Month: October 2023

More than a thousand local high school students got a peak at their potential futures in the aviation field on Wednesday, Oct. 25, during the Los Angeles International Airport’s eighth annual Aviation Career Day. The event, hosted at the airport’s Flight Path Museum and Learning Center, featured representatives from various commercial airlines, the Federal Aviation
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Matthew Perry’s ex-fiancee has paid tribute to the “very talented” and “complicated” actor. Literary manager Molly Hurwitz posted a picture of Perry‘s outline on Instagram, saying: “He would love that the world is talking about how talented he was.” Image: Molly Hurwitz Pic: Uptomyknees Perry died in his Los Angeles home on Saturday aged 54.
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There was no shielding plan early in the pandemic and vulnerable groups were “appallingly neglected” as a “fatalistic” approach took hold in Downing Street, Dominic Cummings has claimed. The former chief aide to Boris Johnson, who described Downing Street as being in “complete chaos”, was asked to what degree decision-makers considered ethnic minority groups, domestic
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Oct 31, 2023NewsroomCyber War / Malware The threat actor known as Arid Viper (aka APT-C-23, Desert Falcon, or TAG-63) has been attributed as behind an Android spyware campaign targeting Arabic-speaking users with a counterfeit dating app designed to harvest data from infected handsets. “Arid Viper’s Android malware has a number of features that enable the
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The Food and Drug Administration is “gathering information” on the national fast-casual chain Panera after a 21-year-old died shortly after drinking the restaurant’s Charged Lemonade. Increased public scrutiny has led Panera to update the drink’s warnings, prominently displaying that the beverage is not for people with caffeine sensitivities. But while the company says the Charged
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Leading up to the Grammy nominations on Nov. 10, Rolling Stone is breaking down 16 different categories. For each, we’re predicting the nominees, as well as who will (and who should) win on Grammy night.  Americana is a wide-open category, partly because it’s hard to define. “I always look at half of the folk category
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There’s a fine line for what the Recording Academy considers eligible for Best Contemporary Christian Album at the Grammys. In the case of drag-queen Christian singer Flamy Grant, that line was drawn over several curse words. Grant, whose offstage name is Matthew Blake and uses they/them pronouns when not performing as Grant, gained prominence over
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Silent Waters in St James, Jamaica Accommodates: 16+ guestsStarting at: $6,501/night Escape to this Jamaica getaway, nestled cozily in the hills of St James. This property is equipped with a private chef that specialzes in local Caribbean and Jamaican cuisines — perfect for allowing your group, whether it be a wedding, family reunion, bachelorette or
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Jessica Pryde is a member of that (some might call) rare breed that grew up in Washington, DC, but is happily enjoying the warmer weather of the desert Southwest. While she is still working on what she wants to be when she grows up, she’s enjoying dabbling in librarianship and writing all the things. She
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