The lineup of performers planned to appear at the third annual Hinterland Music Festival in St. Charles, Iowa had been confirmed.
Source: Hinterland Music Festival Announces 2017 Lineup
Jimmy Iovine built a trailblazing label. Now he’s aiming for new heights as he forges a content plan for Apple Music.
Source: Jimmy Iovine Aims High for Apple Music With New Content plan | Variety
The Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience brings an audiovisual feast to fans of the show. You’ll lose your head…but in a good way. Not literally. Sorry, Ned Stark.
Source: ‘Game of Thrones’ concert melds powerful music, giant LED screens – CNET
Smart-television maker Vizio has agreed to pay $2.2 million US to authorities to settle allegations that its televisions collected information on what 11 million viewers were watching, without their consent.
Source: Vizio televisions secretly tracked viewership in U.S. without consent – Business – CBC News
Arthur and his knights have shaped the modern representation of modern heroes.
Source: Why the Legend of King Arthur Still Resounds Today
From a breath-taker in Beverly Hills to a tropical escape in Belize, these dreamy properties will finally become a reality this year. See Forbes Travel Guide’s top picks.
Source: 13 Most Anticipated Hotel Openings Of 2017
Two photographers behind Apple’s latest “Shot on iPhone” campaign share their top tips for shooting creative iPhone photos at night.
Source: Night Photography Tips – Take iPhone Picture At Night
Tim Steiner has a work of art inked on him, but he’s only the “temporary frame”. He was tattooed a decade ago by Belgian artist Wim Delvoye – know for his controversial work on pigs – the design on his back he volunteered to be the canvas for involving a haloed Madonna, a Mexican-style skull, swallows, rose, joe fish and children frolicking among lotus flowers and taking 40 hours to complete. In 2008, the work, entitled TIM, was sold to German art collector Rik Reinking, with Steiner getting a third of the sum.
Source: Man sells his tattooed skin to art collector who will have him flayed when he dies | The Independent