YouTuber Shawn Lee Plays ‘Asphalt 9: Legends’ on a Huawei Honor Play

YouTuber Shawn Lee recently had the opportunity to try out the arcade racer Asphalt 9: Legends on a brand-new Huawei Honor Play phone. Check out the video below:

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Why Constantine is a Great Addition to DC’s ‘Legends of Tomorrow’

What makes DC’s Legends of Tomorrow so great? Is it the swashbuckling adventures? The ragtag team of misfits? The undeniable chemistry and love amongst the team members? Yes. Yes to all of that! With the action-packed exploits, tender moments of love — both romantic and familial — The CW series hits all the right notes to keep audiences entertained. Which is why we are so excited by the prospects of Constantine joining the show.

After battling an immortal warrior, a speedster, and a demon, not to mention Nazis from Earth X, saving Helen of Troy, and befriending Jonah Hex, the team could use a helping hand on their next missions. While the Legends have never been more solid, their new foes might be a little out of their wheelhouse. In Season 4, as magic prevails, John Constantine is stepping foot on the Wave Rider and he couldn’t be a better fit.

The Embodiment of Constantine

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Matt Ryan has been embodying this character since the original solo Constantine series premiered in 2014 on NBC. He gave viewers 13 episodes of angels and demons, curses and possessions, and of course, cigarettes. Ryan reprised the role in Arrow Season 4 Episode 5 “Haunted” as well as the CW Seed animated series Constantine: City of Demons. Meaning, not only has this actor been living and breathing John Constantine, but he’s passionate about keeping this role on our screens and fully diving into his story.

And if that weren’t enough, like the character of Constantine himself, Ryan is from the UK, which means he gets to use his natural accent (sorry Mick, Amaya, and Jax). Forget Keanu Reeves’ Constantine, Ryan’s version embraces the characteristics set forth in the comics, including his bisexuality. Viewers were given a glimpse of it when he first graced the Waverider, but now that Sara and Ava are pretty much settled down, it’s time to move on and ship Constantine with EVERYONE!

The Magical Mind of Constantine

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While some like to keep their science-fiction separate from fantasy, the Arrowverse prefers to combine and explore both genres, especially on Legends of Tomorrow. Last season launched the magical side for Legends with Damien Darhk and the demon Mallus. But Damien wasn’t the only magical Darhk, he introduced our Legends to his daughter Nora who is set to play a huge part in the upcoming season.

Enter Constantine, occultly experienced lone wolf who is ready take on the magical side of DC. With his addition to the team, the Legends will receive another badass character, but also someone who is informed about and is an expert on the occult and witchcraft. The team is full of brawn but sometimes lacks brains. Yes, Nate is a diligent historian, and Ray is the expert in the sciences, but when it comes to magic, they need John and his array of mystical knowledge.

The Isolation of Constantine

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As for the lone wolf aspect of Constantine, he’s amongst peers. The Waverider has always been inhabited by people who prefer to go it alone. It wasn’t until Rip Hunter gathered them that most of our Legends became a family. Remember when Sara came aboard? And now she’s captain! While Constantine is set in his ways, and “notoriously doesn’t work well in a team”, over time, just as the others have found that they work better together, hopefully, John Constantine will discover this about himself too.

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The addition of John really presents a whole slew of wonderful opportunities and engaging storylines. Ryan himself spoke about the upcoming interactions between Constantine and the team, noting “these are relationships that have not been explored in the comic books, so they’re all being discovered for the first time“. Which means viewers may get to see him challenge Sara’s leadership, become either besties, enemies, or frenemies with the hothead Mick Rory, and probably get quickly annoyed by boy-scout Ray Palmer’s incessant interest in understanding magic. Regardless, the Waverider is about to become incredibly exciting and a lot more magical!

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‘League of Legends’ to gain insights into mental models

Psychology researchers have used the game League of Legends to advance our understanding of how people build ‘mental models’ — the mental tools that allow people to make use of complex systems. The researchers found that mental models are developed in three distinct stages — findings that have the potential to inform everything from workplace training to video-game development.
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Drummer Max Weinberg on His ‘Jukebox’ Tour, Sharing the Stage with Bruce Springsteen and the Loss of Music Legends

Max Weinberg’s has spend 43 years touring the world with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. And in between his job with the Boss, the 66-year-old drummer managed to hold down a post as bandleader for Conan O’Brien’s late night talk show. Turns out, he doesn’t do well with downtime.

After finishing the “River” tour in February, the longtime E Street Band drummer was ready to try something new. Enter Max Weinberg’s Jukebox, an interactive concert experience where the audience gets to pick the set list and hear Max and his revolving band play them as they were meant to be played. Below, we caught up with the drumming legend to find out more about his latest tour, how destiny brought him and Bruce Springsteen together and how he’s coping with the loss of some of music’s biggest legends.

