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Orpheus Brewing Transmigration of Souls Hops into Cans

Whether you’re feeling drafty or ready to pop your top, Atlanta-based Orpheus Brewing has a Transmigration of Souls for you. The artisanal brewery’s newest release is available this week in cans at local retailers and package stores as well as on draft at our city’s best bars and restaurants through August. Show More Summary

Premier League schedule 2015: Time, TV coverage and how to watch Week 28 online

Premier League football is back to help you through the week. There is some bonus fun in the Premier League this week, with the action returning with a local derby on Tuesday. Tim Sherwood's struggling Aston Villa take on their cross-Midlands...Show More Summary

How to Fix that "General Backlog" ?

This week I spent a bit of time in the collections storage of a local museum. It doesn't matter which one, because I know I can find the same issues expressed in this discouraging sign almost anywhere; and particularly in local history museums here in the United States. Show More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: City Living

No matter what country you’re in, nothing can top the energy of a big city. This week, we’ve covered urban locales from every angle, highlighting great hotels, picking out destination-worthy cultural activities and celebrations, and giving you advice on how to make the most of your trip. Show More Summary

Capcom responds to Resident Evil: Revelations 2's lack of local co-op on PC

Capcom released the first episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2 this week across multiple platforms, although those who purchased the PC version are up in arms over the lack of local co-op support even though the company had promoted the feature leading up to its release. Show More Summary

It’s winter in New York and spring in the Bay Area

This week my local dining forays were interrupted by a chilly two-night visit to New York, where I checked out Jeremiah Tower’s new menu at Tavern on the Green. I generally only write about local dishes, but I was so impressed with the crudites plate chef Brad Farmerie made during a dinner at Public  in […]

Liquidity backdrop for markets still favourable

The MSCI World index of developed equity markets this week reached a new record in US dollar terms. The local currency version of the index had surpassed its previous high in early February. The continued strength of equity markets is...Show More Summary

UberX rides are free in Seoul for a week, but to what end?

Uber has turned off fares this week for its UberX rides in the South Korean capital of Seoul, where the local government has been looking to ban the ride-sharing service since last July. The offer allows passengers to take 30 rides costing up to $27 (KRW 30,000) for free by March 3. Show More Summary

Erykah Badu Made It Onto Yet Another Local Dallas Newscast

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport grounded flights this week due to an impending storm, leaving locals stranded—including Erykah Badu, who calls Dallas home. CBS-DFW 11 happened to be in her terminal, and wondered what we all were: what does this musical god think when dealing with something so banal? "It's hard out here," she answered, "for a pimp." Say word. Read more...

Local Solutions: This Week in Daily Giving

Two years ago, The Pollination Project started a daily giving practice, making daily $1000 grants to social change visionaries around the world. Since we started, 50 individuals and families have joined us, each giving $1 or more a day to support grantees in 55 countries. Show More Summary

Woman And Child Murdered, Bodies Found Inside Burned Car

A Woman, 22 year old Asia Larose Brown and her 2 year old son were found murdered inside a burned car in Greensboro, North Carolina this week. Local police responded to a call at 3:30 pm upon reports of the two dead bodies being found on Thurston Avenue in Southern Greensboro. Show More Summary

Texas Sportscaster Slams Racist Students In Refreshingly Honest Speech 

Share this on Facebook? After local students held up incredibly racist signs at a basketball game in Dallas this week, WFAA-sportscaster Dale Hanson took to the air to blast the Farmers Branch teens and community for the behavior. His...Show More Summary

Kia Australia Waiting On Government Policy Before Pushing EVs, Hybrids

Kia is holding back on building a case for hybrid and electric vehicles in Australia until government gets on board, the brand's local product boss Jeff Shafer told TMR this week. With the exception of the now-defunct Green Car Innovation...Show More Summary

Oklahoma lawmakers advance bill punishing employees who issue same-sex marriage licenses

last weekNews : The Raw Story

An Oklahoma bill to punish any local or state employee who issues marriage licenses to same-sex couples will be heading to a vote in the state House of Representatives after a committee approved the legislation this week. The bill is one of several in the Republican-dominated statehouse to impose...

Two homes in Trousdale Estates top week's sales in L.A.

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

A pair of homes in the 90210 ZIP Code and a Pasadena Revival designed by a noted local architect were among the top sales in the greater Los Angeles area this past week.

New Hyundai Tucson: Australia’s ix35 SUV Replacement Revealed

Hyundai has pulled the wraps from its new Tucson SUV this week, revealed in Korea ahead of a Geneva Motor Show debut early next month. The Tucson badge will be familiar to local buyers as the ix35’s predecessor, and Hyundai has confirmed that all markets will again use the Tucson name when this new model hits showrooms. Show More Summary

Alfa Romeo dealers to go standalone

2 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Alfa Romeo will seek to become a standalone brand in Australia as it starts a new chapter in its 105-year history. Speaking with CarAdvice at the local launch of the Alfa Romeo 4C in Melbourne this week, recently appointed boss of Fiat Chrysler Australia Pat Dougherty discussed the company’s plans to restructure the current dealer [...]

“Scum” at the Dickson shops… really?

2 weeks agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

In recent weeks there has been lots of community discussion about people busking, begging and generally loitering at the Dickson shops. Last week I was listening to a local radio station, and during this particular segment listeners called in to complain about being pestered by the local ‘riff-raff’. Listeners complained of being harassed and even assaulted on their way to [...]

Judge To Ex-Gays: Sorry, But Your Conversion Clinics Are A Bunch Of B.S.

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Advocates for conversion therapy just had their asses handed to them by a local judge in New Jersey. Judge Peter Bariso Jr. of the Hudson County Superior Court ruled this week that likening homosexuality to a “mental illness, disease, disorder, or equivalent thereof” and suggesting it’s curable is fraud. The ruling came after the Southern Poverty Law Center […]

Gay rights advocates in Alabama sue for right to marriage licenses

3 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

A U.S. judge in Alabama said on Tuesday she will hear arguments later this week on whether to force a local judge to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, a day after officials in most of the state refused to do so in defiance of the U.S. Show More Summary

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