Love him or hate him, Bruce Springsteen is one of the most popular and celebrated musicians on this planet. With an enormous world wide audience of hardcore fans, he and his E Street Band sell out venues everywhere they travel, night after night. He’s been making music all his life but the Brruuuuuuucceee! that people know now began his career in 1972 and hasn’t really stopped.
A new documentary, Springsteen & I, chronicles the impact Bruce and his music have had on a number of people, as told in their own words. Using almost nothing except footage submitted by fans during a two week period in November of 2012, it’s a unique and deeply intimate portrait of the power of music. (more…)
A couple of weeks ago, DC Comics launched the first issue of their new Batman ’66 comic series. This new digital series is part of a new Warner Bros. merchandise line, announced in March, celebrating the famous television series. While the rest of the line features overpriced shirts, new six inch figures and a Catwoman Barbie doll, the true highlight of what’s been announced so far is this new digital comic series.
The real life French city of Carcassonne is a huge hilltop fortress with a history that dates back thousands of years. The tile-laying modern board game classic was originally published in 2000 but continues on today as one of the greater “gateway” games available, frequently mentioned in the same sentence as Ticket To Ride or Settlers Of Catan.