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Urban Decay Is Launching a Face Oil So You Can Glow on New Year's Eve - and Beyond!

Between battling Winter winds and imbibing in a second (or third) mug of mulled wine, Winter is a notoriously rough season for skin care. So, what do you do if you want your New Year's Eve skin to glow as much as your glitter eye shadow does? Urban Decay might have the answer. Enter Drop Shot Mix-In Facial Oil ($34). Show More Summary

Artist Turns Horror Icons into Snowmen You’ll Want to Build for Yourself

The weather outside is about to get frightening. Halloween is officially over, which means that the frigid winds of Winter will soon be upon us. Believe it or not, we’re already just two weeks away from Thanksgiving, and Christmas will be here in just over a month. I guess time flies when you’re waiting for […]

Winter Warmers: Indoor Hobbies To Try This Winter

  With fall now in full flow, it feels like the whisper of winter is beginning to be felt on the wind. Before you know it, we’ll be plunged into a world of (what feels like) eternal darkness, not wanting to venture outside of the house for fear of chilling ourselves to the bone. While […]

Can Seattle Bikeshares Survive Winter?

4 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

"If enough people make fixing fallen or sidewalk-blocking bikes part of their regular habits, then the system will work much better for everyone." by Katie Herzog Casualties of the wind. KH After the failure of Pronto, a municipal bikeshare system that cost the taxpayers $1.4 million, three privately owned startups have taken its place. Show More Summary

Movie: Wind River

Set on a Native American Reservation in Wyoming in winter, this is a harsh country. A hunter finds the body of a young girl splayed out in the snow, miles from anywhere. She dies from natural causes, but she has … Continue reading ?

‘Dice was really loaded’ for wildfires exploding in California, experts say

A cascade of extreme weather events fed Northern California’s wildfires that exploded Sunday: Unusually high winds blew flames through unusually dense and dry vegetation, which sprung up following last winter’s … Click to Continue »

This winter, millions more homes in northern China will be heated with gas not coal

2 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

XIAOZHANGWAN (Reuters) - As freezing winds whip across northern China this winter, Yao Guanghui is happy he'll have one less chore to do: feeding the coal furnace that has long heated his small house on the outskirts of Beijing. [ more › ]

China's northern cities face soot-free winter with gas revolution

XIAOZHANGWAN, China (Reuters) - As freezing winds whip across northern China this winter, Yao Guanghui is happy he'll have one less chore to do: feeding the coal furnace that has long heated his small house on the outskirts of Beiji...

Damien Dubrovnik’s Loke Rahbek and Frederik Valentin (KYO) collaborate on new album for Editions Mego, share first track “Somersaults”

Is it always cold in Copenhagen? I've never been, but if the arctic, alien music of Danish label Posh Isolation is to be believed, it must be hard to avoid frostbite up there. Now with the first frigid winds of winter comes the news that Posh Isolation's founder Loke Rahbek has teamed up with label mainstay Frederik Valentin for a new album, out December 1 on Editions Mego.

Loke Rahbek (Damien Dubrovnik) and Frederik Valentin (KYO) announce collaborative album, offer up new single with their cold, clammy hands

Is it always cold in Copenhagen? I’ve never been, but if the arctic, alien music of Danish label Posh Isolation is to be believed, it must be hard to avoid frostbite up there. Now with the first frigid winds of winter comes the newsShow More Summary

28 Things We Learned From Hillary Clinton’s New Campaign Memoir

We will probably not be getting The Winds of Winter in 2017, but at least we got one tale of political intrigue in bookstores this year: What Happened, Hillary Clinton’s first-person retelling of the 2016 campaign. And while the ending may not be as shocking as any of George R.R. ... More »

Trump’s beachfront Mar-a-Lago Club ordered to evacuate as Hurricane Irma approaches

President Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club — which the president has christened the “Winter White House” — was ordered to evacuate on Friday, along with the rest of ritzy Palm Beach island, as Hurricane Irma's powerful winds and storm surge approach the Florida coast. The evacuation order went in place at 10 a.m. Friday, part of a series […]

It's Two Years Before The Final Season Of "Game Of Thrones." So An Engineer Enlisted Artificial Intelligence To Get There First

3 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Software engineer Zack Thoutt has trained a recurrent neural network (RNN) to predict the events of The Winds of Winter. This machine-learning algorithm is modeled after the human brain—it can quickly analyze text and remember thousands of plot points.

What This Season of 'Game of Thrones' Tells Us About 'Winds of Winter'

3 months agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

There's only one season left of Game of Thrones and it appears that we'll be waiting a long time for it. A VERY long time. Of course, those of us who read the books are used to waiting a long...

Rest Easy, George R.R. Martin, A Computer Program Has Written The Winds Of Winter For You

Looks like George R.R. Martin can take a breather. An engineer set up a neural network using all of the books in the A Song of Ice and Fire series to write part of the next instalment, The Winds of Winter. It may not make a lot of sense -- or any sense, really -- but hell, neither did a lot of that finale. More »      

George R.R. Martin Says He’s Too Busy Writing to Watch Game of Thrones

Up until season 4’s “The Lion and the Rose,” George R.R. Martin took a swing at writing a few episodes of Game of Thrones, though he eventually stepped away to focus on maybe, finally finishing The Winds of Winter. By now, according to an interview with Metro, Martin’s altogether too ... More »

Even George R.R. Martin Is Trolling Himself Over the Winds of Winter Delay

3 months agoNews : NewsFeed

George R.R. Martin may have recently given fans hope that they’ll soon be able to get their hands on the sixth installment in his Song of Ice and Fire series, but even he knows The Winds of Winter has been a long time coming. The author — whose books were adapted into the hit HBO…

Movie Review: Wind River sends Jeremy Renner to a colder stretch of the Sicario frontier

No one with working eyes or exposed extremities would ever confuse Wyoming in the winter for East Texas or the border between the U.S. and Mexico. All the same, the sweltering Southwest battlegrounds of Hell Or High Water and Sicario...Show More Summary

Exclusive: Elizabeth Olsen Is Off To Solve a Murder In New Clip From Wind River

Wind River is the latest movie from Hell or High Water director Taylor Sheridan. Going from the desert heat to a frozen winter, River centers on Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen), a rookie agent with the FBI investigating the death of a local girl from an isolated Native American reservation. To ... More »

Newswire: George R.R. Martin announces another new book that’s not Winds Of Winter

It’s now been six years since George R.R. Martin published A Dance With Dragons, the fifth (but not final) book in his A Song Of Ice And Fire series. In that time, the TV adaptation has become as popular as the source material, which has just doubled the clamoring for Martin to finish Winds Of Winter. Show More Summary

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