How was Max Weinberg’s Jukebox born?
“I’m a drummer who loves to sit in with musicians and other bands. Fortunately I’ve had 43 years of the greatest platform in existence with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. When I got off the River tour, our last tour at the end of February, I took a month off or so and my manager asked, ‘What’s next?’ And I said, ‘You tell me.’ And he shared this idea of putting on show built off of playing songs that everyone want to hear. He described it and the idea is that it’s a human jukebox. We play two hours of all audience requests from a revolving list of about 300 songs from the ’60s and ’70s. The songs that I grew up with and feel particularly close to. One thing we noticed on tour so far is that the people who come to see it — and we’ve been very happy with the turnout — they love hearing these songs played with respect. We cover the English invasion, The Beatles, The Stones, The Who, Manfred Mann, The Zombies. There is some Neil Diamond, we throw in a Bon Jovi tune. It’s a great repertoire of music. Being of that era, I respect the original arrangement, the original feel of these songs. And of course we get a nice contingent of Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band fans who like to hear his songs played by someone who has played on the records.”

Who’s on stage with you?
“I have a revolving cast of characters. I have a team. I group of different people composed of musicians I’ve played with through the years who are familiar with this sort of genre and vocabulary of music. You have to be attentive to detail. I look for musicians from bands who are familiar with The Beatles catalog. Some of them might play in a local Beatles Tribute Band, because those musicians tend to be focused on the details of what made those records great. I don’t think there’s any songs in the repertoire that people haven’t heard played through the years at weddings, bar mitzvahs, sweet sixteen parties or proms. It’s really fun. It is a chance to really forget about the external world and find your reverie in great classic songs. The ’60s to late ’70s are part of the golden age of rock and roll.”

What are some of your most requested Bruce Springsteen songs?“Every night, without fail, someone asks for “Thunder Road,” “She’s the One” and “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out,” and we always fulfill that request. This is a party, it’s not a really a concert. You become one with the audience. It’s very interactive and the excitement level is high. We create an atmosphere where people are welcome to participate. It’s you, calling out the songs, played the way you want to hear them and that creates a very personal experience for the audience. For example, somebody called out “I Can See For Miles” by The Who and that song probably came out when I was a junior in high school. So I would imagine myself as Keith Moon , and I would channel him. When we were recording the River album, Bruce encouraged me on some of the songs to play like Keith Moon, he was a drummer was that was very vocative of that era, and I can do that. I’m not Keith Moon but I can channel that kind of energy and approach.”

The music industry has lost so many legends lately from Tom Petty to David Bowie to Prince. Are you honoring those late artists through your show?
“Absolutely. And a lot of their songs are on my playlist. Almost every night we play “Breakdown” and “American Girl” by Petty. We do “Handle With Care,” from George Harrison and The Traveling Wilburys, which the audience love. And from Bowie we often play “Rebel Rebel” and “The Jean Genie.” It’s been a tough couple of years. You get into that age group where you start losing people and losing people in such a sudden fashion like Prince and Tom Petty, it’s been tough. There’s enough going on in the world.”

Why do you think now more than ever are music and the arts so important?
“Bruce once said that our job is to go into your town, shake the rafters and allow you to dance all of these problems away for a couple of hours, and then fly back out of town. And my experience in that approach is to be 100 percent engaged at all times. With the Jukebox tour, I get to use the verbal chops I developed on seventeen years of late night TV as the bandleader for Conan O’Brien. It comes out naturally in the interaction with the audience and that’s a real fun aspect of it. The moment I come out on stage I explain what the audience will see, and people appreciate a performer talking to them. You get to see how the sausage is made musically on the stage. It’s very in the moment so I’m having an absolute ball.”

Bruce is known for his epic tours. How do you keep you stamina?
“At 66, there are several things you need do. First you need a lot of sleep, you really have to take care of yourself and you have to eat right. You’ve got to recognize that being a drummer is extraordinarily physical when you play for four or five hours with the E Street Band, you’ve got to be able to maintain that, not just get through it but you’ve got to be able to maintain the band. And another thing about playing with Bruce, is I have to be able to play longer than Bruce because he can stop whenever he wants and I can’t. It comes down to discipline, dedication and diet. It’s hard work whether its Bruce or my own band or anyone else I’ve played with. You got to commit yourself 100 percent, and naturally after 42 years that ethos rubbed off on me, and I like to think it rubbed off on the people who I’ve been associated with.”

