“Weird Al” Yankovic has been delighting audiences with his parodies of popular songs for decades, and later this year, will release a career-spanning boxed set. In preparation for its release, the.. The Verge
'Weird Al' Yankovic is about to release a career box set, 'Squeeze Box: The Complete Recordings of 'Weird Al' Yankovic.' That box set will include an official release of one of the first songs he ever.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Punch TV Studios announces launch of new animated division with legendary animators Floyd Norman and Leo Sullivan.
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Punch TV Studios continues expanding its.. PRWeb
Happy Monday, loyal readers. It's National Tortellini Day. We'll provide the headlines if you bring the marinara sauce. Let's do this. Local arcade hits 'pause' Sorry, Pac-Man fans: Coin-Op Game Room,.. bizjournals
Masaya Nakamura, whose company created the arcade-game character Pac-Man, helped shape the pastimes of Japanese and American children from the days of toy guns and wooden rides to the age of home.. Wall Street Journal
*By The Canadian Press*
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The University of Michigan collects video games.
Lots of them.
The Ann Arbor university's Computer and Video Game Archive features over 7,000.. CJME Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •Seattle Times
Local weather: Sunny, high of 19 Today's headlines Parents charged with neglect in son's death go missing; arrest warrants issued Minneapolis March against immigration ban draws 5,000 Lack of snow.. bizjournals
The legendary Brazilian soccer player Ronaldo will attend a groundbreaking ceremony for his new academy at the Balmoral vacation home resort in Haines City, near Florida on March 31st.
Masaya Nakamura, a Japanese toy and game entrepreneur whose company’s most enduring creation, Pac-Man, became a worldwide cultural touchstone, died on Jan. 22. A decade after Japan’s calamitous.. SFGate
*By Darrell Davis*
Both index fingers started hurting when I read the news: The man whose company gave Pac-Man to the world died last week.
Masaya Nakamura was 91. His company, Namco, was formed.. CJME
TOKYO (dpa-AFX) - Masaya Nakamura, known as the father of popular arcade game Pac-Man, died at the age of 91. Nakamura founded Japanese gaming company Namco in Tokyo in 1955, which was behind the ... FinanzNachrichten.de