Month: August 2022

There’s a lot of ways to describe Jordan Peele’s Nope: an update on “Watch the Skies!” sci-fi from the 1950s; a tribute to Steven Spielberg’s 1970s blockbuster building blocks (what if those Close Encounter of the Third Kind UFOs were just hungry, extraterrestrial great white sharks?); a 21st century meta-text about what we watch and
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It’s not the oldest stadium in the nation. That would be Franklin Field at the University of Pennsylvania. But it could be the most famous. The Rose Bowl was built in 1922 and is recognized as a U.S. National Historic Landmark and a California Historic Civil Engineering landmark. The stadium famous for its bowl game,
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In a late-Friday move Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper chain, executed layoffs at outlets across the country. While no official tally was available, journalists at the Athens (Georgia) Banner-Herald, (South Texas) Caller-Times, Columbia (Missouri) Daily Tribune, Ventura County Star, St. Cloud (Minnesota) Times, Monroe (Louisiana) News-Star, Billerica (Massachusetts) Minuteman, (Milwaukee) Journal Sentinel, Panama City (Florida)
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One of the biggest Barnes & Noble sales of the year has started and is offering 50% off hundreds of books, board games, planners, and more. Among the books offered are fiction, nonfiction, new releases, audiobooks, YA, and kids’ books. Below are some of the most popular titles offered. The prices listed factor in the
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The FBI recovered more than 20 boxes of items – some labelled top secret – during a search of Donald Trump’s Florida mansion, court records show. Details from a warrant that has now been unsealed, show some items related to defence information. The warrant said the probe involves alleged violations of the Espionage Act. Among
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Seth Rogen has spoken out about his experience as part of the cast of Steven Spielberg’s Toronto Film Festival-bound The Fabelmans. The actor shares in an upcoming edition of The Process that he wrapped his role in the film, loosely based on the iconic filmmaker’s childhood and upbringing, toward the end of last year. “It
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A security feature bypass vulnerability has been uncovered in three signed third-party Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) boot loaders that allow bypass of the UEFI Secure Boot feature. “These vulnerabilities can be exploited by mounting the EFI System Partition and replacing the existing bootloader with the vulnerable one, or modifying a UEFI variable to load
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Look at Tyler Childers getting some much deserved recognition. It feels like it was yesterday when the Eastern Kentuckian rocked our worlds with his 2017 Purgatory album, featuring songs we all still spin to this date, like “Feathered Indians,” “Whitehouse Road,” “Lady May,” “Universal Sound,” “I Swear (To God),” and hell, the whole track list. The number
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