young Black and Latino cast.