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Takeaways on the state of the global games market

The gaming industry will continue to stabilize, a Newzoo report found, with the market projected to generate yearly revenues of $212.4 billion in 2026, bolstered by console sales and mobile games.
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3 takeaways on the state of the global games market (hint: it's growing) Click to view images

The global games market will generate $187.7 billion in 2023, up nearly 3 % from last year, a new report from Newzoo projects.

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Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste is a therapist now — and he's not the only musician to switch careers Click to view images

Grizzly Bear frontman Ed Droste announced he is now a California-licensed therapist in Los Feliz. He's not the only musician to switch his career.

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People turned Hilary into a meme with videos from the Universal Studios tour — and LA Metro had the best response Click to view images

Flood footage poured in during Hilary, but some jokingly shared videos from the Universal Studios tour, prompting LA Metro to respond.

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Commentary: Complaining that Tropical Storm Hilary was overhyped? Welcome to the club, L.A. Click to view images

Storm experts say we should reflect on what was unique about the tropical storm for Californians and why it's important to stay humble, even if your patio chairs didn't get blown over this time.

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Wedding Crashers (Taylor's Version): Swifties swarm Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley's nuptials Click to view images

Taylor Swift attracted a lot of attention from her fans while attending the weekend wedding of Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley in New Jersey.

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How right-wing-endorsed country sensation Oliver Anthony scored a left-field No. 1 hit Click to view images

A few weeks ago, Oliver Anthony was an unknown. Today, thanks to a bare-bones song and video heralded by right-wing pundits, he sits atop the Billboard Hot 100.

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A home, an office and a park demonstrate that design can be environmentally conscious — and look good Click to view images

Ditching concrete for wood, reinventing the court apartment, and rehabilitating old landfill as parkland show how designers are tackling climate change.

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