“It felt very powerful to be able to speak, because I’ve been silent for so long.” Most states have loopholes that make it more difficult to prosecute marital rape. This woman is fighting to change that. [Read the story] Business and labor leaders have warned that if the delays persist, they could lead to the cancellation of contracts and to widespread layoffs.
Alexa is pretty proficient at telling you the weather. You can ask for tomorrow's forecast, whether it's going to rain today or what the current temperature is -- pretty standard stuff. If you want to go more in-depth with weather information, Big Sky is a major upgrade over the built-in weather feature. Given this, the bright, popping red of the superhero costume in “Shazam!” is an early warning sign, as obvious as a matador’s cape, that the dreary and crepuscular have given way to something less self-serious and end-of-the-world grim. It’s a nice change of pace for a big-screen mega-comic, if not a revolutionary shift. There are still a lot of brand shilling and the usual tediously overextended fights, ka-pow and ka-boom. But these are delivered via Shazam, a charmingly breezy avenger in tights once known as Captain Marvel, a.k.a. the World’s Mightiest Mortal, or as I thought of him going in: Who?Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
(Of the final budget, they would only say it came in somewhere between the million and 0 million.)
At SDC 2019, Samsung showed off two different ways its Infinity Flex Display could fold. The left one is the Galaxy Fold. The one on the right is a mockup of an unannounced phone that folds into a small square. So what future for Europe after Draghi? The continent is doing OK right now, to an important extent thanks to Draghi’s actions. But there are no reserves of strength, no ammunition to fire, to deal with anything bad. And bad things happen.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Log InMight that fast-forwarding account for why her new “Bartok Ballet” feels both overstuffed and undercooked? Its plentiful virtues are characteristic, starting with a wonderfully multidimensional use of stage space. In this ensemble piece, two dancers might oscillate in and out of a relationship intermittently identifiable as a duet, while someone else, way in the rear, lies on her back, raising a bent leg, and yet another dancer peeks out from a forward wing. [Want to get New York Today by email? Here's the sign-up.]