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Report for America wants to place (and help pay for) young reporters in local newsrooms that need them

Being a local news reporter should be something that young people want to do — and it’s okay if they don’t want to do it forever: That’s the idea behind Report for America, a program that launched this week that aims to put “emerging journalists” into local newsrooms for a year of service. Report for...

5 must-see Chicago concerts this week: Kami, Open Mike Eagle, Animal Collective

Check out local hip-hop artists, a musical reunion and pop punk sounds this week. Friday, Sept. 22 Kami, Kweku Collins, Trapo, Valee Chop Shop 2033 W. North Ave. 773-537-4440 Some of the best up-and-comers in Midwest hip-hop hit the stage at this show curated by local promoters 1833. Kami—half...

Fort Bragg's Wounded Warriors Compete in Warrior Games Trials

This week, 11 of Fort Bragg's wounded warriors and veterans are competing in the local Warrior Games trials.

The 27 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: September 18-24, 2017

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The Stranger’s arts critics recommend the best local events. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Our music critics have already chosen the 28 best concerts this week, but now it's our arts critics' turn to pick the best events in their areas of expertise. Show More Summary

The 28 Best Concerts in Seattle This Week: September 18-24, 2017

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The Stranger’s music critics’ picks for this week. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Enjoy the last gasps of summer by taking a stroll around town to these great local shows happening this week. Our music critics have picked everythingShow More Summary

Another freaking election in L.A.? Too much Democracy is almost as bad as too little

There’s another election in L.A. in two weeks. Hard to believe, I know. Certain parts of the city, primarily downtown-adjacent neighborhoods, have already had four elections so far this year: two regularly scheduled local elections and two special elections. Oh, and it gets worse. If none of the...

TOP POSTS: This Week’s Most Read Posts On Hypebot

This week, the chart topping and most often read posts from Hypebot covered Spotify's ending of support for Safari and what it means, how local artists can bring in a better crowd, the big news from Apple's Tuesday event, and more! Spotify Ending Support For Apple's Safari Browser - Tech...

ICE: New York courthouse arrests will continue

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Federal immigration officers in New York doubled-down on arresting undocumented immigrants as they make appearances at courthouses this week—a decision that the local district attorney says is an “outrageous” tactic that “sends a chilling effect” and “undermines public...

Penguin Wars - latest trailer, Japanese release date

Penguin Wars is set to release in Japan via the Switch eShop on Sept. 21st. No word on localization at this time, but the Switch is region-free, so feel free to hop over to the Japanese eShop and grab the game next week!

North Korea Fires a Ballistic Missile Over Japan for the Second Time in Three Weeks

In the latest worrying escalation of tensions over North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, Pyongyang fired a ballistic missile over Japan Friday morning (local time). This is the second instance in just over two weeks where North Korea has fired a missile over Japanese airspace and into the Pacific Ocean. Show More Summary

Nordstrom's new concept: A clothing store with no clothes for sale

What about a store with no merchandise? That's the idea Nordstrom announced this week. The chain will be testing the concept at a West Hollywood location, set to open Oct. 3. The store, named Nordstrom Local, will differ in a few ways from the Nordstrom stores most of us are used to visiting. Instead...

Europe - Switch eShop lists Conga Master Party for release this week

Developed by Undercoders, Conga Master sees up to four players each controlling their chosen party-goer in his or her quest to create the most epic conga line ever. Travelling through different nightclub locales during a night to remember, players dance up close and personal to fellow party people to entice them into their conga line. Show More Summary

The 53 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Sept 11-17, 2017

The Stranger’s arts critics recommend the best local events. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Our music critics have already chosen the 20 Best Concerts in Seattle This Week, but now it's our arts critics' turn. Here are their picks for...Show More Summary

Field & Vine Opens Wednesday in Somerville’s Union Square

Get ready for pickled vegetables, fried chicken, and more A local pop-up goes permanent this week in Somerville. Field & Vine opens in the former Journeyman space at 9 Sanborn Ct. on Wednesday, September 13, bringing local fare, pickled...Show More Summary

Golden’s Deli, Butcher Block Close While Lenny Russo Makes a Comeback

Get caught up on this week’s food news Golden’s Deli in St. Paul has called it quits. What had been a breakfast stop adjacent to the farmers market had expanded into nightly service with local music six years ago. Now, the space will reportedly become a Biergarten Germania, with German beer-hall style and furnishings built by Lowertown residents. Show More Summary

People are watching a lot less TV news (especially local TV) as they get more news online

The percentage of people who get their news from TV is falling across all categories, Pew noted this week, as online news consumption increases. And the gap between online and TV news consumption is narrowing. In early 2016, Pew found that 57 percent of Americans were “often” getting news on TV, while 38 percent were...

I Have To Say It Is Great To See NSW Pushing On With Medication Management In The Bush!

This appeared last week:Electronic medication management to be delivered to hospitals in rural NSW by end 2018Replacing paper medication charts, it will roll out to 18 hospitals, spanning all six Local Health Districts by the end ofShow More Summary

Publisher’s Platform: Hepatitis A emergency in San Diego

The current Hepatitis A outbreak in California underscores the need for foodservice workers to be vaccinated against the virus. San Diego’s County Board of Supervisors did the right thing this week in declaring a local health emergency. County Public Health Officer Dr. Wilma Wooten is recommending the vaccination for anyone who handles food, as well as health... Continue Reading

Ohio Reporter Shot Without Warning For Photographing Routine Traffic Stop

In one of the more bizarre stories to hit national news this week, an Ohio sheriff's deputy is under investigation for shooting a local reporter who innocently set up a camera and tripod on a public sidewalk to document a routine traffic stop. Show More Summary

TV6 Guide 9/7

Monday, Sept. 11 7:55 a.m. Susan Tuttle Fitness. Wake up and start your day with Susan Tuttle 8:30 a.m. ThisDay in Laguna Woods Village. Brought to you by Breastlink Laguna Hills. This week’s Board and Committee meetings, a local weather report and much more. 9:30 a.m. Asian Voices. Exciting culture, lifestyle and entertainment. 10 a.m. […]

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