Netflix released the official trailer for season two of Orange Is the New Black on Thursday, and summer can’t get here soon enough because Litchfield prison is promising to be “next-level crazy.”
The trailer begins with Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) in solitary confinement, a place she now calls home, thanks to a bloody brawl with Pennsatucky at the end of season one. We also get a glimpse at Morello replacing her jumpsuit with a wedding dress, and Red confronting an old friend of…
No need to look for Platform 9 3/4 — now Hogwarts will come to you.
Superfans of the book and film series have launched their own online version of Harry Potter‘s alma mater: Hogwarts is Here. The site offers a full catalog of Ministry-approved classes for “all aspiring witches and wizards” across the world.
BOSTON, Mass. — The Penny Arcade eXpo (PAX), America’s biggest consumer video-game convention, is adding a fourth annual date in Texas. PAX South will debut in San Antonio, Texas on January 23 to 25, 2015.
There has been a lot of interest recently in an upcoming series of lunar eclipses that begins April 15. These are usually described as “four blood moons” and taken by some to prophesy upcoming disasters.
The total lunar eclipse of April 15 will begin a so-called tetrad series of eclipses that is making the rounds online as a potential harbinger of doom, due in part to a recent book on the four blood moons that makes the dubious claim.
Investors are salivating over food delivery startups, at least judging from a series of funding announcements in recent weeks.
Munchery, a startup that provides same-day delivery for meals prepared by local chefs, announced Thursday that it raised a $28 million Series B round, bringing its total funding to date to about $35 million. The company intends to use the funding to expand its service to new cities beyond the Bay Area.