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Some Xbox One Games That May Be Announced As Backwards Compatible At E3

by Alex Beanon May 23, 2016
E3 – the Electronic Entertainment Expo to be held in Los Angeles from on June 14-16, 2016 – is typically the site of many and various announcements from major companies on their products and Microsoft will be no different as they are expected to announce a variety of video games that will be backward compatible […]
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Rumble Coming To River City This Summer On Nintendo

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2016
This summer will be busy for Nintendo as they will be bringing Natsume’s “River City: Tokyo Rumble” to North America and the Nintendo 3DS and the game is currently one of the games Natsume plans to feature as a playable title at the Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] in Los Angeles in June. Originally launched in […]

Sony PlayStation Touts Its New Vue

Sony PlayStation Touts Its New Vue

by Alex Beanon June 22, 2015
Sony PlayStation’s Vue – its new cloud-based television service was launched in March 2015 and now has expanded to Los Angeles and San Francisco markets in an announcement made at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] last week in Los Angeles…
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Get Your Christmas Gifts Wrapped by Boxtrolls in Los Angeles

by Ed Liuon December 20, 2014
LAIKA has let us know that the Boxtrolls Gift Wrapping Truck will be wending its way through Los Angeles through Monday, December 22, 2014, with 20 scheduled stops from Venice, Santa Monica, Glendale, Burbank, and Los Angeles proper. The truck is part of the Boxtrolls’ partnership with 93.1 JACK-FM on their Toys for Tots drive. […]

Hollywood Costume Exhibit In Los Angeles

Hollywood Costume Exhibit In Los Angeles

by Alex Beanon September 5, 2014
The Hollywood Costume Exhibit – featuring more than 150 actual costumes worn from movies such as “The Addams Family”, “Edward Scissorhands”, “Harry Potter” films and many others – is coming to Los Angeles from October 2 to March 2, 2015 and is sponsored by the Victoria and Albert Museum of London…
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Annie Awards Issues Call For Submissions

by Alex Beanon September 3, 2014
The International Animated Film Society has issued a call for submissions for the 42nd Annual Annie Awards. There are 36 categories for 2015 including a new category – Best Character Animation in a Video Game – and a “Special Productions” category for animation not released in the USA but created during 2014. Other than excepted […]

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Hello Kitty Is Actually Kitty White

by Alex Beanon August 27, 2014
Hello Kitty was created by Sanrio in Japan in 1974, not as a cat, but rather, as a little girl/cartoon character named Kitty White. According to University of Hawai’i anthropologist Christine Yano, who will curate the Hello Kitty 40th Anniversary exhibit at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles next month, Kitty White is […]
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Hello Kitty Getting Its Own Con

by Alex Beanon June 7, 2014
It seemed like only a matter of time. Sanrio, the marketer of the hugely popular Hello Kitty products, made its Comic Con debut last year in San Diego and that went so well that Sanrio has decided they will just have their own Hello Kitty Con up the road in Los Angeles this year. The […]

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Sword Art Online II Making An Anime Expo 2014 Appearance

by Alex Beanon May 19, 2014
The premiere USA screening of “Sword Art Online II” will be shown at the Anime Expo 2014 in Los Angeles this summer. In addition, SAO series author Reki Kawahara and illustrator/character designer abec will both be in attendance and participating in panels, autograph sessions and special events. The “Sword Art Online II” premiere screening will […]
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Lee Marshall, Voice Actor for Tony the Tiger, 1949-2014

by Dan Collinson May 9, 2014
E! Online reports that radio announcer Marshall Aaron Mayer aka “Stagger” Lee Marshall died on April 26th, 2014 of esophageal cancer. He was 64. Marshall started as a radio announcer at KRIZ in Phoenix, Arizona at the age of 14, when he lied about his age with his deep voice.  He later did radio in […]