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Interview: 'Halt And Catch Fire' Creators Embrace The '90s In Season Four

"This has always been a show about people kind of creating the future, trying to bet it and see what it'll become, and what it'll look like when those people have to live in the future they created," Rogers says. "Is this the world they'd hoped for?" [ more › ]

Three Arrests Made At Anti-Immigration Rally, Counter-Demonstration In Laguna Beach

Authorities say that, at one point, the scene at Main Beach saw up to 2,500 people. [ more › ]

Brownsville could be ripe for density boost, boro prez says

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is calling on the city to consider boosting housing density along a 1.5 mile elevated stretch of the 3 train line in Brownsville. The idea could eventually... To view the full story, click the title link.

Bay Area Rallies, Raises Funds In Protest Of Planned Alt-Right Event

People rallied in SF and Mountain View on Saturday against racism, and a local lawyers' group has raised over $80,000 for the Southern Poverty Law Center's anti-hate work. [ more › ]

The Chicken Shack Debuts in Spring Valley

“Damn hot” sauce no longer just for Henderson The Chicken Shack Address: 4950 S. Rainbow Blvd, # 130 Phone: 725-889-1060 Status: Open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m and closed at 8 p.m on Sunday. The very casual, but very popular home of fingers, wings and fries has expanded again and it’s now open in Spring Valley. Show More Summary

What’s Going On At Skinny Rita’s?

Apparently, the eatery is rebranding Skinny Rita’s Grille has shuttered suddenly under murky circumstances, and everyone has questions. The South American eatery, which always aimed to be a healthier, vegetarian-friendly alternative to the traditional Tex-Mex that dominates the Houston dining scene, shut down its original location at 4002 N. Show More Summary

Angelenos flood Griffith Observatory for a glimpse of solar eclipse

As the moon slid over the bright orange sun, Southern Californians excitedly flocked to the Griffith Observatory Monday to view the solar eclipse.

Protesters Target Central Park Statue Of Gynecologist Who Experimented On Slaves

The movement to topple Confederate memorials and other monuments to racists continues to grow across New York, and some activists are now setting their sights on a Central Park statue in tribute to a gynecologist known for experimenting on enslaved black women without anesthesia or consent. [ more › ]

10 Facts You May Not Know About Capitol Hill

Learn more about the area L'Enfant proclaimed "a pedestal waiting for a monument." [ more › ]

Delta jets clip two planes and a truck in 24 hours at JFK

Delta Air Lines Inc. planes were involved in three wingtip collisions in separate accidents over two days on the ground at New York’s John F. Kennedy airport, injuring one man. The National... To view the full story, click the title link.

Rumor Control: #RHOA Nene Leakes & Carlos King Officially Squash “Beef”… (VIDEO)

Nene Leakes of The Real Housewives of Atlanta blew a few kisses to her haters during her weekly ‘sip & shop’ at Swagg Boutique this past weekend. Attendees included her newly forgiven “friend” Marlo Hampton and former RHOA executive producer Carlos King. Show More Summary

Shake Shack Courts Columbia University With New ShackBurger Outpost

The site of Columbia University staple Ollie's Noodle Shop, which was nearly destroyed in a fire back in 2015, is now home to the city's latest Shake Shack. Opening Wednesday at Broadway and 116th Street, the new Shack is practically a part of Columbia's and Barnard's campuses, lucky students. Show More Summary

Watch These North Bay Firefighters Save A Kitten From Certain Doom Inside Car Engine

The owner of the car agreed to let firefighters tear it apart to free the cat. [ more › ]

14 Of Our Favorite Events In Chicago This Week

The moon covers the sun, and other fun things going on this week. [ more › ]

Plans underway to make Gregg Allman’s Macon burial site a ‘family plot’

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene When Gregg Allman was buried on the first sun-soaked Saturday of June, fans filled Rose Hill Cemetery in Macon to get a glimpse of the freshly churned gravesite,...

If Frisco Wants to Get Rid of a Bunch of Statues Nationwide, What About This PIONEER MONUMENT in Civic Center – Meeting Today

TweetHere it is, at its newish perch on Fulton. Note its placement right next to City Hall, the highest classical dome in the Western Hemisphere. Laying down a Jesus Trip in 1894: And here’s the plaque installed in 1995 what was supposed to Fix Everything. Note how it ends on an optimistic note: IDK, man. […]

SF's Aquatic Park Gets New York Times Praise From Swimming Folk Icon

Is it really one of the best places to swim in the world, though? [ more › ]

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