I usually end these forecast by saying that I hope I’m wrong and things turn out better for San Diego homeowners that I’m forecasting. Yet the series spends little time exploring the changes to San Francisco. San Francisco doesn’t always send its very best, but it’s lovely to be reminded of why I, like so many others, moved here as a young gay person decades ago to find love, community and a life of my own. Old faces, young faces, weird faces. And in Netflix’s new Tales of the City series, which premiered June 7, she comes back to her old West Coast home to reconnect with those she left behind — ex-husband Brian (Paul Gross returning to the role); resentful daughter Shawna (Ellen Page); old friends; and gracious landlady Anna Madrigal, who gave her that apartment at 28 Barbary Lane. One of the best lines in Armistead Maupin’s original Tales of the City book comes when naive San Francisco newcomer Mary Ann Singleton wonders if she should ditch her new life to go home to Cleveland. It can feel a bit fanciful at times — there are no tech bros to be found — but a cynical view of the city would only be a betrayal of Maupin’s most important character, San Francisco itself.
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There are various characteristics of a good network. The first task involves assessing the existing network. The marvelous Olympia Dukakis is also back as Anna Madrigal, the transgender landlady who first took in Mary Ann years ago and has welcomed a crowd of gay, straight and transgender tenants since then. Importantly, we also get a needed look at a generational divide that mirrors a real one in the LGBTQ community between older members who first battled in the streets for equality and suffered through the worst of the AIDS crisis and younger members arguing to broaden that tolerance for others who are still fighting to be recognized. But at a time where the very lives of transgender people are being taken on the streets and even seemingly safe marriage equality feels like it could be snatched away with another Supreme Court replacement, I’ll gladly spend some time in this comforting world.
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Fans of Maupin’s books and the previous three Tales series may bristle — one critical plot change about Shawna feels contrived — but I urge them to put aside any misgivings. The new Tales feels less groundbreaking than the original six-episode 1993 series, but 26 years later that’s to be expected. It’s a good month for Netflix original series: Grace and Frankie will be back with their fifth season, dropping Jan. 18. Or you can catch the second season of Friends From College, even though I don’t think anyone was really asking for a second season. And last but not least is The Incredibles 2, dropping Jan. 30, which is a pretty incredible film. New episodes of Fox’s animated block are headed to Hulu starting Jan. 8. That’s when the midseason premieres of “Bob’s Burgers,” “Family Guy” and “The Simpsons” arrive to the streaming service. The midseason premieres of “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med” and “Chicago P.D.” show up in the month of January. Decades later, he decided to get the rock checked out after reading stories about a fireball of a meteorite that broke up over the Midwest in January.
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An examination found that the rock is an iron-nickel meteorite composed of mostly iron with 12 percent nickel. It’s the sixth largest meteorite found in Michigan, according to the university. This is where geologist Mona Sirbescu of Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant enters the story. Campbell Brown, vice president of global news partnerships, and Mona Sarantakos, a product manager for Facebook News, said in a blog post. Facebook will display news from its local news section “Today In” in the coming months as well. Facebook also used to display “trending” topics on its site but the company scrapped the controversial section in 2018 after four years. Previously we had tested the Sync system in the Ford Focus and had to rely on a minimal radio display for information on our connected devices, but the navigation system’s LCD in the Sable formed the basis for a more usable interface. The previous generation of Mariner/Escapes had a tiny navigation screen and a navigation system running off of CDs. It was interesting to see how many of these newer films use green screen and claim to have higher budgets and more shooting days at a time when the porn films are easily torrented. Facebook News users can also hide publishers, articles or topics they don’t want to see. Users will also see personalized news articles based on their interests and articles from their paid news subscriptions.
For most of us, sacrificing some privacy in order to enjoy the fruits of the internet is unavoidable, but unless we see larger action toward regulating these sorts of data privacy concerns, we’ll need to get much, much better at drawing lines for ourselves. But now, FaceApp is going viral once more, with millions of people downloading it in order to participate in an internet craze. You can see who you’re following (“My Friends”), who is following you (“Added Me”) and you can find other people to follow (“Add Friends”). And finally, at the bottom right you’ll see an arrow. Take an image, then swipe left or right while on the camera screen and you’ll see a filter slide over across it. You could spend hours trying to decode the mysteries of Snapchat’s communication screen. Even if you take FaceApp at its word that it’s not uploading all of your photos, the company still says troubling things, like promising that it deletes most — but not all — user images after 48 hours. She’s 90 now and still a loving, calm presence. So let me repeat the question I asked this morning: Why are we still using this app? But the Milan isn’t the dynamic equal of some of its rivals, particularly the entrenched Honda Accord and newer Mazda 6, despite using the same basic platform of the latter, thanks to Ford Motor Company’s stake in Mazda.