Articles by Natalie Liang
A new breakthrough in body-sculpting has arrived, called LipoSelection, in which high-intensity ultrasound technology is used to literally melt the fat away.
Every girl's got that inevitable chocolate craving. So why not try out Chick Chocolates, an all-natural premium chocolate line created for women, by women.
From June 29 to July 2, Anime Expo made its presence known in Long Beach
Anime Expo 2006 was all the proof one needed to see how fully America has embraced the culture of Japanese animation...
Lionhead Studios' game The Movies offers a fun experience for those aspiring to take a chance in Tinseltown.
There are few who have not heard of "Riverdance," the dazzling spectacle of Irish dance and song that swept the nation in its debut. More than a decade later, this timeless show is still captivating audiences around the world.
Held in the joint Greater Columbus Convention Center and the Hyatt Regency, the Ohayocon convention boasted the best of Japanese culture, including anime and manga, cosplay, J-pop and J-rock, and other related things.
This highly-anticipated expansion to the highly successful Sims 2 series takes your sims out of the household and into the bustling nightlife.
Probably the most well-known con in the anime fandom, AX was in its 14th year and bigger than ever.
At first touted as a knock-off of the immensely popular Yu-Gi-Oh!, Duel Masters has grown into its own success, spawning a collectible card game (of course), a cartoon show, a comic book, and now a video game.
Poker craze has entered the gaming world. If you're lacking enthusiastic friends to play with, check out World Championship Poker for some card action.
Do you remember going to the demolition derby and laughing out loud in glee when cars slammed into walls or each other, and letting out a sigh of disappointment when their engines didn't ignite?
Definitely a calmer-paced game than today's slash-and-burn fare, Pro Fishing Challenge for the Xbox sets out to do exactly what its title proclaims - simulate the pro fishing experience, down to the smallest detail.
Atari and Firaxis have announced that Sid Meier's Pirates! has gone gold and is set for a U.S. in-store date of November 22.
Well-known entertainment industry professionals help create one of the year's most highly anticipated video games.
Blizzard's highly anticipated massively multiplayer online game to be released in time for the holiday season.
Tecmo's highly anticipated online fighting game has gone gold, and is set to hit store shelves in this Tuesday, October 26th.
The people at Koei have done it again, with a new game out for their historicallly-themed game fans - Samurai Warriors, for the PS2 and XBox.
Grave, the silent hero of 2002's Gungrave, returns to the PS2 in a sequel to the original game, but this time he's not alone.
Hector Macdonald explores the questions of morality in his new exciting, thought-provoking thriller of a novel.
Twenty lucky winners from around the world will get the chance to play Halo 2 multi-player before it hits shelves November 9, 2004.
The highly anticipated action/shooter, Star Wars Battlefront has officially gone gold on PS2, Xbox and PC and is scheduled to blast its way onto store shelves on Tuesday, September 21, 2004.
Reinforcements have arrived! Samurai Warriors Xtreme Legends for the PS2 is set for November release.
Third party publisher reveals that its controversial RPG title,Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne, has been given a Mature rating by governing board ESRB
In his newest book, Zen teacher John Tarrant tries to offer his readers an unusual path to happiness.
In talking with two friends who each traveled on LOT Airlines recently, I received conflicting reports - one thought it was just great and the other one disagreed. I was very eager to find out for myself just what this airline offered.
Gungrave: Overdose features more of everything that made its predecessor great: more adrenaline, more over-the-top action, more cell-shaded coolness, more outrageous story, more pumped-up volume, and more non-stop gameplay.
A follow-up to the success of Karaoke Revolution for the Playstation 2 computer entertainment system, Karaoke Revolution 2 promises only more fun and singing into the early hours of morning.
Since its first opening in 1922, the Hollywood Bowl has become famed for its sessions of music under the stars.
We've all heard the old fairytale: the princess who came across a frog in the road, kissed him, and watched him magically turn into a charming prince. Marilyn Anderson, however, reveals in her funny, witty new book "Never Kiss a Frog" the truth that these creatures will remain the swamp inhabitants they are.
"Little Black Book," a delightful new comedy from Director Nick Hurran?
If there was only convention an American anime fan could attend, Anime Expo 2004 was it. The largest Japanese animation convention in North America, Anime Expo gathered fans across the country for a full four days of workshops, panels, shows, contests, and all the anime a fan could want.
The largest and most well-known comic book convention in the world, Comic-Con International comes to San Diego boasting of four full days of comic programming, from current mainstream and alternative/indy press to comics history, comic strips, original art, illustrators, and related topics
Chicago would be thrilled to have some L.A. weather on July 16th and 17th when Millennium Park opens. Four years overdue and well over budget, the park promises to change the face of the city.