Is Smart Tech the New Domestic Battleground? | Life and style

I came into the kitchen recently and saw my husband holding our smart meter with the kind of affectionate attention normally given to a newborn, his phone in his free hand. “You didn’t turn off the heat in your office last night,” he said. I didn’t like his tone. “I …

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From King Richard to Adele: A Complete Guide to This Week’s Entertainment | Culture

Illustration: Lalalimola / The Guardian Go out: movie theater King RichardOut nowThis biopic of Richard Williams, father of Venus and Serena, starring Will Smith, tells the story of a parent / coach who was so dedicated to his job that his daughters would change tennis forever. It’s a much overused …

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Britain’s new rail plan for the north is beyond satire

The author is the Political and Social Editor for the Manchester Evening News There is a consequence of Yes, minister for pretty much any political contingency, and the UK government’s Integrated Rail Plan announced this week is no exception. “I have great news for you. . . I have been …

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The House is delaying the vote on a comprehensive social spending package and will resume Friday

House Democrats were well on their way Thursday night to approve their $ 1.75 trillion social and climate package, despite Republicans appearing to successfully postpone a final vote to early Friday morning. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Rose for more than four hours to rail against the law and …

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Political will required to help the weak

Today is the first day of awareness raising to prevent adult abuse in this country. While noteworthy, many would argue that Adult Protection Day has come too late. When the first Covid-19 restrictions were introduced last year, domestic violence and child protection services were put into action through public information …

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16 years, 6,000 collages, 1 Montclair artist: Peter Jacobs’ extraordinary ‘Collage Journal’

The Montclair artist Peter Jacobs is working on one of his collages. (courtesy of PETER JACOBS) BY DIEGO JESUS ​​BARTESAGHI [email protected] For more than 16 years, Montclair-based artist and artist Peter Jacobs has used the headlines of the day to create both works of art and pieces of history. Jacobs …

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It is okay to support Israel

On November 15, Duke Student Government President Christina Wang launched an unprecedented veto against the recognition of a new student group, Duke Students Supporting Israel (SSI). The Duke Israel Public Affairs Committee and the Duke Friends of Israel unequivocally support the SSI charter. We believe this veto underscores the institutional …

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Great Christmas gifts from Seattle shops and businesses

Featured items for Christmas and Hanukkah 2021 provided by Seattle stores and businesses. Sponsored products supplied by the stores or companies listed. Show subtitles David Morgan Hummingbird Necklace A flying hummingbird is a sight to behold – but it never pauses long enough to really admire it. Not so with …

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Quirky Texas Stories – OutSmart Magazine

William Jack Sibley The latest novel by fifth generation Texas rancher William Jack Sibley, published in September, is the story of an epic queer love triangle – a woman in love with a man, in love with another man, in love with the Woman is in love. And there is …

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The journalist Rong Xiaoqing speaks about the change in the Chinese diaspora identities

On October 15, 2021, journalist Rong Xiaoqing, a reporter from Chant Tao daily and author of The New York TimesThe weekly newsletter, Overseas Chinese Journal, covered the changing relationship between the US and China, the impact these developments have had on the Chinese diaspora community, and the challenges of being …

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