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The group blew vuvuzela horns, handed out leaflets, and covered the gallery’s new sign with a banner reading: “Who keeps the cube white?”, forcing the media to access the new £4.5m building via a back entrance. According to one of the protesters, the Justice for Cleaners campaign is looking to put pressure on the university not to renew its contract with the cleaning company ISS when it expires next month. Instead, they are urging the university to bring the employment of the cleaning staff inhouse. Unfazed by the protests, and speaking inside the new spaces, the head of Goldsmiths’s art department Richard Noble, said this was “fairly typical for Goldsmiths” and that the protesters would not be disrupted. The university has reputation for a loud and political student body, with a healthy history of protest. “This is the context in which the gallery has been created,” Noble added. The New York-based artist Mika Rottenberg, whose exhibition inaugurates the space, has also lent her voice to the campaign with a statement of support , “especially given that my work deals in parts with hidden labour”. A spokesperson for Goldsmiths, University of London says: “Goldsmiths respects the right to peaceful protest and acknowledges the concerns expressed by some students and staff about the terms and conditions of cleaning staff. We are currently involved in discussions with cleaners and their recognised trade union UNISON. Our cleaning contracts are due for renewal this autumn and one of the options we’re looking at is taking this important work in-house.” The protests are due to continue tomorrow during the private view, and the gallery opens to the public on 8 September.
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5 to 7, The New Yorker Festival, now in its 19th year, will bring some of these voices to venues around New York City. Political figures feature prominently in this year’s lineup, which includes Stephen K. Bannon, President Trump’s former chief strategist, who will be interviewed by the magazine’s editor, David Remnick, a frequent critic of the administration. “I have every intention of asking him difficult questions and engaging in a serious and even combative conversation,” Mr. Remnick said in a phone interview. “The audience itself, by its presence, puts a certain pressure on a conversation that an interview alone doesn’t do,” he added. “You can’t jump on and off the record.” David Hogg, a student who survived the shooting in Parkland, Fla., this year and has since become a leading critic of gun policies, will take part in a conversation about activism with Harry Belafonte and the police-reform advocate Brittany Packnett. The New Yorker’s journalists will also interview the actors Jim Carrey, Emily Blunt and Maggie Gyllenhaal and other cultural heavyweights, including the writers Haruki Murakami and Zadie Smith. Janet Mock, the writer and transgender-rights activist, will be interviewed by the theater critic Hilton Als. Other guests include the actor John Krasinski, the former Deputy Attorney General Sally Q.
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The newspaper’s owner, Block Communications, said the change will drive the Post-Gazette to focus on digital storytelling, but money is the biggest factor behind the move. Block says the future is coming fast because few people under 40 read print papers. But that’s okay. “Digital is better. We can deliver the conventional newspaper, pages and sections, broadsheet newspaper to an iPad. We can do it very well with the software we’ve developed,” Allan Block, chairman of Block Communications, said. Post-Gazette subscribers recently got this letter in the mail, advising them of no more print editions on Saturdays and Tuesdays. Of course, with the rising cost of newsprint, the Post-Gazette will save money by going digital. But will those savings costs be passed along to readers?
Loverro, a retired Air Force officer and the former executive director of its Space and Missile Systems Center in El Segundo. Loverro said in an interview that a dedicated corps of space experts would be necessary to ensure a space force could fulfill its mission. The Air Force focus on conventional air combat prevents it from “building the best space war fighters — the ones who can conceive of, imagine, prepare for, and think doctrinally, operationally and technically about space,” Loverro told an industry conference in April. “But those are precisely the people we need today.” The space corps never got off the ground. The Air Force lobbied to kill it. Defense Secretary James N. Mattis took the unusual step of sending a letter to Congress voicing his objections. “At a time when we are trying to integrate the Department’s joint warfighting functions, I do not wish to add a separate service that would likely present a narrower and even parochial approach to space operations,” Mattis wrote. Even the Trump White House called the idea “premature at this time” in a July 2017 statement. That was enough to kill the plan in the Senate, though Rogers got other lawmakers to agree to order the Pentagon to study the idea and issue a report on its findings. Last December, Rogers said, he arranged for an intermediary to give Trump information his subcommittee had collected about Russian and Chinese development of anti-satellite weapons, as well as about the Air Force effort to kill a separate military service.
Not in Los Angeles, not in any other city.… To continue to allow the sale of fur is to condone violence,” said Brian Ruppenkamp, a member of Los Angeles Animal Save. Under the proposal from Councilmen Bob Blumenfield and Paul Koretz, Los Angeles would prohibit businesses from selling fur products, including clothing, hats, handbags or key chains trimmed with real fur, unless they were selling used goods. Manufacturing fur products would also be forbidden. More than a dozen people showed up Wednesday to urge the city to move forward with the ban, saying that L.A. needed to take a stand against cruelty. At one point, Marc Ching of the group Animal Hope in Legislation played a brief video, which he said showed a live fox at a fur farm in China screaming in pain as its fur was being pulled off. “This is an industry that’s based on the abuse and suffering of animals for very trivial ends,” said Veronica Rafkind, who handles public policy for the group. Koretz, who was the sole councilman at the committee meeting, asked city staffers to come back with more information before the panel votes in a few weeks. If a law is ultimately passed, Los Angeles would be following West Hollywood , Berkeley and San Francisco , which have imposed similar rules. No one from fur companies spoke at the meeting. In the past, representatives of the fur industry have sharply disputed claims about animal mistreatment made by activists, saying that the industry is highly regulated and that some gruesome footage has been staged.
