Here's a complete rundown of every "Power Rangers" series in the franchise's 25-year history, from a superfan and someone who vaguely remembers yelling "Triceratops" as a kid.
How one puzzling boss fight ended poorly for a young space marine, and how more games should aspire to true hopelessness.
Two guys recently stopped by a city council meeting after a surf session in San Clemente, California, asking for a huge statue of the late "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker to be erected as a “beacon of headlights that can guide us down a dusty road.”
Chuck Berry's death has reignited familiar questions over how far critics should go in the impulse to conflate a musician’s work and character.
After Trump's budget called for ending public arts funding and hiking military spending, Cold War-era episodes about stripping public arts funding went live on YouTube.
How did Apple manage to break a record with an album that's also available on Spotify, with only 20 million users compared to Spotify’s 100 million? The answer, according to the Apple Music team, is the power of Beats 1 and OVO Sound Radio.
The moon doesn’t have an atmosphere or a magnetic field to protect us from the Sun, meteors or cosmic rays, so we can’t live on its surface.
We don't just live in the Golden Age of TV. We live in the Golden Age of TV titles.
"Nonparents are pariahs. The stereotypes aren't kind. Women are careerist and cold. Men are feckless and immature. Both are traitors to their nature."
The phenomenon of eggless pastries in India has a relatively straightforward explanation: A large portion of the population is Hindu and therefore vegetarian.
Atari's "Starship 1" has been hiding a "Hi Ron!" from the world all this time.
In the filmmaker Jennifer Crandall's new documentary project, Alabamans use Walt Whitman's most famous poem, "Song of Myself," as a conduit to speak about themselves.
In 1996, my uncle took part in a prayer ritual that left a woman dead. In the midst of new scandals, I began to wonder if his crime might be connected to the larger phenomenon of Korean religious cults.
Just who is Billy Yeager? And who would pay $18,000 for his record?
"Her Story" did wonders for reviving a seemingly dead gaming genre — and since then, many more developers have been having fun with real actors.
John Mayer can explain where he’s been. In fact, once he gets going, he probably won’t stop, given the amount of time he has spent in private processing his recent self-imposed irrelevance — the “lean years,” as he calls them.
The most daring auteur in Hollywood talks to GQ about revisiting the one place that seemed off-limits.
In last night's World Baseball Classic semi-final game against the US, Japanese second baseman Ryosuke Kikuchi had Dodgers organist Dieter Ruehle play the overworld theme from 'The Legend Of Zelda' as his walk-up music.
Liberal America has a Swedish fetish, and it's misguided and weird.
The Power Rangers may have saved Earth 839 times — at least once for every episode — but Margaret Loesch saved the Power Rangers.
That's our best stuff for today. Great job! Read more