Heat is the story over the next 7 days. We'll go from very hot to extremely hot over the weekend. The Excessive Heat Watch for Friday-Monday has been converted to a Warning. The peak numbers we're looking at happen less than one day per year on average. #azwx #cawx pic.twitter.com/mVNom6zkrF … [Read more...] about A rare heat wave event is forecast this weekend, the National Weather Service says
"I do think there's a value to being able to connect with friends who are watching similar programs or want to watch with you. On our road map down the line, probably several months after launch, we have plans to start integrating that into the platform," Greenblatt said. "We won't have it on day one because there's so many other things to get finished by the time we launched this thing. But we do think that's an important aspect, and now more than ever." … [Read more...] about Streaming services are missing this feature if they want to dominate the pandemic era
EasyJet takes to the skies today for the first time since March 30 with flights back at GatwickEasyJet took to the skies again today for the first time since its planes were grounded on March 30 - with passengers facing a raft of new coronavirus safety measures including mandatory face masks and an alcohol ban. … [Read more...] about So much for the new rules! TfL hands out 30,000 free masks as one in five bus and Tube passengers try to ride without face-covering risking a £100 fine today
NEW DELHI: Soon, you might be able to enjoy dining in the open as the use of terraces and lawns as a service area for licensed eating houses has been incorporated in a new policy drafted by South Delhi Municipal Corporation. In the letter to the standing committee, SDMC commissioner Gyanesh Bharti said that he had received a representation from National Restaurant Association of India requesting that serving food in open areas and terraces adjacent to eating houses be allowed.“There is a demand for such eating places in line with many foreign countries. A similar policy is already in place in Mumbai. Accordingly, it is proposed that servicing of food should be allowed in open spaces and terraces,” Bharti’s letter stated.While serving liquor would be permitted at licensed terraces, the policy stated that view cutters and high parapet grilles would have to be used to minimise inconvenience to others. The draft policy stated, “Drinking on the terrace should not be … [Read more...] about South Delhi Municipal Corporation paves way for dining out on terrace
Deal or no deal? Brexit options boiled down Bespoke deal: Swiss model Under the Swiss model, the UK would have single market access for goods and services while retaining most aspects of national sovereignty. Switzerland, unlike other members of the European Free Trade Area (EFTA), did not join the European Economic Area (EEA) and was not automatically obliged to adopt freedom of movement. Under a bilateral deal, it agreed to do so but is still dragging its feet. … [Read more...] about Brexit: EU accuses UK of trying to maintain economic benefits amid coronavirus recession
Late adopters of streaming services in the United States, Argentina or Turkey, could have received a three-month free trial from Spotify through June 30 -- not a bad deal during a recession. As of July 1, the offer changed to a 30-day trial period in each country, and was the same in some Eastern European and Asian countries. Regardless of location, a first-time subscriber -- not a current or past subscriber -- gets a freebie before deciding to pay a monthly fee of $9.99 in the U.S., $1.95 in Argentina or $2.63 in Turkey. … [Read more...] about Dog Days of Discounts: Will Free Trials Help Streaming Services During a Pandemic?