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News n00bs: The quest for new audiences has taken The Washington Post to the streaming platform Twitch “It’s like a version of C-SPAN for a younger audience.” By Marlee Baldridge July 17, 2018, 9:39 a.m. Twitch : It’s not just for Fortnite battle royales anymore. The Washington Post tried out broadcasting on the streaming platform best known for gaming yesterday with content related to politics — which is its own battle royale, really. The Post’s plans for the platform include “postgame” coverage of major news events hosted by political reporter Libby Casey and a series called Playing Games with Politicians, in which political reporter Dave Weigel will interview politicians while playing video games. On Monday, the Post streamed coverage of Donald Trump’s meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin. Twitch — which is owned by Amazon, whose CEO Jeff Bezos owns The Washington Post — can be thought of as a cross between YouTube and a Reddit AMA. Accounts host live video feeds of content (usually video games) and viewers speak to each other in a chat feature. (If anyone’s actually watching .) It has 15 million daily active users and over 2.2 million broadcasters; 81.5 percent of users are male, and 55 percent are between the ages of 18 and 34 — in other words, a hard-to-reach demographic for political news. Video game journalists frequently use Twitch to review games or cover conferences like E3, but political coverage is less common. The Post has experimented with Twitch before. “Our first streaming experiment on Twitch was for Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony on Capitol Hill ,” Phoebe Connelly , the Post’s deputy digital director, said in a press release , “and the real-time conversations and engagement showed us there was interest in news and analysis on the service.”
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The violence rapidly escalated and the country descended into a civil war that has left more than 350,000 people dead and displaced 11 million others. What led to the rebels surrendering in Deraa? South-western Syria had been relatively calm in the past year because of a “de-escalation” agreement brokered by the US and Jordan, which support the opposition, and Russia, a staunch ally of the government. Image caption The Russian military negotiated the ceasefire with rebel commanders in Deraa province But Mr Assad set his sights on regaining full control of the region after defeating rebels in the Eastern Ghouta, outside the capital Damascus, in April. Troops and allied militiamen, backed by Russian warplanes, advanced swiftly after launching an offensive just over three weeks ago. Intense air, artillery and rocket strikes weakened the rebels, who were informed by the US that it would not intervene militarily on their behalf, and prompted more than 300,000 civilians to flee their homes and head towards Jordan and the Golan. When the Jordanian and Israeli government refused to open their borders, the UN warned of a humanitarian crisis. It said living conditions at the makeshift camps for the displaced were dire, with many people lacking adequate shelter and regular access to clean drinking water and healthcare. Dozens of rebel-held towns and villages agreed localised truces before the main rebel factions opened negotiations with Russian mediators on a wider deal.
Tesla drops reservation system, opens Model 3 orders to anybody Electrek, the fanboy-flavored Tesla news site, reported Monday that Tesla is abandoning its Model 3 order reservation system. Now, anyone can access the Tesla Model 3 “online configurator” and lay down a $2,500 cash payment that becomes nonrefundable as soon as Tesla assigns the buyer a car. The delivery date is determined after the money’s been transferred to Tesla. Customers who already have paid $1,000 and ordered a car will have that amount folded into the purchase price, along with the $2,500 deposit. Tesla verified Electrek’s report. The move will attract much-needed cash to the company. Tesla currently lacks the financing required to fund ambitious product plans that include a semi truck, a pickup truck and a crossover SUV. New rounds of debt or equity investment will be needed for that, analysts agree. Meanwhile, Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk has publicly trumpeted his intention for the money-burning company to report positive profits and cash flows in the third and fourth quarters this year. The order deposits will help him get there.
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has officially landed the $3.9-billion contract for the next generation of Air Force One jumbo jets. The contract, announced by the U.S. Air Force on Tuesday, will include detailed design, modification, testing and certification of the two 747-8 jumbo jets. The announcement comes five months after the White House said it reached an “informal deal” with Chicago-based Boeing to pay $3.9 billion for the aircraft. At that time, Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley said Trump’s negotiations saved taxpayers more than $1.4 billion, a claim that was repeated in a statement Wednesday from the White House. But an aviation analyst has said the new Air Force One planes were always expected to cost about $4 billion. And Defense Department budget estimates for fiscal year 2019 project that the Air Force One program will cost about $3.95 billion through fiscal year 2023. Trump first criticized the price of the program via Twitter in December 2016 , saying that the planes would cost “more than $4 billion. Cancel order!” Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg then met with Trump and told reporters that they would cost less than $4 billion. The planes are already built.
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