Jenna Bensoussan

Jenna Bensoussan is an entertainment, lifestyle and wellness writer and editor. She served as executive editor for Smart Talk Magazine, associate editor for Counselor Magazine, and continues to serve as contributing editor for ACED Magazine. She has also contributed to newspapers such as the Boynton Times. Bensoussan holds a B.A. in communication and public relations from Florida Atlantic University.

Celebrities Take a Swing at the Daddy’s Home Celeb Tennis Event

Yesterday’s Desert Smash Celebrity Tennis Event played host to many celebrities and tennis stars. The event was put on to celebrate the Digital HD release of Daddy’s Home, and a VIP Daddy Lounge was set up at the event for the stars. Check out some pics from the event below, boasting such stars as Victoria Azarenka, Ja Rule, Bob and Mike Bryan and Cody Simpson. Everyone had a blast! Read more

The 100 Comes to a Crossroads, Exec Producer Jason Rothenberg Discusses

Executive Producer Jason Rothenberg previews an episode of The 100 that’s full of paranoia and distrust. The “Sky People” who live in Arkadia become more and more suspicious of one another. No one can be trusted. Spies are within and without. Lines are drawn and sides are taken. Who will chose which side?

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Total War: Warhammer Release Is Delayed

Citing the need to release a stellar quality game, SEGA and Creative Assembly announced a change to the release date for Total War: Warhammer, moving the launch of the game back by a month to the 24 May 2016.“This could be the best Total War game we’ve ever made. We don’t want to rush it.” said Mike Simpson, Creative Director for Total War, “It’s an enormous game and we also want to make absolutely sure reviewers have enough time to play it thoroughly before launch.”

“Many thanks to the huge number of people who have pre-ordered and are eagerly awaiting release day. We’re pulling out all the stops for you.”

With the game now set to release worldwide on the 24 May, the minimum and recommended specs have been finalized, revealing that Total War: Warhammer will be the first 64-Bit Total War title. CA is also releasing an additional ‘60fps+ Spec’ for those gamers looking to hit that threshold during battles, and has added additional detail on the frame rate performance you can expect from each specification.

A fantasy strategy game of legendary proportions, Total War: Warhammer combines an addictive turn-based campaign of conquest and empire-building with explosive, colossal, real-time battles, all set in the vivid and incredible world of Warhammer Fantasy Battles. Total War: Warhammer will release on May 242016 and is available now to pre-order on Steam.

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Me Like Bees Makes Honey-Gold in New EP There Will Be Time

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Me Like Bees is close to their next EP release, There Will Be Time on April 8. We had a chance to give it an early listen and weren’t disappointed. Anyone who is already a fan of the band will be happy with this new release. If you are new to the band and you like indie alt rock you should be pleasantly surprised by this melodious ensemble.  Read more

Vampire Diaries, Days of Future Past

Vampire Diaries will return April 1. Stefan must choose whether he will leave Damon behind to save himself in the future… Damon has a few things to figure out himself. And, let’s not forget the whole mysterious thing with Rayna, Enzo and Matt that’s cooking up. And … what does Stefan have to do with the timing of everything going to hell? Read more

Barns Courtney Kicks Off US Tour Next Week

Capitol Records will introduce U.K. artist Barns Courtney with a U.S. tour that kicks off next week at SXSW in Austin. He’ll perform at the NME, Americana Music Association and Paradigm showcases, the WFUV and Floodfest parties and a live KGSR broadcast. After SXSW, Barns Courtney will appear on the Western leg of Alt Nation’s Advanced Placement tour, beginning with a March 22 date at In The Venue in Salt Lake City and including an evening at Bahia in Los Angeles on March 30. Read more

Honey Bees with BackPacks Will Determine the Future of Food in the World

Bee populations around the world are dying out, with serious consequences for the global food supply, and no one really knows why. On the west coast of the U.S., the lack of honey bees available to pollinate crops is already having a drastic effect on the almond industry, while in China, people are beginning to do pollination by hand, Paulo de Souza, a CSIRO science leader in micro-sensing technologies, told Mashable Australia. Read more