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Barbarians first (and likely only) season impresses

January 23, 2021 — Historical dramas can often lead to some of the finest cinematic moments in film and television. Leading the charge in the current zeitgeist is the German Original series Barbarians. FULL STORY »

Cancel Culture: The Legacy of ‘Ghost of Tsushima’

December 28, 2020 — The cultural legacy of Ghost of Tsushima is a prime example of how social justice virtue-signaling has no place in gaming culture. If the online mobs had it their way, over $250,000 USD would not have been raised to help renovate and mend a forgotten yet historically significant Japanese island — that of Tsushima itself.


Secrets of the Jungle

December 9, 2020 — Archaeologists have discovered tens of thousands of ancient paintings dating back some 12,500 years in the Colombian jungle. These prehistoric depictions of animals and humans were found adorning cliff faces that stretch across nearly eight miles. On top of that, some depict long-extinct ice age animals. According to the Daily Mail, archaeologists were stunned to find countless human handprints at the site, as well. Funded by the European Research Council, the British-Colombian team had no idea what awaited them in the Chiribiquete National Park — but is now finally ready to share the remarkable discovery with the world. FULL STORY »

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