Last week, Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 17074 for PC to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring and Skip Ahead ring. This build came with major updates to Windows localization and Microsoft Edge reading experience, much improved Quiet hours feature, improvements to Shell and Settings, several bug fixes and more. Show More Summary
The coldest inhabited place on Earth is so chilly right now the thermometer broke. In the village of Oymyakon in Siberia, a public thermometer lets tourists and locals see how low the temperatures go. But this week, as temperatures dropped to -79.6 F (-62 C), the thermostat gave up the ghost and went on strike. Show More Summary
The Stranger’s arts critics recommend the best local events. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Our music critics have already chosen the 34 best music shows this week, but now it's our arts critics' turn to pick the best events in their areas of expertise. Show More Summary
Miami Beach's Hank & Harry's Deli, a New York-style delicatessen founded by local restaurateurs Buzzy Sklar and Richard Booth, will bring corned beef and pastrami to the Aventura Mall this week. Opening Friday, January 19, the space is located inside the mall's new Treats Food Hall. Show More Summary
For starters, Women's March Florida observes one year since the landmark Women's March on Washington with Power to the Polls: A Miami Day of Action at Mana Wynwood. If you're looking for live music there are plenty of local shows toShow More Summary
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Pope Francis will not be at risk during his trip to Chile this week, despite a series of attacks at Catholic churches in the capital city of Santiago, Interior Minister Mario Fernandez said on local radio station BioBio on Saturday.
In the budget he released this week, Gov. Jerry Brown called for fully funding the Local Control Funding Formula, his landmark 2013 overhaul of education financing that was designed to direct substantial amounts of extra money to schools with high numbers of low-income students. More money has...
Earlier this week, Apple announced that it was handing over operations of iCloud data services for customers in China to GCBD, who will manage the data in mainland China. The change is in an effort to comply with local laws. While the...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Apple notified users living in China that their data would be moved to a Chinese company's servers in compliance with local laws. There was some confusion, however, as a number of customers who currently live outside of China received the same message.
Activists say authorities in Russia's Chechnya are threatening the family of a prominent rights advocate who was detained earlier this week. Authorities are investigating Oyub Titiyev, chief of the local … Click to Continue »
The demolition of a historic German church to clear the way for the expansion of an open-cast mine this week has outraged locals and environmentalists, as politicians moot giving up their own clean energy targets. Built in large part...Show More Summary
As we settle into the New Year, great artists come to town to start you off the right way. Thursday, Jan. 11 Haley Fohr Art Institute of Chicago 111 S. Michigan Ave. 312-443-3600 Local musician Haley Fohr is probably best known under the moniker Circuit Des Yeux, but for this special performance...
The Stranger’s arts critics recommend the best local events. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Our music critics have already chosen the 30 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
Your weekly tasty event round up in Miami Welcome to Eater Miami’s events roundup, a weekly curated listing of the most unique and must-attend local dining and drinking festivals, classes, dinners, and more. Updated every week, thisShow More Summary
This week, chef Allen Susser hosts Slow Food Miami's snail social, the Rusty Pelican launches Miami Is Not Plastic, and Veza Sur in Wynwood offers a locals' night with discounted brews.
Every week, we spotlight a kill that we just can’t get enough of. This is Kill of the Week. To this day, I still can hardly even believe that I saw Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno at my local theater. At a time when it seemed like every major horror release was of the paranormal/found footage […]
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 shows this week, but now it's our arts critics' turn to pick the best events in their areas of expertise. Show More Summary
Plenty of locals making good this week, as well exciting visiting acts. Thursday, Jan. 4 Ric Wilson, Manwolves Subterranean 2011 W. North Ave. 773-278-6600 Co-headlining a show at Subterranean are two of Chicago’s best up and coming artists who are reinventing the wheel and ushering in a new wave...
High Schooler’s Crush Black Waitresses Spirit With Racist Message In IHOP A group of sh!tty high school kids rocking letterman jackets from a local HS in the Bells area of Texas made headlines this week after leaving the letters “KK...
Some local officials have found a silver lining in a Republican tax law that lavishes benefits on the wealthy while raising local and state taxes in some Democratic-leaning states. The Wall Street Journal reported this week that residents are lining up in places like Cherry Hill, New Jersey to...