Alto’s Odyssey is coming to Android next month

Serene snowboarding game Alto’s Odyssey is finally making its way to Android next month. It was released on iOS back in February. Once again, Team Alto will be partnering with Noodlecake Studios to handle porting the sequel. And like the Android version of Alto’s Adventure before it, it looks like Odyssey will be free on Android and supported by ads and in-app purchases, instead of the one-time purchase offered on iOS. It’s yet another indication of the piracy problem that tends to plague premium Android games and apps on the platform. Alto’s Odyssey is coming to Android next month! Pre-Register today on @GooglePlay and be the first to get notified… Read More

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Gina Rodriguez is using her Emmy campaign money to send an undocumented student to college

Every year in advance of the Emmy nominations, TV networks and studios shell out massive sums of money on campaigns to promote their submitted creatives and shows. The promotions, aptly labeled “For Your Consideration” (or FYC), can range from billboards and bus ads around Los Angeles and New York to show-branded swag and screeners sent to TV Academy members. It’s an expensive process, and it often fails to pay off. This year, Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez has convinced The CW that 2018’s FYC money for the show would be better spent funding a college scholarship for an undocumented Latinx student. Per the Hollywood Reporter, Rodriguez — who has… Read More

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John Reszetnik, Suspect Accused Of Pushing Toronto Man In Front Of Subway, Appears In Court

TORONTO — A Toronto man accused in the death of another man who was allegedly pushed in front of a train at one of the city’s busiest subway stations has been remanded in custody until next month. John Reszetnik, 57, has been charged with one count of first-degree murder in the Monday morning incident at Bloor-Yonge station. He appeared briefly in court today, where his case put over until July 17. Reszetnik, wearing a hooded white jumpsuit, stayed silent during the proceedings except to affirm to his lawyer that he was comfortable with the next court date. At a news conference last night, Det. Rob North said the accused in… Read More

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STUCK

Intro | The Game | The System | The Golden Case | The Search | The Network | The Survivor | The Patient | The Revolving Door Three million refugees escaping the Syrian civil war have flowed into neighbouring Turkey. There’s a streamlined process to help them, but others trying to travel through the country in hopes of better lives in Europe aren’t so lucky. This project is about those millions of others — asylum seekers and migrants from Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and throughout Africa — who have fled war and repression, but are often caught in limbo. STUCK follows their journeys through Turkey’s two-tiered immigration process, and reveals the… Read More

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N.J. could create Anthony Bourdain Food Trail to honor late celebrity chef

Bourdain, the famed cook, writer and host of the CNN series “Parts Unknown” grew up in Leonia Watch video New Jersey is considering honoring celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain with a food trail. The famed cook, writer and host of the CNN series “Parts Unknown” killed himself nearly two weeks ago in a luxury hotel in France. The 61-year-old was born in New York, but grew up in the New Jersey suburb of Leonia. Anthony Bourdain got Jersey right. Take it from a fellow food guy Democratic New Jersey Assemblyman Paul Moriarty on Monday introduced a resolution that would require the Travel and Tourism Division to establish the “Anthony Bourdain Food… Read More

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