Did you think when you answered that Village Voice ad at the age of 23 that you would end up where you are today?
“I’d like to think yes — I think there was a certain destiny. When I was a teenager I didn’t think that I would playing the drums professionally at 66. I always loved playing the drums, but there were other things I certainly could have done and had intended to do. When I met Bruce, I was on my way to finishing college and I was going go to law school. I was so idealistic about music that I wanted that idealism in place and fortunately for me with the E Street Band I’ve been able to do that. The odds are not even one in a million to bump up against a real true pioneer and a genius like Bruce Springsteen — they don’t exist. It’s a lot of luck, I think destiny and I worked really hard as a kid in drumming to get jobs, and then in the late ’60s I started to get serious about playing music. I was extremely idealistic about it, and I’ve been very fortunate to be able to maintain that in the face of everything you need to go through to be a musician.”

Is there you wish you had the chance to jam with?
“John Lennon comes to mind. I did see him crossing the street once in Manhattan in the ’70s. But I’ve been fortunate to play with so many people who I idolize and still do. You know specifically having the experience being the family music director on a late night TV show for 17 years, I’ve had the opportunity to perform with so many incredible artists and backing vocalists.

How many big Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band tours do you think you have left in you?
“I don’t think about retiring. As long as people wanna hear those songs, and we want to play them. I’m going to continue doing this for as long as I can. It’s really fun.”

Catch Max Weinberg’s Jukebox in the following cities and learn more about the tour here.

Nov 2 Tupelo Music Hall Derry, NH
Nov 4 Hollywood Casino Charles Town, WV
Nov 5 Diana Wortham Theater Asheville, NC
Nov 17 Landmark Theater Port Washington, NY
Nov 18 Landis Theater Vineland, NJ
Dec 3 Daryl’s House Pawling, NY
Dec 8 Newton Theater Newton, NJ
Dec 9 Winchester Music Tavern Cleveland, OH

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Glen Campbell: Musicians React to Country Legend’s Death

Glen Campbell's impact on musicians from all genres was evident in the remembrances and outpourings of grief following the Country Music Hall of Fame member's death Tuesday at 81. The "Wichita Lineman" singer had been in the final stages of Alzheimer's disease in Nashville.

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See Kelsea Ballerini’s Soaring ‘Legends’ on ‘Fallon’

Kelsea Ballerini was a busy bee in New York on Tuesday, performing her latest single, the nostalgic "Legends," on Good Morning America and later on The Tonight Show Featuring Jimmy Fallon. With her appearances, Ballerini also revealed her upcoming album's title, Unapologetically, and its release date of November 3rd.

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Weird Washington: Your Travel Guide to Washington’s Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

Weird Washington: Your Travel Guide to Washington’s Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

Ah, Washington: evergreens, coffee, rock, and rain. That’s pretty much it, right? Well, no. There is a whole lot of weird going on in our state. Washington is home to some of the weirdest travel destinations, scariest legends, and most colorful folks in the United States.Because there are so many odd and unusual tales, cemeteries, beasts, and people here, it took two authors to traverse the state to document it all. With cameras and notepads, and apples (of course) in hand, Jefferson Davis and Al Eufrasio boldly ventured the highways and byways, back roads and forests, shorelines and mountaintops to investigate all the state has to offer. For starters, there are lots of unexplained events here–in fact, we’re ranked number two in the whole country for mysterious phenomena: America’s only unsolved hijacking happened here; look up, but watch out for raining rocks, mysterious flying men, and UFOs; look down, and you might uncover a body turned to soap in Crescent Lake or deadly monsters in Lake Washington.Where else can you find a tribute to a giant squirting razor clam? Discover Ozette, our own Pompeii of the Pacific Northwest, cruise by Gospodor’s monumental controversy on your way to Gravity Hill, but if that’s Bigfoot you see, no worries because here in Washington, Bigfoot saves lives Investigate the elusive Northwest tree octopus, feed a hungry ghost at Starvation Heights, and see what’s not going on in Aberdeen. Yes, Washington is a whole lot weirder than you ever imagined, and "Weird Washington" is here to show and tell you all about it.
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Legends of the New Worlds: The Next Chapter

Legends of the New Worlds: The Next Chapter

The years pass slowly and uneventfully in the kingdoms of Hagville and Crystal City. The Royals are coming of age in both kingdoms and are being informed of their imminent attendance at school. With the beginning of her schooling and the impending nuptials of her brother, Prince Matthew, Princess Serenity of Crystal City cannot contain her excitement in anticipation of her brother’s wedding and her journey to finishing school. This will be her biggest and best adventure ever Prince Elgrin lives in a dreary castle in Hagville with his parents Queen Hag and King Minos. The sun never shines brightly there and the weather is always overcast. In general, things are a little dull and dreary. Get ready for the next part of this awesome adventure with Princess Serenity, Prince Elgrin, and all their little friends. What mysteries will the young royals unravel on their journey? Come along and find out in Legends of the New Worlds: The Next Chapter, the second book in a series. Shelly Katheryn has been writing stories since she was in third grade. This is her second published book. She lives on a large farm in western Manitoba with the love of her life. Publisher’s website: http: //

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