2 big names in video games take on Trump's immigration ban Image: Playdots By Adam Rosenberg2017-01-29 18:25:44 UTC The Trump administrations immigration ban has prompted a fast response from two of the bigger names in the world of video games: Vlambeer and Playdots. Starting at 7:00 p.m. ET on Saturday Vlambeer the Dutch studio behind Ridiculous Fishing Luftrausers and Nuclear Throne pledged to donate all revenue from the subsequent 24 hours to the American Civil Liberties Union…
'Call of Duty' developer takes us on a tour of the new Zombies map Image: Infinity Ward By Adam Rosenberg2017-02-08 20:12:15 UTC Rave in the Redwoods the new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Zombies map is pretty damn cool. I got a tour of the map on Feb. 7 from none other than Lee Ross associate project director on Infinite Warfares Zombies maps. For 20 rounds we smashed the undead and talked at length about Call of Duty broadcasting every moment of it on Facebook Live. You can watch the…
Photographs on index cards Galeries Paul Rosenberg, Paris, 1911–39, and Paul Rosenberg Gallery, New York, 1940–87 [PR III.3.] These cards—a few of the several thousand in the Rosenberg archives—replaced albums in Paul Rosenberg’s record keeping. They all represent objects that have been included in the Rosenberg’s private collections or gallery stock. MOMA Archives, NY
A man refuses to conform to life in a rural prison. Director: Stuart Rosenberg Writers: Donn Pearce (screenplay), Frank Pierson (screenplay), and 1 more credit » Stars: Paul Newman, George Kennedy and Strother Martin
Paul Rosenberg thinks climate change denial is worse than denying the Holocaust. Oh my.