7 things You Need to Know About Despacito

The Spanish language miracle tune “Despacito” has broken all records and put Spanish and Latino music back on the map. It has paved the way for a completely new generation of artists, put it’s homeland back on the list of desirable tourist spots and turned the recording industry upside down. It also made its performers Louis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee instant superstars!

Mobile Gaming on the Rise

We’ve come a long way from Ping Pong, Galaga and Double Dragon on arcade machines. Computer games have reigned supreme for decades now. But the tide is changing. Mobile smartphones and tablets are trying edge their way into the market slowly, but surely. Games like Kolikkopelit are becoming more popular than ever – and there are more people looking at mobile gaming than ever before.

Marvel Box Office Smashes

There was a time when superhero movies were ignored by critics and, in many cases, even by audiences. The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has changed all that, turning Iron Man, Black Widow, and Black Panther into household names. With the release of Avengers: Infinity War, the franchise’s total box office earnings is expected to pass $15 billion.

Take on Sin City Like a Vegas Icon

When it comes to planning a pampered retreat, few cities offer a VIP treatment like Las Vegas. From world-class spas, celebrity chef-helmed restaurants, top-notch nightlife and dazzling shows, ultra-resorts are ready to host your dream desert escapade. Over the years, some of the city’s most beloved icons have been trailblazers in defining the Vegas VIP experience for generations to come.

America’s Golden Age of Radio

During the 1930s, Americans’ main method of escape from war and poverty was radio. From thrilling mysteries to international news coverage, radio entertained and informed the American population like never before. In this infographic, Point Park University Online takes a visual look at the Golden Age of Radio.

The Magic of Music: 8 Musical Phenomena Explained

As a music lover and a musician, I think music is one of the most awesome things that we can experience in this thing called life. The joy of performing and listening to music forms a universal language that connects listeners across personal beliefs, cultures and even time. And yet despite how universal the experience of music is, there’s still a lot we don’t know about its effects on our bodies and minds.